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1-5 minute workouts for busy people with desk jobs

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Having a desk job has its advantages and disadvantages. One of the greatest disadvantages is that people who sit behind a desk 8 hours a day tend to have weight problems and suffer from back pain. Even if they go to the gym two or three times a week, they don’t see great results because the body needs constant exercise to stay fit and healthy. Kent Burden has come up with an easy and effective solution to these issues: 1-5 minute workout breaks that don’t even require you to leave your desk.

‘The Office Workout: 75 Exercises to Do at Your Desk’ is the guide you need if you are one of those people who are trapped at their desks every day. It contains 75 exercises that can be done without breaking a sweat and without bothering your co-workers. The trick is that they need to be done every hour, which means that you need a bit of commitment to stick to this routine if you truly want to see some changes. However, if you do manage to spend 1-5 minutes exercising every hour, you’ll see amazing results in just one week. Aside from the fact that you’ll get rid of the annoying back pain, you’ll also notice that you’ll be able to better focus on your job even at the end of the program. This simple training improves blood flow to the brain and raises your heart rate for a couple of minutes. These two things combined give you a burst of energy that will help you do your work faster and more effectively.

Kent Burden has written ‘The Office Workout: 75 Exercises to Do at Your Desk’ to help busy people burn calories and avoid the terrible health problems that come with a desk job. It has been scientifically proven that people who sit in the same position for hours on end are more prone to developing diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and even cancer. The exercises and techniques he teaches in his guide have once helped him recover after a football injury. When he was in college, he spent 9 months paralyzed in a wheelchair, but he was able to overcome his situation by exercising every day. Now he wants to share his knowledge with all those who truly care about their own physical and mental health.

‘The Office Workout: 75 Exercises to Do at Your Desk’ is one of those books that can change your life. If you want to lose weight, it is better to adopt the routine suggested by the author than to tire yourself out at the gym two times a week. You will get better results with these simple exercises if you do them every hour, and your employer will also be satisfied because you’ll be more productive and creative.

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