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

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

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

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

Nate
Nate

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

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

It’s really helped me cheers eric

Dave Patterson
Dave Patterson

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

That’s my hope for you too, Dave.

H. James Young
H. James Young

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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