Desk-bound employees can develop a hunched posture that saps energy and strength. Here’s a safe-for-the-office routine that can help.
For many people, nine-hour workdays are the minimum—and lunch breaks are short or taken at the desk. Even if the person goes to the gym a few times a week, it isn’t always enough to offset the impact of so much time at work. This can lead to upper-crossed syndrome, the shoulders-hunched, head-jutting-forward position that signals muscle imbalances in the neck, chest, shoulders, and back. Fortunately, you have the tools to help—especially if (click to read more)