Desk Jockeys aren’t athletes, but they still need to stay fit!
John Patrick Pullen suggests 5 tips to stay healthy if you sit at a computer all day, read the full article here.
1. Give your monitor a second look.
If your screen is planted directly on your desktop, it’s time to ask management for a raise – for your computer’s display.
2. Poor posture? Take it on the chin.
Poor posture is something that every office-based employee should consider throughout their day.
3. Stand up for yourself.
The modern workplace was built around the concept of sitting, but humans’ ability to stand goes back millions of years. Buck the trend of the office era with a standing desk – or, if that’s too radical, a sit-stand workstation.
4. Move it or lose it.
But why stand when you could walk? Many offices around the country are getting wise to treadmill desks, which can help workers burn 100 calories more per hour over sitting.
5. Pace yourself.
All work and no play makes Jack a bad employee. Whether it’s on their phone in the bathroom or on the computer in their cube, everyone takes sanity breaks to check their Facebook or read some news.
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