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Extended Minimalist Yoga Routine · Mar 26, 02:42 PM

Mobilizing a couple of tissues that are compromised by prolongued sitting. The basic Minimalist Yoga Routine was aimed at activating your muscles altogether, while staying centered and without putting too much strain on your heart. These aim at further activation of neglected muscles and tissues. [Alternative Pseudoscience in Mobility]

When doing these exercises, be sure to quickly relax after building up the tension. Holding tension for a prolongued period of time creates a block in your circulation that puts strain on your heart. We want to get our blood flowing, not block it. Therefore many small repetitions are done. All exercises are best done 45 to 50 seconds, with 10-15 seconds rest. Don’t do more than 5 exercises at one time, but wait at least an hour before your next attempt. Your way too expensive fitness watch will tell you when it is time to move. But do one of these regimens, if the watch tells you.

6. Sway that ass. Stand a little more than shoulder with apart. place your palms on your thighs, right above your knee, with your elbows pointing outward (fingers of both hands face each other). Then lower yourself into a half-squatting position. There, stabilize. Even if you’re overweight, you should find balance because you can let some of your weight rest on your arms. Once you find proper balance, relax the muscles of your lower back. Yes, those that you were stuffing together all the time while sitting. Once you feel a bit of relaxation there, shift your weight from the left foot to the right and back at least once per second. Your derriere will sway along with the shift of the weight. That’s ok. Do this for a minute, and if you want to concentrate on something, then it’s relaxing your spine and letting it lengthen. Maybe think of demonstrating your general attitude towards the proceedings at your particular area of work.

7. Punch that rest. Sit on your office chair, and spread your knees so both of your fists fit between them side by side. Now push your fists towards the floor, arching your back like a cat. Then pull them back up until your elbows touch the back rest of the chair. Keep your elbows close to your body, and let the palm side of your fists point up. Your shoulder blades should come together in this position, and your back be arched (a bit) into the opposite direction. Then alternate between those two positions (bend down and arch back up). Focus on keeping your elbows close to your chest. Build a little bit of tension in both end position, and let it go before moving into the alternate position. Again, one minute is enough. This should prepare you for any mad colleagues approaching from behind with idiotic tasks.

8. Hit that sucker. Stand up, feet a shoulder width apart, bend your knees just a tad and keep your lower back straight (tuck your butt under). Now alternate some Kung Fu punches with your hands. With Kung Fu punches I mean don’t turn all your upper body as in a Karate punch or Boxing hook, but from shoulder height just thrust your fist foward and lock it in and pull it back. Then do the other side. The arm shouldn’t be straight when you lock the punch, but the elbow still a bit bent. Just feel how the locking effect reflexively travels through your body in an attempt to counter the abrupt stop, and immediately release.

9. Scream. You don’t really do need to do the scream. But it’s fun and helps, if you can. From a standing position, hands hanging down loosely, face forward 45 degrees with a small step. While doing that, pull up your fists in front of your face protectively, lock the muscles of your arms and shoulders, and act as if you want to shout and scare your imaginary opponent down. The scarier the expression on your face, the better. If you’re in the office and do not want to afford the scream, just rapidly exhale when you explosively build up the tension in your arms.

10. Grab it! or Swim!. While sitting or standing, hold your hands up pointing towards the ceiling. Now alternatively try to grab and pull down on something that is virtually hanging down above you from the ceiling. Just small pulls. One pull per hand within one second, to give you a clue. Alternatively, you can also swim in breast stroke or freestyle while sitting on your office chair. Swimming “forward” means up. Do this for one minute.