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Are you sitting too much?

Research shows that the average American sits 10-12 hours a day and the effect of sitting too long are harmful to your health. It’s important to take breaks from your desk as much as possible throughout the day. Smart phones. Tablets. Laptops. Computers. All this technology is changing our posture and harming our health. Your neck bent down. Your shoulders and back rounded. This creates an imbalance of our head, neck and spine.

Besides the obvious, sore neck, shoulders and back pain, poor posture can lead to depression, poor memory, moodiness and even low self-esteem.

How can you combat the technology slouch? There are simple ways to improve your posture at work, at home and at the gym.

Simple stretches you can do to take breaks from sitting at your desk.

  • Back Stretches
  • Forward Bend
  • Leg Stretches
  • Chest Openers
  • Standing Spinal Stretch
  • Side Lateral Stretch
  • Shoulder Stretches
  • Shoulders Shrugs
  • Posterior Shoulder Stretch
Stretch at workplace

Sitting is the new smoking

Simple exercises you can do to take breaks from sitting at your desk.

Sit less, walk more…

  • Take the stairs
  • Take a walk during lunch
  • Yoga in the office
  • Pilates in the office
  • Desk Push-Ups
  • Foam Roll in the Office


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