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Exercise Boosts Work Productivity

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  • My boss just started giving us the opportunity to take a 20-minute walk once a day. I'm eagerly looking forward to having the workload decrease to the point where I feel able to take advantage of it!
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  • REDDGEM
    I work at a large plant. My coworkers and I like to walk the floor after lunch, helps fight of the after lunch sleepies.
  • ABLISS3
    I long ago discovered that I cannot pay attention at work if I don't get excercize in the morning. now to help business owners, CEO's and leaders, I created a package to take them for after work walk to strategize to create more revenue or solve business problems while walking: http://www.allisonbliss.com/wordpress/mone
    y-on-the-move-creative-strategy-walks/ - While I see it working, I can't seem to find any serious 'studies' tracking why this works, except your nice report. Can you refer studies on this topic?
  • GETFITCHICK3
    I get out and walk on my morning break. It really does make me more productive & happier!
  • KWESELY
    I get out & walk during my lunch hour around my workplace, but this past week-end their was a triple shooting right along my route, so now I'm scared to go that way again!
  • I believe it. I always exercise on my lunch break at the company gym and it greatly improves my mood and sets my energy for the rest of the day. If I didn't do it on my lunch break, I would be too tired or stressed to do it by the end of the day. I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity! I work for a hospital and every one of our hospitals have fitness facilities on site.
  • isn't this why the japanese exercise together in the morning prior to the work day... to build commeraderie and enhance productivity?
  • JATROX
    I think it has to do with the body's releasing stress-relieving hormones after physical activity. I have found that I often feel refreshed after a brisk walk and I use this technique many times at work when I have come across some kind of problem-when I come back from a walk, I find that I can look at the issue from a different angle-it really helps!
  • Yes, remember when we had RECESS and we all went outside to play? Smart idea.
    Great article.

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