Jog huge distances at your desk without even realizing !
Easily beat your 10,000 steps per day target !
Zap flab before it fixes to your waist !
Check your volume setting before playing videos.
Another fifteening.com tool that helps people move more.
THE NEW TREND IS TO WORK "SIT-STAND", so from time to time put your computer on a box, and jog on the spot.
THE INSANE MATH OF JOGWORKING ! 180 steps per minute, counting 0.5 meter per step, for 8 hours, is 42 kms !
Yes, a MARATHON ! But you're at work, so better jog briefly and frequently during the day, and do just a few kms.
SIT-STAND DESKS ARE THE TREND, BUT... when we stand, we still get blocked and hunched, so we still need to do some Fifteening Moves to move all our body, and some Jogworking to pump the blood back up from the legs.
IF you're a runner... CORRECT your RUNNING BIO-MECHANICS as you work. How's that for multi-tasking ?
Jogworking helps correct INGRAINED RUNNING INEFFICIENCIES, which we all have, such as heel-stomping, off-ball, bow-legs, knock-knees, no-toes, rigid-ankles, backward slump, forward hunch, foot-drag, slow gait, too long stride, gait overloading, tight fists, stiff neck... now you can fix them easily at your workplace.
RELEASE TENSION in your muscles and tendons regularly with these moves...
"Walk in goo" (knees high, toes down), "Kick yourself" (with your heels), "Ballerina pointe" (hurts).
To avoid bobbing up and down, jog with toes glued to floor. This will still squeeze dirty toxins out of your body-cells.
SOCIAL JOGWORKING and VIRTUAL JOGATHONS and INTER-OFFICE BONDING
Create a joint social page where you can post your "runs", share mini-videos, or video-conference. Virtual jogathons are a great way to get to know distant colleagues. Jog on the spot at approximately 180 BPM. Multiply 180 by the minutes you jogged by 0.5 meter per "step" to get your kilometers (to convert kms to miles, divide by 8 and multiply by 5).
BEST RHYTHM is 180 steps per minute (SPM), also called beats per minute (BPM). All these videos are 180.
THE SILENT PACER
180 bpm 10,000 steps/hour
DON'T DO THIS AT WORK
Most phones have a step-counter you can leave on all the time. It's really useful to know how close you are to the recommended 10,000 steps per day. There are also lots of apps that count steps too.