Healthy at work
Maximize your day-to-day comfort and efficiency by paying attention to workspace ergonomics.
If you're adjusting to shift work — especially the night shift — consider tips for better sleep.
Office stretches — Boost your energy by stretching tense, tired muscles throughout the workday.
When you travel, there's no need to put fitness on hold. If you're traveling by plane and time permits, stroll through the airport terminal rather than sitting at the gate. When traveling by train walk through the cars occasionally. If you're driving, take breaks to get out and stretch. Choose a hotel that has fitness facilities. Or pack your jump-rope or resistance tubes to use in the hotel room. When you arrive at your destination, set the tone for your trip by working out right away.
Exercise doesn't need to fall by the wayside when you're traveling. Before your trip, research the hotel or nearby fitness facilities and pack accordingly. Your travel workout essentials might include athletic shoes, exercise clothing, a jump-rope, resistance tubing or a yoga mat.
Want to exercise but the hotel doesn't have a pool or fitness center? Get creative. Walk the hotel halls — or, if possible, to one of your meetings or sightseeing destinations. Take the stairs or get off the elevator a few floors early and use the stairs the rest of the way. Use a jump-rope or do jumping jacks, pushups, planks and squats right in your room.
Get tips to manage your health, stay focused, and use your time well while dealing with job pressures and demands.
Neck stretches can help prevent stiffness. Try these stretches at work.
Forearm stretches can help prevent stiffness. Try these stretches at work.
Upper body stretches can help prevent stiffness. Try these stretches at work.