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Working out while sitting in office?

Discussion in 'Keep Fit & Maintain Shape' started by Rakhii, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. Rakhii

    Rakhii Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear ladies,
    I had been searching for some exercise routines which can be done while sitting in office but didnt specifically find one here. So please bear with me if I am repeating an old thread.

    Little back ground: I start my work at 7:45 in the morning (for which I have to wake up at least at 4:45 to be at work on time...long travel). Since then, my work keeps me really busy until I leave work at 3:45. I walk back to the train station, 2.5 km in 20 minutes. my BMI is in the normal range and I am not over weight.

    BUT, the main problem is my tummy. I look like I am 4 months pregnant:spin But other parts like hands and legs are perfectly fine and look toned.

    Now, my question is: is there any exercise I can do while I sit at work to get the muscles tightened in tummy? PLEASE! Help me. I want to give some exercise to my tummy while I am working. Please. Thank you!
     
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  2. Vidya21

    Vidya21 Senior IL'ite

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    Can you use an exercise ball in the office instead of your regular chair? It works well for the core.

    You can also do pelvic tilts, cat-camel exercises sitting at the edge of the office chair. Also, try plank-push-ups with the hands resting on a stable desk/furniture instead a few times each day during a break - works well to engage the core muscles.
     

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