White-collar female energy expenditure acceleration
If you are going to take a short break in the afternoon, then you are not the only one who thinks so.
According to reports, half of the women’s energy expenditure in the afternoon will be reduced.
Next time, replace your coffee with a quick and easy way.
Here are some quick exercises that are suitable for doing in the office, each doing at least one action.
Upper body stretching exercise sits on a chair with wheels, hands apart and shoulder width, grabbing your table.
Keep your thumbs below the other fingers above.
Lift your feet off the ground, contract your abdomen, and slowly push your chair backwards until you are looking at the ground with your head between your sides.
Then slowly pull yourself back until your belly is against the table.
Repeat 12 to 15 times, push it out in 3 seconds, and pull it back in 3 seconds.
The lower body stretch sits on the edge of a wheeled figure with your feet flat and your hands flat on your thighs.
(Depending on the type of your shoes and socks and the surface of the floor, you may need to take off your shoes.
) Lift your toenails off the ground and just keep your heels on the ground.
Use your heels to slowly push your chair backwards until your legs are fully squeezed away.
Keep your upper body relaxed, and then use your heels to pull your chair back.
Do it 12 to 15 times, push it out in 3 seconds, and pull it back in 3 seconds.
Sit up from your chair in cushioned motion, keep your feet apart and shoulder-width apart, keep your body straight, bend your alignment and your hip joints as if you were sitting on a chair.
Don’t let your knees bend in front of your toes, stop just before you reach the chair, and stand up.
Do this 4 times.
Then crouch, hold a downward position, cushion (move up and down in a small area) 3 times, and then stand up.
Do this exercise 6 times.
The table push-ups are tilted, and your hands are slightly wider than the shoulder width. Place them on the table and move your feet backwards until you form a push-up angle.Now, slowly lower your chest, the table in front.
Keep your head, back, waist and legs in a straight line.
Hold for 2 seconds, then return to the initial position, doing 12 times.
Push and lift your feet apart to extend the same width as your hip joints and bend slightly.
Cross your fingers and place your arms in front of you, level with your chest.
Turn your palms out and push your arms forward to form a round shape on your upper body. Feel the stretch of your body.
Hold for 15 seconds, then relax.
Next, place your hands on your lower tibia, just above your hip joint with your fingers facing down.
Gently press your hand towards your back, pull your shoulders up and down, lift your chest, keep your head in position, and hold this action for 15 seconds.
Twist on the chair and sit upright on the chair with your left leg pressed against your right leg.
Take a deep breath. When you exhale, gently turn your waist to the side and look over your left shoulder.
Keep your hips forward.
Cross your arms over your body, grab your arms or the back of the chair, and gently deepen your stretch.
Hold it for 10 seconds, and then do something else.
Press twice on each side.