De-Stress at your Desk (With These Simple Strength and Mobility Exercises)

Sitting for long periods of time can take a toll on your body and mind.

Stress can build up if you don’t actively do something to eliminate it. Fortunately, its entirely possible with a little focus and follow-through.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get stronger and more flexible while you’re at work, instead of making your posture worse?

Today I’m going to show you the best exercises you can do at your desk ANY TIME throughout the day.

But these exercises are no good to you, if you don’t do them!

And “forgetting” to do them, is just leaving too much up to chance. What I want you to do instead is take action and set yourself a timer…

YOU decide how frequently to do these exercises. I’d say every hour, but even just a few times throughout the day can be a game-changer. Use the timer as a tool to build the habit.

Interestingly enough, many strong individuals completely lack strength in some of their fingers. Using the isometric training movement for the fingers in the video is an excellent way to fill in the gaps in your grip strength.

A powerful grip is a HUGE asset to any physical task. It will make every lift at the gym easier, and stronger. I go into more detail with regard to complete grip training in my Ultimate Athleticism program.

Implement this routine into your “desk time” and you’ll be rewarded with more strength and mobility–and LESS STRESS.

How do you feel after this sequence? What movement felt the best? What was your biggest challenge? Let me know if the comments section!

Better every day,

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3 thoughts on “De-Stress at your Desk (With These Simple Strength and Mobility Exercises)

  • Jean-max

    Great and simple Max as usual! The good thing is that anyone can do it. Just watched your video now and did while watching. It’s that simple. Tks Max.

  • Rosa

    Excelent!!! These exercises are very useful, specially for the neck and shoulders. I read a lot in a very “comfortable” position, so my neck and shoulders suffer a lot. Thank you very much for them.