A wobble cushion is similar to a stability ball but is smaller and more convenient. If you've ever considered using a stability ball in place of a chair, this is a perfect way to get the same benefits with a smaller footprint. This week's exercise is a donkey kick, which works your gluteus maximus—the largest… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Donkey Kick Using A Wobble Cushion
The seated cat cow stretch is another chair stretch that can help bring relief after long periods of sitting. This stretch will help relieve tension in your back and shoulders. Sit straight, place your hands just above knees Sit with our back away from the seat back, and keep your feet flat on the floor… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Seated Cat Cow Stretch
We've all been there- sitting for too long and aching for a way to stretch and get the blood flowing and potentially without many options for physical activity. Flights, desk jobs, long drives, paperwork at home, online browsing, and studying are just a few of the many reasons that we all sit for hours upon… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Seated Neck Rolls
Multiple studies have shown these mobile devices increase the risk of becoming obese. A link has been identified between the number of hours spent on a smartphone and a higher BMI.
As the name implies, resistance band glute kickbacks work your glutes as well as your hip flexors. This exercise, and others that activate these muscle groups, are a great way to activate your hips after a long day of sitting at work, school, driving, etc. Image courtesy of: bicyclerichmond.co.uk Loop a resistance band around your… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Resistance Band Glute Kickback