These moves can be done at your desk without standing-up. They are perfect if you are unable to or work in a shared office where it would be difficult to stand. They offer the maximum benefit with the minimum disruption.
Seated Knee Lifts are a great move to strengthen your quads and hamstrings. Keeping these muscles strong will help keep your knees strong as well.
This is a great move to help strengthen ankles and feet.
Symmetrical Fingers is a great and simple exercise for our fingers which, if we spend all day typing on a keyboard, are very necessary.
The Reverse Prayer gives an amazing stretch across your shoulders and chest.
Stretching your spine in this seated pose helps open up the back, chest, and shoulders while strengthening your core muscles to alleviate lower back pain.
If you have been crouched over a desk, this is a great move for releasing tension in your back and shoulders.
This exercise will strengthen your hip flexor and thighs. With correct seated posture it will also help your abdominal muscles.
The Wrist Stretch is another brilliant Move for those of us that type all day long. It’ll help reduce the risk of damage such as Carpal tunnel syndrome which can be horrible and very difficult to treat.
This Hand and Finger Stretch is brilliant if you spend all day typing. It feels surprisingly nice.