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    Default The Importance of Intermittent Movement for Longevity


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    martymonster is offline Senior Member
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    An interesting question is what do people do for their daily ancillary exercise?

    I'm an office worker and I decided long ago that sitting for extensive periods sucked. So for many years now I make sure I get up regularly and find a quiet spot to do 5 pushups and 5 squats. Nothing difficult just enough to get the blood flowing and break the sitting pattern.

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    I end up at my desk for hours on certain days, so I to break up my extended sitting periods with opposite patterns of sitting. I use such things as the extension stretch, kb windmills and a few gtg strength exercises. As with anything it is about balance!

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    I thought this part was interesting.

    She found it is the change in posture that acts against gravity that is the most powerful, in terms of having a beneficial impact on your health. Regularly standing up from a seated position was in fact found to be more effective than walking!
    I've heard that qi gong people consider squats to be good for vitality. I wonder if jumping rope would also be a good choice?

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    I do some joint circling, walking and the trifecta from CC2 when I get the chance. I also make a point to use the stairs whenever possible.

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