Tone While Your Work!
A large proportion of jobs involve sitting at a desk all day, staring at a computer screen. You can almost feel your fitness slipping away as you type, and you may start to regret that heavy lunch. You might feel as if it’s impossible to be active at work, but there are a few little tricks you can use to subtly tone up at your desk. If you’re feeling fitter, you will be all the more confident to be yourself with sexy London escorts – no need to be intimidated! No more stiff joints, fatigue or aching muscles.
While your sitting in your chair, you can do buttock clenches practically undetected. Place your feet flat on the floor and squeeze the muscles in your bum together. Hold for a few seconds, then release. Make sure your back is straight while you do this exercise. Do these crunches in repetitions of 10, 15 or 20 and you’ll soon have a butt to rival a rugby player!
While in this position, you can also tone your abs. Push your lower back into your chair as you squeeze your abdominal muscles tightly, hold and release. Again, do the sets of repetitions to get you one step closer to that perfect six pack.
To work on your legs, sit in this same position with your feet on the floor, and lift one leg from the knee so that your leg is extended straight. The other should remain where it is. Hold this for a second, then slowly return to your starting position. Then repeat with the opposite leg, doing 10 or 20 on each leg in a set. To tone up your calves you may need to slide forward a bit in your chair, but still keep your back straight. From having your feet flat on the floor, lift one foot onto tiptoes so the heel is in the air but the toe stays on the ground. Squeeze your calf muscles as you do this, hold for a second and release. Repeat in sets of 10 or 20, alternating legs.
This might sound like a lot of hard work, but each of the exercises are simple and not too strenuous; they are a gentle and easy way to keep your body active despite having a constricting job. You can also use your breaks as a chance to break the routine; get up and take a walk, stretch your legs. Try to get some fresh air and give your eyes a break from staring at the computer screen (this can give you headaches).