During 2020, many of us office workers have been forced to work from home for the greater good to combat the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 which has affected everyone’s lives. However, due to working from home, this has potentially affected our lifestyle and therefore ensuring that you are staying fit and healthy during this unprecedented time is key and we give you some tips and tricks on how to do so.
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Scheduling in a workout into your working schedule is a great place to start and ensuring that you stick to it is just as important! Whilst making promises to you might sound easy, sticking to them is the hard part but if you are realistic with your schedule and are doing little and often then this is the route that we recommend. Pressuring yourself into attempting to train every day is something that is unachievable for many so trying to work out every other day is a great start – our recommendation would be to work out before work because it really sets you up for the day.
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Setting your workspace and/or desk at home in a way that you are going to be comfortable and efficient would be our next tip. Ensuring that you are sitting in the right manner is good for your posture and will ensure that you stay healthy whilst working from home. Ensuring you back in straight and in the back of your chair, knees and hips are also supported by the chair and in a 90-degree position and if your chair has arm rests then ensuring that you are using these too.
And our final tip to keep healthy whilst working from home would be to set a couple of fitness goals once you’ve read this article and try and hit them in your time WFH. Make these achievable and something that you can work towards and then you will feel like you have accomplished something once you’ve hit them – good luck!