I wonder what do you do if you have computer job where you work 8 hours a day to be more active, assuming WFH
Training sessions in the middle of the day?
A lot of breaks for walks? where are those walks going?
Just warming up once in a couple of hours?
Crazy desk setups with a treadmill? Standing desk?
What's your approach in a battle against sedentary lifestyle WFH anon ?
>training sessions in middle of the day
>taking walks; where do you go
wherever i want, at worst i walk to a spot and make a loop.
get a standing/conversion desk
Do jumping jacks every 30 minutes
How ever many you feel nessecary
Don't want to sit back down shirt of breath and sweaty
im so sick of hearing about peoples work from home computer jobs on here.
I work an in person desk job. I lift weights before work and train Muay Thai after. I also go on 2 20 min walks on my breaks every day. End up averaging around 10k steps a day. It’s not impossible man. The walking alone will help a lot.
If you have an angled desk you could try corner dips
I NEED ASIAN PUSSY
I do tucked l sits in the office chair
How do I get a wife like her?
> be white
> wait two still minutes
wtf is that second step? I've already got the first one done
>have no idea what a still minute is
>How do I get a wife like her?
If you want a wholesome trad wife, be asian.
If you want a degenerate race mixing slut, be white.
I'm white but want a trad asian wife.
Trad means traditional, marrying within the same race and producing pure breed children. Just like it has been traditionally done for millenia.
> Traditional is le within race.
Fact check no its not, pure virgin (as far as woman's hymen goes) and marriage accepted by parents of said woman, that's it.
Is that how you cope?
> Implying you can't get an asian waifu for raifu who wants you to breed and impregnate white women while she watches.
Man, your dick must be small to rely on memes.
this is huge cope for betraying the white race
you can't have jungle fever and pretend you care about whites
>preventing somenoe from having 100% asian baby by instead making that woman have a 50% white baby
>destroying the white race
Technically its cutting down the pool of non-whites and increasing the number of people with white genes.
Also, "white" isnt a race you amerimutt mongoloid.
continue to cope gay. your kid will never be white and will resent you when it grows older. the silver lining is you'll never actually find an asian wife, or one at all, so it doesn't really matter.
Cope and seethe racist incel chud. Youll never ever be able to father a child in your life unless you settle for some used up obese trailer trash "white" roastie who has already shat out 6 kids to 6 different fathers.
Its more like a quarter or a pent. baby.
I think mutt babies look demonic
t. Childless BWC enjoyer
Friendly reminder that under your definition of 'trad' it would be considered degenerate for a briton to have children with a saxon, and a germoid to have children with a frenchie.
They are both caucasian european. Asians are completely different.
Doesnt matter. Youre still a degenerate race mixer.
I am NOT going to mix my noble Saxon genes with a filthy burgundian, nice try rabbi
I do my job in like 4 hours, but take my time turning things in. I realistically only do about 18 hours of work a week and the rest of that time I take care of my daily chores and hit a workout whenever I can
There are 16 waking hours in a day. That means you get 8 hours where you are not working to do stuff.
AMWF is the only acceptable mixed race coupling.
"wmaf" isn't statistically weird at all when you think about it. white men embody the most desirable masculine traits, and asian women the most desirable feminine traits. whites have a problem of their own women also being larger and more masculine, while asians have the problem of their men being smaller and too feminine and hairless. pair that with the fact that whites and asians are by far the top of the intelligence food chain and thus share highly similar cultures and values, and you have a recipe for a very obvious successful mix wherever white male and asian female populations are found in close proximity.
>highly similar cultures
even different asian countries have massively different cultures
I work in an office on the highest floor in the building. There's this very rarely used staircase that has a ladder to the roof. I use it to do pull-ups and dead hangs every few hours.
That's literally how people invented sport.
get a walking desk. get used to it no matter what colleagues think. walking is the healthiest thing you can do and sitting is smoking. you dont wanna smoke cigs for 40 years
I walk at times that's don't need my full attention like replying emails and sitting in meetings easily walk 1 to 2 hours a day 15k steps easy as fuck lost a ton of weight easily since covid
You posted a picture of it. Plank exercises are goat for keeping a strong body. Push ups and planking exercises can keep you looking decent and doesn't require much space. Have your calisthenics planned out and don't rest more than 30s between sets.
Most weight lifting really is only for hypertrophy, which itself is an overrated aesthetic, and athletically almost useless. If your lifts aren't also training your stabilizer muscles, they're kind of shit.
Literally no excuses if you WFH.
I work in an office and still take a few minutes every hour or so to do some stretches and go to the kitchen for some water (which obviously isn't far, but it's enough to make sure the blood's still moving a little throughout the day).
Fuck those giant jugs of water people keep at their desks, just get a small glass when you need it, it's such an easy way to force you to stand up and not be staring at a screen for a few moments at regular intervals. Same with stretching, take the opportunity any time your computer's busy thinking, or while your lunch is heating up in the microwave, or while the kettle's boiling etc.
I'd also encourage getting either a varidesk or a seat that forces you to engage your core (wobble stool, knee chair, etc) - neither need be used all day every day though (which may be just as bad for you but idk), it's just about giving your body a little variety.
Occasionally little things will also crop up organically amongst coworkers, where we'll have a daily plank or pushup challenge, or take 5 minutes to stretch/meditate, or go on a walk, etc. Just something a little different to hold our attention and liven things up for a few weeks until it becomes too routine.
I do 8-12k steps a day just from this kinda shit, plus my walk to and from which makes up about half of it. It's not substitute for workouts, but it's still valuable.
I do some morning cardio and then start work an hour earlier so I can get off work earlier too and I'm not too tired to lift. I try to get up and walk around once an hour but usually just walk a small circuit in my neighborhood, like 5 minutes each walk. When the weather is nice I will have one longer walk during lunch break, around 20-25 minutes through a park nearby and back.
The dream compared to me currently... In-person (health) job that basically becomes desk work 95% of the time. 30 minute lunch break if I'm lucky out of a 9-10 hour work day. I'd guess even a regular desk job might be easier to take time outs.
Anyway. Small breaks during the day I stand and stretch out my neck/shoulders/back, and hips, that tighten up otherwise. If its unusually quiet and I have time then some horse stance/deep squats, lunges, arm slides, planks, bridges/tripod bridges. So awkward trying not to get sweaty and then having to re-tuck my shirt, hence only if its unusually quiet and I have the time between patients.
Lunch break is usually more like 20 minutes, I eat standing and try to got for a walk then because I can see the sky for a bit and have 10 minutes straight.
I struggle to be more active than that for the work day. I train for about an hour every night though whether cardio or lifting, and a mobility routine for most days when I get home. Its not ideal but it is what it is, for the money at present. I don't think I could do this long term 5 days a week.
>What's your approach in a battle against sedentary lifestyle WFH anon ?
I think I already have it pretty good so far. I wake up at at 7:40 AM, get to work at 8:00 AM.
I make myself breakfast when I please, same as lunch.
Clock out at 5:00 PM. Go to local calisthenics Park and do some cardio + many bar sets.
On top of this I go hiking every Sunday and I train gymnastics every Saturday.