How man times have you been sitting at your desk, slumped in your chair, hunched over at that keyboard and hopelessly wanting to get away from this tire position?
And by "position," you're not so much talking about the job in general but rather how you're never able to combat sitting all day by turning that into the desire to exercise. Sure, your office probably still has that Zumba in the cafeteria flyer, albeit dusty, posted for all employees to see, but is anyone really doing anything about it?
Even some larger companies put together a corporate wellness program that gives you discounts to gyms in the area, but not even a few dollars off a membership is going to make you go or pack that gym bag for you the night before and make it a point to drive your car right into that health club parking lot.
So what is an employee to do?
Truthfully, work and exercise have never mixed, unless your job is professional athlete extraordinaire. Unless your name is Mike Trout, Serena Williams or Lindsay Vonn, you aren't perfecting your posture and thus working out as part of your actual employment.
Instead, you maybe take a stroll through the office, leave your desk or barely do anything at lunch other than, well of course, eat.
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