Sitting in front of a computer for long periods can leave you with painful, achy muscles.
Even when you alternate between sitting and standing workstations, pain can creep up by the end of the day.
Taking the time to stretch your shoulders, wrists, fingers, back, neck, and legs periodically throughout the day can cut down on long-term work-related muscle soreness and stiffness.
Take a look at the illustrated stretches below to learn some go-to desk stretches, the team here found them quick and easy to do and hope you do too!
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