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Sitting for an extended period is one of the most detrimental habits of our modern western culture. Standing during meetings is one of the ways on how to fight the sedentary lifestyle. The meeting practice is currently known to be effective in discussing individual task for the day and how the daily task contributes to the efficiency of the productivity of the company. In any part of the world, a stand-up meeting is an excellent way to start your day, and it has several benefits.
To achieve good health, we need to be active, and this means we need to exercise to be able to burn the excess calories and unnecessary fats that we have gained in the entire day or week. But with the busy lifestyle and fast pace environment nowadays, we can no longer do actively the things that we need to help our body and mind. Here are some of the ideas on how we can be more active at work.
More companies are now moving to the 10 hours workday as opposed to the traditional five days working week. It has become a trend, and some of the employees are enjoying the benefits because of flexibility that it can do both for the company and employees. A four-day work is quite annoying for some, in fact, there are recent studies that say longer work result in depression and employees are more prone to burn out. But with proper planning, time management and fair expectation this can be prevented and achievable in every organization. Consider these tips, and you won't get burn out whenever you are at work.
We all know for a fact that work plays a significant part in our lives as this is where we get our earnings. In today's fast-paced environment, a lot of people are having difficulty in how they can achieve a work-life balance. Maintaining a work-life balance is not easy to accomplish as there are times when we are required to do certain tasks that take most of our energy, leaving us not able to perform other tasks required.
Most of us are used to sitting the whole time as this is required in our day to day activities at work. We know for a fact that with the fast-paced environment, greater ambition and pressure to perform in all aspects, we tend to forget the importance of exercise. Many workers have an 8-hour-job and some might not be able to notice that this is beginning to take up all the energy you have for the entire day. There are simple steps to keep us moving and regain our energy while we are at our office. Here is the simple desk exercise that will undoubtedly improve our strength and mood.