I’m always striving to make the best of my time. I wake up for my first clients in the morning and am instantly on the go. Then I “work” on my computer right up until I need to head back to my favorite part my career: training. Going from relatively sedentary to performing box squats and pull-ups require my back and hip to remember what they feel like when not slumped over technology.
This week, Kea helped me with filming a series of exercises that relieve the imbalances that the regular office job incurs. (Thank you, Kea! The Everchange family rocks!)
These six movements transition from seated to standing, then to the floor. You only need to do about five repetitions per side with each of these exercises (or five for the hinge and plank exercises) to benefit. Check out the video for the exercise instructions.
- Seated Twists
- Seated Pinwheels/feel good circles
- Cross-Body Kick
- Hinge to Sit
- Plank to Pike
- Thread the Needle
Not sure how to get the best form in these movements? Respond back to schedule a complimentary 15 minute in-person or online session to go over them live!