Desk Jockey Core Exercise

Here’s an easy way to incorporate exercise into your busy day and long hours sitting at your desk. Targeting buttocks and legs, this exercise is also key for a strong core and support for your lower back. Sit at the edge of your chair with legs about hip distance apart. Lean slightly forward as you plant your heels firmly on the floor and rise from the chair a few inches. Lower back down with control and open your legs wider apart. Repeat the lean, heel press and rise. Either alternate between these two positions or choose one and repeat several times. Try 20 reps, moving slowly and deliberately without using momentum. Repeat 2 or 3 times if legs and hips feel strong. Front of thighs, buttocks and calves are working as you move and if you feel your lower back getting into the mix, try squeezing your buttocks gently so they work more and your back works less.
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