You read that title right. This is an "all-day" workout. This workout is designed for folks who are busy sitting at a desk all day, or at home and only have a few minutes to spare every now and again. You aren't really working out all day.
The idea is to perform a strength training or cardio-style exercise every hour. By doing so, you are keeping fit, building muscle, and giving your body the movement that it needs. Remember, our bodies were not designed to be sitting in a chair all day.
For every 1 hour that you sit, you need to take 5-10 minutes to workout or move around. Below, you will find a few ideas on how to accomplish this workout:
Of course, you can do this multiple ways with multiple exercises. The goal is to keep your metabolism burning, giving it a jump start every hour. You will be amazed at how fit you begin to look if you add this into your day. These exercises are not meant to be done to exhaustion. You don't even need to get sweaty. I recommend doing the all-day workout every single day you have to be sedentary.
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