Working on the Ball

Working on the Ball

A Simple Guide to Office Fitness

Book - 2006
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People today are spending more time at work and less time being active, whether by sitting in front of a computer all day or in a car battling grueling traffic-or both Working on the Ball solves this problem by providing an innovative, playful approach to fitness, no gym shoes or expensive club membership required. Authors Jane Clapp and Sarah Robichaud, both fitness professionals, don't take themselves-or readers-too seriously. They offer a fun, reasonable routine that any office worker can follow from day one. Hour by hour, the authors take readers through a full day of 'active sitting, ' using a stability ball as a chair, and provide guidance for making healthy choices in the workplace. Also included are photographs to help illustrate each exercise and plenty of encouragement, motivation, and coaching. The authors even offer tips on after-work stress management and other health subjects. Among the book's topics are: evaluating your posture choosing a ball stability ball safety avoiding eye strain and brain drain desk setup healthy snackingWorking on the Ball makes a great gift or a quick pick-me-up for oneself.
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : Andrews McMeel Pub., c2006.
ISBN: 9780740756993
Branch Call Number: 613.71
Characteristics: 186 p. : ill. ; 16 cm.
Additional Contributors: Robichaud, Sarah


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