2. Stand up . Even if you can't move a lot at work, make a concerted effort to at least stand at your desk . Sitting is your worst enemy. Try a standing desk or just use computer risers to raise your monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Don't forget to also stretch your arms, back, and legs. You may generate some looks and interest, but you'll produce better results, and avoid an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and a variety of cancers, not to mention an early death.
3. Stop bringing in donuts . Or cookies. Or candy.
. &Quot;Normal exercise, which fills so few hours of even active people's days, may not be enough in terms of health." If you're stuck in a cubicle all day, try making your meetings mobile. Bring your phone or notebook and go outside, or try wandering the hallways or stairwells of your building. Mobile meetings are great for brainstorming, creativity, and problem solving, says the Center for Health Improvement.