Mini Exercises – Office Squat
Squats strengthen your entire body while increasing your flexibility and even improving your posture. They’re basically a superfood of exercises. Try adding chair squats into your workday, and soon enough you’ll feel yourself getting stronger. Here’s how to do it:
Stand in front of your chair, back facing the chair and legs shoulder-width apart. Shift so that your heels are bearing most of your weight (you can try wiggling your toes to make sure you’re in the right position). While keeping your back straight, with your knees above your feet, squat down so that you are just hovering above the chair, not touching or sitting in it. You can keep your hands together with your arms bent at the elbows. Straighten your legs to return to the starting position. Repeat the movement 10 – 15 times.
Check out all the small but effective exercises you can do wherever the Move It Monday mood strikes!