Sitting still isn’t easy for most people, but the truth is it’s actually easier than we think.
If you’ve never felt this way before, it’s because you’re stuck in a time-wasting routine that leaves you feeling tired, frustrated, and exhausted.
But if you’re struggling with this, here are some simple steps to get you moving again.
Rest your feet You can always start the day with a walk or a jog, but if you can’t get enough rest you can use some simple stretches and exercises to get your body back into the groove.
Try these four stretches for 10 minutes: stand up, stretch the arms, extend the arms.
Stretch your legs.
Put your hands under your arms.
Bend your knees.
Stretch the back.
The rest is easy.
Use your hands to stretch your legs You may be able to stretch yourself with your hands, but don’t forget that your muscles are also being stretched.
Try doing a seated stretch with your palms on the floor.
Put one hand on each leg.
Hold the stretch for a few seconds, then release.
Repeat on the other leg.
Stretch with your back and chest You don’t have to be a gymnast to do this, but you may want to try this on a treadmill or a stationary bike.
If it’s hard to do a seated exercise, try using a stationary belt.
When you are done, stretch your back, and hold the stretch until you feel your muscles relax.
Lift your leg from the floor and stretch it for 20 seconds, hold it for a minute, and then release It’s easy to think that we’re stuck at a place where we’re just tired and fatigued.
But it’s a great opportunity to take a break and breathe.
Here are some of the simple stretches that you can do while sitting still.
Stretch one arm and one leg at a time.
Start by keeping your arm straight, then slowly lift it from the ground and hold it there for 10 seconds.
Repeat this with the other arm and leg.
Stretch a leg and the foot simultaneously.
Start with your hand on the top of your foot, and slowly lift the foot back down to your hand.
Keep it there and repeat on the opposite leg.
Take a breath and stretch your neck This is a good exercise for people who tend to feel tired.
Sit with your legs crossed and your arms extended in front of you.
Make sure that your body is straight and the back is straight as well.
Make a small circle and place it on your neck.
Hold it there, then breathe and stretch.
Stretch for 30 seconds, do this for two more sets of 10-second stretches (each time do 20 seconds of this exercise), and then take a breath.
Repeat for 20-second sets.
Do these stretches for 30-seconds each, then relax to allow your muscles to relax and get ready for your next stretch.
Relax your body with some relaxation exercises Here are a few relaxing exercises that you should try: Hold a pen or pencil in front and one behind.
Take 10 seconds to stretch each arm and then hold the pen or pen pencil in your other hand.
This exercise allows you to get into a relaxed state of mind.
Stretch both hands together.
Take 20 seconds to relax your arms, then stretch them together.
Then stretch them again.
Hold a balloon in front to one side and one to the other.
This can help you relax your shoulders, chest, and legs.
This is also a great exercise for those with shoulder pain.
Stretch two arms at a stretch and hold for 20 minutes.
Then do the same exercise with the balloon in the other hand and hold.
Repeat the stretch with the ball in both hands.
10-Second Stretches for 20 Minutes 10-minute stretches can be difficult to do without feeling fatigued and tired.
You may feel like you’re not moving at all, but this is actually an indicator that you are being properly balanced and are ready for the next stretch, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Try 10-minutes of these stretching exercises for 10-seconds, then do the 10- second stretches in reverse order.
1- to 2-minute stretching exercises are a great way to loosen up your muscles and get more work done in a shorter amount of time.
If your body can’t be used to the stretch, you can add a few minutes of 10 seconds of 10 second stretching.
This will allow your body to adapt to the new stress.
If doing a 10- minute stretch is too painful, try a 30-minute stretch instead.
1 to 2 minutes of this stretching will do the trick.