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7/25/13 11:43 P

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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).

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5/14/13 10:41 A

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What office tricks do you use to stay in shape? ....
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Iyanifa Ekundayo
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1/9/13 11:45 P

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I am wondering what ideas everyone had to incorporate fitness in their everyday work routine. I used to sit on a fitness ball at my desk instead of a chair. Great for core stability.

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