Many people work hard to juggle multiple things at one time and squeezes as many things into one day as possible. But with everyone’s hectic schedule, usually, something has to give. Often times it’s exercising that’s put on the back burner. However what many people don’t realize is that by exercising you can actually increase your stamina,your overall performance ability as well as your overall health. If you find that you have no time to work out, then perhaps you should try exercising on the job. There are plenty of exercises that you can do on the job as indicated below.

  • If you work in an office complex you can take the stairs instead of the elevators.
  • You can walk during your lunch, morning, or afternoon breaks for 10 or 15 minutes during at least two of your breaks. That equals 20 to 30 minutes of exercise each day.
  • Those that drive to work can park further away from the office so that they can take longer walks to and from the office complex.
  • If your office has a gym, you can lift weights before or after work. Or you can keep 5 or 10-pound dumbbells at your desk and exercises at your desk.

Just working out a few minutes a day consistently makes a big difference.