If you work in an office environment, you probably spend most of your day sitting down staring into a glaring screen. Staying in this position is bound to give you and your body some grief. While you may feel inclined to push through the pain, ignoring aches will catch up to you sooner than later.
There are plenty of ways to combat constant back pain in the office, from maintaining an ergonomically friendly workstation to using back pain relief products. Stretching is another solution to your stiffness, with a number of joint-and-muscle-loosening exercises available to help get your sore back in shape. The simple activity of stretching out your torso, reaching to the sky, or touching your toes will do wonders for your back pain. Don't worry, we've got your back on this. Here are five great sitting stretches to throw into your regular workday routine.
Sitting Sun SalutationHuffington Post Canada/ Sabrina Campolucci
Glute StretchesHuffington Post Canada/ Sabrina Campolucci
Seated Spinal TwistHuffington Post Canada/ Sabrina Campolucci
Shoulder SqueezeHuffington Post Canada/ Sabrina Campolucci
Side StretchesHuffington Post Canada/ Sabrina Campolucci
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