5 Crazy Stretches For Computer Users! Make Work More Jolly

Did you know that sitting in front of the computer will no longer cause you pain? Lately, more and more people complain about back pain, neck pain, lower back pain, and so on. And you can’t quit your job because of that, because another job will come and you will face with the same problems! Yeah, work kills you, slowly!  But, instead winning and bragging about it just do something. Working from 9-5 in front of the computer can be actually pretty fun if you combine it with positive thinking and some sitting exercise. Just imagine you and your co-workers doing sitting jacks together…yeah, your boss will have something to laugh about it!

You should know that for 5 minutes, doing some super-crazy and easy exercises will help you to get rid of any back pain, and not only.

1. Seated Jacks

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Sit straight with your knees together.
Join your knees and keep your toes pointed.
Your elbows should be bent and your arms open to the sides.
Your palms should face forward.
Take both legs out to the sides and flex your feet.
Let your legs land on the heel and bring your arms together above your head, just like a normal jumping jack.
Now begin returning to the starting position.
Perform 25-30 reps in a row.

2. Skater Switch

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Move to the edge of your chair.
Bend your right knee out to the side and extend your left leg out to the other side.
Keep your toes pointed.
Begin extending your arms and leaning forward.
Try and reach the inside of your right foot with your left arm.
Immediately, switch over and do the same with the right arm and the left foot.
Rest and repeat.
Perform 25-30 alternating reps.

3. Leg Lift And Twist

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Sit on the edge of the chair.
Begin extending your right leg straight. Remember to keep your foot grounded throughout.
Cross your arms over your chest and brace your abs tight.
Rotate your torso to the right as you lift your right leg to the left knee.
Squeeze your knees together and begin returning to the starting position.
Switch sides and repeat.
Perform around 15-25 reps.

4. Hinge And Cross

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Sit straight with your knees together.
Keep your toes pointed and lift your hands and bring them behind your head.
Bracing your abs, hinge back a bit so that your shoulder blades barely touch the chair’s back.
Cross your right elbow and your left knee.
Begin returning to the starting position.
Switch sides and repeat.
Perform 20 alternating reps.

5. Chair Running

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Sit straight and extend your legs.
Keep your toes pointed and your arms bent at the sides.
Brace your abs tight and let your shoulder blades touch the back of the chair lightly.
Begin bending your right knee into your chest and turn your left shoulder towards your knee.
Pull your right elbow back and switch sides immediately.
Alternate and do 25-30 quick repetitions.

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