Nothing is more exciting than to see fast progress toward achieving an aim. If you’re finding you’ve given yourself far too much to do, you’re feeling chained to the computer, and–worse still–the longer you spend working, the less you achieve,
Take a Break
Here’s the third in our series of energy videos. The exercises take a minute to do and boost not only body energy but brain energy as well. Try them out. The video quality may not be great as I had to reduce them so much to load quickly but the exercise quality is unbeatable for giving you that extra zing.
Keep Fit Calf exercises for today:
And the previous two exercises can be found here:
Keep Fit 1
Keep Fit 2
Do they work? Well they’ve been working for me. My sciatica has gone. I no longer need to sit on my energy ball to feel comfortable. I’ve been catching up with and adding to my workload without increasing the panic and stress.
Just do what works for you–a minute or two break in every hour gets you away from the computer screen. Use the kitchen counter for balance instead of a chair and do half a dozen repetitions while waiting for the water to heat or while answering the phone. Easy.
Let me know your best energizing tip in the comments below. 🙂
As promised, the second in our set of desk-based energy boosting keep fit exercises. I’ve already done my repetitions twice today–after all the video takes just over a minute to watch and follow. Easy to do while waiting for the computer to fire up, the kettle to boil or even when thinking out ideas.
Anyway off to kick more butt–rofl. And come to think of it, rolling on the floor laughing is a pretty good energy boosting exercise as well 🙂
Remember to use your seated ankle rolls, too.
In order to keep the loading time low, i think I may have compressed this video too much. I’d be delighted if you’d let me know if that’s the case in the comments below.
Beginning to feel brighter? Let me know and do share your favorite energy boosting and motivational tips in the comments.
Writers are classified as high risk by life insurance companies. And poets beware–you’re regarded as the highest risk of all.
If you want to keep fit, boost your energy, improve your circulation–start here and now. Exercise at your desk. Easy start for Number 1. Wiggle your ankles. Only takes a minute.
Many health problems stem from how long we spend at a desk absorbed in writing and our thoughts. I have a lot of trouble remembering to stand up and move about enough in the day. Circulation slows down. and muscles cramp until in the end daily movement can become restricted.
So every week I’ll share one of my Keep Fit videos demonstrating exercises you can do at your desk to improve your circulation and your energy. Follow the series and let me know in the comments below if your mobility and energy improve.
The keep fit expert on the video is quite easy on the eye, too. 🙂