Day 19: The Funky Chicken
by AccountingWEB on
Loosen up your upper body with this fun (and wacky?) exercise. You might want to close your office door for this one, or you can leave it open and treat your coworkers to a good laugh!
Step 1: Put your fingertips on your shoulders.
Step 2: Lift your elbows up to a comfortable height.
Step 3: Now here comes the fun part. . . . Keep your fingers on your shoulders and flap your arms up and down – like you're flying.
Step 4: Walk, skip, or run around your office while you're gettin' down and funky.
Step 5: Repeat ten times – or until your wings can flap no more.
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