Here are some simple, basic exercises you can do to squeeze in physical activity and keep fit at work or while standing in line.
We stand in queues for food, to register for events or even at the bank. At work, sometimes we have to stand for hours in instances when we are the chaperon for an event or manning a reception counter.
The next time you’re on your feet for more than a few minutes, try doing fun, strength-training activities that can improve muscle strength and also help you to keep fit.
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If you want to get your heart rate up while you’re standing at work, try out these moves! They are also wonderful desk exercises for those of us who spend a great deal of time sitting at work.
There you have it. Armed with these standing exercises, you'll be able to transform dull standing moments at work or in queues into keep fit opportunities.
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This article was last reviewed on
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