Have an Active Lunch
There is absolutely no legitimate reason to sit at your desk every day for lunch. Yes, it’s important to spend your lunch break eating, but you should also set aside a minimum of 10 minutes to get up and move. If you’re short on time, hit the stairwell for another bout of climbing and a series of bodyweight exercises. If you have a little extra time, walk to a nearby deli to grab a cup of coffee or head to a nearby park.
“Your body is always available, so you can do push-ups, ab work, and squats any time,” says Jason Debel, a personal trainer and the co-founder of Urban Strength. “Whenever you see a bar to hang off, you can do pull-ups or negatives.” He also points to the app Calisthenics Parks as a resource for finding local parks where you can do workouts. It’s available for free on iTunes and Google Play.
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