10 easy stretches for people who sit at a computer
If you sit in front of a computer all day, you’re setting yourself up for musculoskeletal imbalances that can become painful and movement-restricting.
Most people lean forward when they use the computer. This is not advisable since it will cause you to round your shoulders forward and hunch your back.
The solution? Discreet stretches that you can do at your desk. If you have any joint, musculoskeletal problems, or pains, consult with your doctor before doing these stretches.
Gerry Morton, CEO of EnergyFirst, suggests these desk friendly stretches:
Do these stretches at least twice a day, more often if you start feeling stiff after sitting for a long time.
Proper posture at the computer is important. Sit with:
More tips on how you can increase flexibility and reduce stiffness and pain can be found by visiting Effective Exercise.Gerry Morton, CEO of EnergyFirst, is an experienced athlete who has competed in 30+ marathons and 4 Ironman triathlons. Gerry is an excellent source of information on nutrition, supplementation and effective exercise. Since 1997, he has been educating and motivating others on how to attain peak performance.
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