All of these sound like awesome exercises, for people with cubicles.
Until we move to our new location (late spring/early summer), our 'desks' are out in the open. We sit at those old, ugly folding tables (you know the ones that look like fake wood grain, and your school, church, or any other organization used for their functions), so any movement we do is obvious.
I am able to work in some work without it being obvious that I'm doing it.
I have set my chair so I when I lean back, my feet do not touch the floor. Then I stretch my legs straight out and hold them for a count of 10-15. I bring them down so it looks like I've got them resting on the wheels of the chair, but I'm holding them up for another count of 10-15. I may wait a minute before doing it again.
Another thing I do on occasion is make it look like I'm sitting on the edge of my chair, when I'm actually using my legs to hold me in that position.
It's not much, but over the course of the day it does add up.
| current weight: 278.0