Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Fat Burning Activities in Offices
With the current unemployment rate reaching its highest since the 1980s, the job market has become far more competitive and demanding. Americans are spending longer hours in the office, working harder than ever to keep their jobs, and, as a result, experiencing extreme stress and neglecting their health and fitness. If you're locked into long-hour employment, all that work and no play means impaired health and a poor quality of life for you. You may not be able to quit your job, but you can break the stress cycle and even stay in shape with the following workplace fitness tips.
Instead of booking a meeting room, you'll want to invite your colleagues and relatives to come walk with you. Take them seriously. Make sure the subject is discussed not too formally. Exchange ideas and opinions is one thing you can do, not expensive and also more relaxed. By doing this, the calories you will burn faster than having to sit in the office room.
It will be fortunate to have coworkers who have the same health goal, because they will not invite you to eat at fast food restaurants. If you do not have, then immediately find friends with common goals, this will be an additional motivation for you. You and co-workers could have a pedometer (pedometer) to assess who has the most step on the weekdays. This will be great fun, apart from useful to motivate each other, but also beneficial to relieve a little stress.
Several times during the day, take a few minutes to do three to five PowerHouse Hit the Deck cards, go up and down a couple of flights of stairs, or go outside for a walk around the building. Short bursts of intense physical activity burn off stress hormones and release endorphins and restore balance.