So far, I've tried the fitness ball. It was too much fun. It also is bit too small, so have to try a different size.
I've got a small pedaler under my desk for any time I start feeling drowsy. I do about 50-100 revolutions as fast as I can and it really gets my heart rate up. Hard to feel drowsy when you're panting.
I also have a hand squeezing device to exercise my hands when I'm not typing.
To work on my core when I'm sitting in a regular chair, I took the armrests off my chair and lean as far over to one side as I can (sometimes touching the floor), then the other. It not only exercises my waist, it pops my back and feels good.
I also used to do chair exercises. Alternate between raising heel then toes back and forth for a half hour. Bun flexes: clench one cheek then the other. (make sure no one is behind you because this looks funny to someone who doesn't know what you are doing).
What office tricks do you use to stay in shape? .... Running after my boss all day long.
Iyanifa Ekundayo South Florida (EST) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Elegua me lleva! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All that you wish to be you are. All that you dream will be made. All that you know is true. All that you are...is love ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I stand with Trump 2016
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