Keep a balance pad, ankle or wrist weights (if it's safe to do so) at work and move whenever possible. If you have a solid chair, you can pause and do a few chair dips on the arm rests or just stand and stretch once in a while.
Don't be afraid of what people may think. I was worried at first, but now my boss has a balance pad under her desk, and her boss has a peddaling machine under his desk - a healthy frame of mind can be catchy!
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When im scaning magizines and reading articals i often find descriptions of excersizes you can do at home, now instead of fliping the page I try the excersizes out. As long as its something i feel im physicaly able to do i try it befor I move on even if it means i stop and put a book mark on the page till i have time to do it. This alows me to try all sorts of new fitness moves that work my whole body.
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