Invisible warm-up (yoga) for productivity at work

In today’s world, 90 percent of people sit most of the time. They sit at work, in public transport, at home while eating or watching TV. After all, even in ancient times it was known that an active person is healthier and more productive! What should a modern busy person do? Running to work in the morning? Change it to another? No, it is not necessary to do this, it is enough to add warm-up to your daily activities. So let’s consider the topic not about morning exercises, but about certain exercises at the workplace. No one will notice your warm-up, but it will bring you significant benefits.

What is the benefit of such a warm-up?

Thanks to the change in the position of the body, the blood circulation in the muscles and human organs improves. Also, these exercises will help reduce mental stress and improve performance.

The following exercises are perfect even for those people who are shy of their colleagues.

For the abdomen and thighs: sit on the edge of a chair and alternately raise your legs. Do this exercise as much as you can.

For the muscles of the abdomen, thighs and pectoralis major: the position should be the same as in the previous exercise, but you need to raise the body so that the legs come off the floor. You need to hold onto the edge of the table with your hands, this will help stretch your wrists.

Back muscles: Hold the chair in front of you with one hand and pull it as if trying to lift it, then switch hands.

Leg muscles and abs: clasp your hands behind your back, raise your legs and cross your feet. Then make an effort with them, as if you are trying to “untie” them. Legs should be alternated.

Arm muscles: spread your legs apart, and lower your hands between your legs, palms down. Press one hand on the other, then change. When reading paper documents, put your hands under your hips and raise them.

For the back and abdomen: put your hands down and rock slightly from side to side.

For forearms: put your hands under the table and try to lift it, or vice versa, put your hands on the table and press on it.

Standing warm-up

If you are not embarrassed that attention is paid to you, then you can do a standing warm-up. Place your feet shoulder-width apart, and rest your hands on a table or chair and do a few squats.

To better understand how to train your body, you can visit a yoga center, a gym or a fitness room where a trainer will show you effective exercises that will help you be more productive at work.

If after warm-up you do not feel more energetic and cheerful, do not notice that you have become more productive and efficient, take Armod or Waklert. These drugs contain Armodafinil. This substance indirectly blocks the reuptake of dopamine in the brain to promote wakefulness and clarity of thinking. Unlike other stimulants that affect the central nervous system, Armodafinil does not inhibit motor function, allowing you to carry on about your day with increased focus and energy to accomplish your tasks.