Desk Chair Hover

Step 1: Stand with your back to your chair with your feet a little farther than shoulder-width apart. Extend your arms in front of you at shoulder level.

Step 2: Lower down slowly, keeping your back straight, until you're almost sitting in your chair. Your knees shouldn't pass your toes, but be positioned over your ankles. 

Step 3: Hold the position for 5 seconds and then come back up.

Step 4: Try 2 sets of 10, resting for a couple of minutes between sets.

 
Put together your own office fitness routine by reviewing the exercises in our Workplace Fitness Library.
 
Source: Michael Roussell for Shape Up America!
 

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