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www.first2aid.com | 407-900-1144

Recent studies have indicated that sitting for long periods of time does not have a positive impact on your
health. However, with most job functions requiring some simple tips to help you utilize your place of work as a
benefit to your health. www.first2aid.com

1. Turn your office space into a mini workout zone
Taking advantage of your office space is a smart way to increase activity during the day. A recent Fitbie article
outlined office friendly exercises to perform at your desk. The routines are simple yet impactful. The best part:
You wouldn’t need more than 10 minutes!

2. Make sweat social
Encouragement among peers is one of the best ways to get moving. First 2 Aid will work with employers to
implement engaging healthy programs so that employees have the ability to motivate each other and improve
their overall wellbeing. Grab a work friend for a quick walk, partake in the office friendly exercises, or to take
the stairs with you at anytime! It will certainly make the “time” fly by.

3. Take a walk
In a study found through the Wiley Online Library, research demonstrated that lunchtime walks can drastically
improve your workday. Not only does the activity contribute to an increase in productivity, mental relaxation
and overall enthusiasm but it also counts as a way to get moving. Go ahead and treat yourself to a little break.

4. Stairs are not the enemy
If you can manage and have the access, try to take the stairs as often as possible at your workplace. This activity
will keep your blood flowing and contribute positively towards your mental acuity. Simply taking the stairs
multiple times throughout the day could easily be equivalent to using the step mill machine at the gym.

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