Although some are lucky enough to have an active job where they are up and moving all day, many people have jobs that have them sitting at an office desk for most of the day.
The average office worker might still have time in their regular schedule for fitness training, but for busy office workers some types of training are better than others!
Believe it or not, for the office worker a workout is the perfect solution to battle burnout!
Fitness training for the office worker may seem like a difficult concept, but these tips will help any busy office worker coordinate their fitness schedule to deal with work stress and better suit their daily routine!
Start and End Your Day with Yoga:
Yoga is not the best muscle building type of training, but it is incredibly effective and helpful for all our bodies.
Especially for those who have to sit at a desk for 7-8 hours per day, starting and ending your day with a yoga practice can significantly improve your back, hips, and overall body.
Many people who have office jobs would love to feel healthier even though they are seated for most of the day, and adding in additional yoga practices can help with this. Make yoga part of your daily routine!
Take Your Training Outside:
If you are spending 8-9 hours inside for your job every day, it can be extremely helpful to do 30-45 minutes of training outside on your training days.
Even if you are just going for a brisk walk, outdoor training allows you to breathe fresh air, and absorb Vitamin D from the sun. Planning to train outside can also be very helpful with relieving the boredness factor of planning to spend more hours inside.
Plan your next post-work workout outside, and I am sure you will be more excited than ever!
Learn to Love Interval Training:
If you are really looking to make a huge difference in your health and physical appearance while also working an office job, High Intensity Interval Training is your best friend!
Using anaerobic training such as HIIT, you can easily burn all the calories you need, and work your muscles for hypertrophy, in 30 minutes or less of training time per day.
This will leave more time in your schedule to do activities outside, or just to live a normal life.
There are many different types of HIIT, but Tabata Intervals and Escalating Density Training (EDT) are two of the best options! Take a look at this type of training for optimal efficiency of your time!
If you work an office job, this does not mean that you can’t have the body you want.
Some people have the easier path since their day-job involves more moving around, but there are still plenty of options.
Use these tips in your life to build the body you have always wanted, regardless the amount of hours you sit in an office each day!