By (Author) : Roger Frampton
There has been a lot of emphasis from both public health campaigns and the wellness industry on getting people moving 'more'. We all now know that we are supposed to do 10,000 steps per day, many of us possess some sort of wearable tech on our wrists to track how much distance we cover; however, how we move is still somewhat ignored.
Due to the sedentary nature of modern life, the destiny for many people in the west is muscles and joints that slowly tighten over the years as we sit down in chairs endlessly. All of sudden you realise that you can't sit comfortably in a squat, touch your toes or get up from sitting on the floor without using your hands. In life, if we don't use the movement, we lose the movement, Stretch guides the reader through daily habits to regain our essential lost movement.
Flexibility and mobility should really be likened to brushing your teeth daily on waking and before sleeping. Mobility and flexibility work should become a habit that gets done every day and with this daily program of seven simple stretches (with four variations of each) staggered throughout the working day, it has never been easier to combat the common aches and pains of working from home.