Office Desk Exercises - Easy and Time-Saving

Most of us working at a desk job remain inactive for nearly 6 to 8 hours a day. The stress of deadlines and sedentary nature of our modern office desk job takes a toll on our health.During long hours of inactivity, our muscles adapt to this ‘inactive’ mode resulting in pain.We thus give you 3 simple office desk trendsThe Standing ‘Figure-4’ Stretch

  • Place your hands on your desk.
  • Right ankleplaced above the kneecap of the left knee. (Forming a “4” position).
  • Keep the chest upright and face the hips forward. Lean back a little while bending the left knee.
  • Place a hand on the inside of the right knee and push gently toward the floor.
  • Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side.
Lateral Lean Stretch
  • Stand upright, clasping your fingers behind your head. Be careful not to strain the neck
  • Keep both feet on the floor; turn your head as if looking at the left elbow
  • Maintain this position and without bending forward lean your body to the right
  • Hold this position for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side
The ‘Six o’clock Fingers’ Stretch
  • Place your hands on the surface of a desk.
  • Rotate your hands to face the fingers to your body (like a “6 o’clock” position).
  • Bend forward, bringing the palms toward the surface of the desk.
  • Now really slowly make an attempt to straighten the arms at the elbow. Lean back, and stretch your forearm muscles.
  • Hold for 30 seconds.