Fitness on the Сhair: Simple Exercises for Those Who Spend a Lot of Time In Front of Computer

fitness on the chair1) Starting position: sitting on the edge of the chair.On a breath, bend over in the back. To do this, the shoulders should be lowered as far as possible, with the shoulder blades pushing the chest forward and bending in the lower back. On exhalation, round your back. To do this, push the point between the shoulder blades as far back as possible, tighten the chin closer to the clavicles, and unfold the pelvis forward. Perform 8 cycles of these movements.2) On a breath, push the thorax to the left, maximally stretching on the left side surface. Weight will be transferred to the left buttock. On exhalation, return to the center, and the weight will be distributed over the buttocks. And on the next breath, push the thorax to the right, watching how the weight will be transferred to the right buttock. Repeat 8 movements to each side.3) Raise your right arm up and bend at the elbow, placing your palm on the area between the shoulder blades. The left hand lead down, bend at the elbow and try to close your palms in the lock behind your back. Thoracle slightly push to the right. Feel how the ribs opened and the breath became larger in volume on the right side. Be in this position for up to 1 minute. Repeat this movement, changing sides. 

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