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Get your daily dose of exercise even if you're working all day long. Try this tip from Gregory Florez, personal trainer and CEO of Fitness First Inc.:
"Sit on a stability ball to strengthen your core, and keep dumbbells or exercise tubing at your desk. Squeeze in 12 to 15 reps of exercises like dumbbell curls, overhead presses, and ab crunches; aim for two or three sets of each. This gives you more free time to fit in fun workouts like biking or tennis."The 10-Minute Workout You Can Do at Your Desk