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I try to do one minute of exercise each time I get up to use the bathroom. Wall push-ups are my favorite. Wall planks (holding a plank position with abs pulled in) also work well.
This works for me because I work from home and have a bit of privacy, but I would think one could do wall push ups relatively discretely in a stall. Even more discrete would be keels and TA contractions while seated.
If you haven't done your planks lately, get back to it! It makes a difference in your core, which strengthens your back. Side planks work on your obliques. Held side planks recently for 45 sec 2 times each side. WOW! Did I feel the results the next day! Reminder to do these more often!
Having trouble holding a plank38 I take my mind off the length of time I hold one by trying to do it for the duration of a record on the radio and by concentrating on my breathing. So far (this morning) I've managed 4;23 to Robbie William's Feel. I "Feel" 345 It works every time!
I've worked my way up to this time and remember to stretch my abs after. This would work for a modified plank and side planks
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