Day 15: Shadow Boxing
by AccountingWEB on
Are you upset about something? Is a client driving you mad? Punch out your frustrations and improve your muscle tone at the same time.
Step 1: You can punch it out while sitting in your chair, but scoot your chair back so you don't put a hole in your computer monitor. The exercise is more effective (and more fun) if you stand and walk around the room. Get into it – pretend you're Rocky or Ali!
Step 2: Punch your arms out in front of you, switching sides, and changing your motions any way you choose.
Step 3: Box for a minute or until you've released your anger.
Now, don't you feel better?
See the complete library of Workplace Fitness exercises.
You may like these other stories...
On any normal day Katie Bailey, audit manager at CPA firm Dauby O'Connor & Zaleski, LLC (DOZ) in Carmel, Indiana, would definitely consider herself an active person. She runs 20-plus miles a week, logs lunch hours in...
A recent study by RAND Corporation that was published online in the January issue of the journal, Health Affairs, revealed that when it comes to workplace wellness programs, there may be a distinct difference in the type of...
In CPA firms today, it's as common to see yoga mats and cross-trainers in people's cubicles as it is calculators and smartphones – particularly from January to April when many firms are willing to...
Upcoming CPE Webinars
BAR is an acronym for: Boundaries, Authority and Role. This simple tool will provide participants with a solid understanding of leadership essentials to improve their performance.
This material is designed to provide a start-to-finish overview of how to plan and complete high-quality small audits efficiently.
In this session Excel expert David H. Ringstrom, CPA shares numerous techniques that you can use to work with charts more efficiently.
Key Accounting and Reporting Issues for Nonprofits No. 1: Overview and Statement of Financial Position
This material focuses on non-profit organizations organization, accounting and reporting.