Got Six Minutes?
I hope so.
Don’t have six minutes? Did you actually answer “no” to that question? Who are you? And how do you not have six minutes to spare at some point?
Given the increased TOYA (Time On Your A**) factor for most people working at home, and even worse- in front of their screens… breaking up your day with a brief mobility routine is now more important than ever.
Let’s move often, and let’s move well.
Most of what I’ve included here, I’ve borrowed from my yoga practise. Not into yoga? Fine. Call it something else.
The only thing you shouldn’t do is avoid this advice all together. Whether you’re going to use some of the movements I’ve demonstrated here, or you’re going to come up with your own “break-up-the-day” mobility routine, the most important thing is that you do something.
Because one day, things are going to go back to normal. And when they do- you’ll want to look back and think about how this unique time period had no negative influence whatsoever on your joint health, loss of fitness, motivation to move- and do hard, physical work.
But that can’t happen if you don’t move. So get moving.