The Best Stretches to Do While You Work at Your Computer

Now that you’re at home all the time, you’re probably at your desk and computer a lot more.

Hours at a desk or in a chair can wreak havoc on your body and posture. But with a few stretches and tweaks to your sitting posture, you can protect your body and feel much better at the end of the day.

Here are a few simple stretches and exercises you can do at your desk to save your body.

These exercises reduce muscle imbalances that develop from sitting at a desk all day long.

In just a short amount of time, these exercises will help you feel so much better.

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Filed Under: Back Pain at Work, Back Pain Exercises
Written By:

Steven Hefferon, CMT, PTA

Steve Hefferon is the co-founder of the Healthy Back Institute. He is a nationally recognized sports massage therapist and post-rehab specialist. Steve has helped numerous world-class athletes return to the field or track and continue to excel after an injury. He also developed the innovative Lose the Back Pain System, which has helped thousands find lasting back pain relief.

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2 thoughts on “The Best Stretches to Do While You Work at Your Computer”

  1. Cindy R says:

    Thanks so much for your stretching video. I too have the same hip imbalance and
    in just a few minutes doing the exercises with you on the video I felt and noticed
    a bit more mobility in the muscle that control that left hip area…good to do several
    times a day since I am up and down from my desk, and my gym is closed. Also,
    taking short rides around the neighborhood on the bike as Spring is in the air!
    Clean living is the mantra! With appreciation.

    1. Steve says:

      Very good, if maintained properly (over the long term) it does not have to be an issue or a limitation in your life.

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