2 Minute Sequence for People Who Sit Too Much

This is a super powerful sequence to do to combat all of the problems associated with sitting too much, such as:

– tight hips
– poor posture
– sleepy glutes
– sleepy core

If you work at a desk, do it throughout the day to ensure you’re preventing the ill effects of sitting.

If you thought this video was helpful let me know with a Like/Thumbs Up and I’d appreciate it if you shared this video with everyone you know who works an office job or sits too much!

And if your hips are a snarled up mess, then get the program below to fix them up:

>> Click Here To Unlock Your Tight Hips

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mirek
mirek
4 years ago

Hey,
I do 1-3 exercises each 30 min. All I know and want to do . Two day of it, third one is free. All day till last meal. It’s also about metabolism, I believe, it’s very effective. My favourite exercise is swining legs and core ones.

Thanks 🙂

mirek
mirek
5 years ago

hey, years of very hard workouts, as a” solution for sitting too much,” stretching twice a day, my God !!!!!
That.’s my bad karma, why I didn’t know this years ago ?
Thanks :))

Nigel Griffiths
Nigel Griffiths
6 years ago

Briliant! Best lunge combo I’ve tried! Legs, Breathing AND Back in one!

Nate
Nate
6 years ago

Hey Eric,
Thanks for the video this one looks very useful! I drive all day for work and it’s really taken a toll on me. Changing careers soon though so hopefully this won’t be an issue anymore lol.

Hulabunny
Hulabunny
6 years ago

Thank you for this, I am always looking for quick things I can do at work to counteract all the sitting I do. This is not the greatest sequence for someone wearing a skirt. Would you be able to put together a dress-friendly sequence for the ladies? 🙂

Jamie
Jamie
6 years ago

It’s really helped me cheers eric

Dave Patterson
Dave Patterson
6 years ago

Eric, great tip thanks. I will add this to my advanced mobility routine as well. I really like your HFS program. I am hopeful I can ultimately get into the deep squat position and improve the height of my side kicks. Keep the videos coming!

Eric
6 years ago
Reply to  Dave Patterson

That’s my hope for you too, Dave.

H. James Young
H. James Young
6 years ago

Sometimes I comment and times I don’t, therefore, I’m compelled to share this comment. I do appreciate this 2 minute solution to sitting a lot or some. Other expert want you to buy a ccomplete program, as opposed to sharing a few helpful tips.

The Programs (HFS, Fight Deck, Pillars, etc) purchased from your systems are informative and easy to follow, and more importantly, are effective.

I have decided to use a very large percentage of your symtem programs, and a very small percentage of other experts.

I know all experts to include me want people to buy and use our various products–that’s part of doing business. This is a given.

The only thing I was not doing was the overhead arm extension, the reverse lunge and alternating twist was part of my routine. Thanks for sync-ing it all. Ous

Eric
6 years ago
Reply to  H. James Young

I thank you for your patronage and think that focusing on absorbing as much as you can from a few key people is much more effective than absorbing a little from a lot of different people.

Quietstorm
6 years ago
Reply to  Eric

FYI–I been using the routine, and it feels great. I have my alarm to have me get up from the desk every hour to do 6-8 reps.

stephen bartlett
stephen bartlett
6 years ago

good info. I really enjoy your videos since I have always had tight hips. 1 question: I can’t bend my right toe very much. is there a way to get around this? I would really like to be able to do a lunge. thx, srb

Eric
6 years ago

Tough to say, but you might need some intense manual therapy as toes are stubborn little creatures, especially if you haven’t done anything about it for a long time.

Mary
Mary
6 years ago

Hey Eric,
I totally get this, and it’s great.

What is a rep considered? Is it one each side; then repeat for X times? Or do X times on one side, then X on other? (kind of assuming first, yeah?)

Thanks!

Eric
6 years ago
Reply to  Mary

1 side with a reach and a twist is a rep.

So if you do 10 reps, that’s 5 per side.

Feel free to do more, up to 10 reps per side.

But don’t go into fatigue, that’s not the point!

forest hevener
forest hevener
6 years ago

Thanks for the 2 minute lunge combo video, sitting in a truck all day kicks my ass, putting your video right to work!