Stretching at your Desk or Computer When You Are Not Swimming



Stretching at your Desk or Computer When You Are Not Swimming

If you are working at an office or any job that relies on you being at a desk or a computer for a large part of your day, Even if you swim daily, you need to consistently stretch. Not only will stretching from time to time increase your comfort but it can also alleviate stretch and prevent injuries as well.

Picture of a woman in running wear streatching at a pole in the street near the office. Stretching at your Desk or Computer When You Are Not Swimming
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It is important to learn the best desk stretches such as the above head chest stretch or the reverse shoulder stretch. At the end of the day you want to improve your health while also making yourself as comfortable as you can while sitting for such a long period of time.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Most people work at a computer all day, and this sitting position can cause pain in the upper back and shoulders.
  • In order to reduce muscle tension while sitting at a desk, people should stretch to increase comfort and improve posture.
  • Some of the best stretches to combat the fatigue of sitting are the above head chest stretch and the lateral neck stretch.

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Read more: https://stretchcoach.com/articles/desk-stretches/

Enjoy     
Richard



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