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  • That's where this desk exercise routine comes in. Think of it as a happy medium between sitting for eight hours and hitting the gym when you just. don't. have. time. We tapped , certified trainer at in New York City, to come up with a creative workout that will get the blood flowing—without making you sweaty.

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  • That's where this desk exercise routine comes in. Think of it as a happy medium between sitting for eight hours and hitting the gym when you just. don't. have. time. We tapped , certified trainer at in New York City, to come up with a creative workout that will get the blood flowing—without making you sweaty.

    So what’s a worker chained to his or her desk to do? Luckily short bouts of aerobics, strength exercises, and in between conference calls and Gchats can help improve fitness levels and . While these , or desk exercises for the cubicle-bound, won’t promise Olympic mile times or six-pack abs, they might just improve strength and burn a few extra calories to boot. So whether it’s Powerpoint, Photoshop, or emails on that to-do list, we’ve got 33 sneaky exercises for a healthier (and happier!) workday.

  • With that in mind, we've put together an infographic containing 10 simple desk exercises so that you can make sure you remain limber in your studio. Click on the image to see the full-sized graphic, and feel free to share it with your colleagues on Pinterest!

Desk Exercises - The Inside Trainer

The simplest desk exercises are hand and finger stretches. Typing for long periods of time is known to cause repetitive strain injuries and tendinitis. Hand and finger stretches increase range of motion and relieves stiff joints.