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Today's quick office fitness exercise can be done in less than two minutes. Surely you have time for such a quick break! If you have extra time, go back to the library of workplace fitness exercises on the AccountingWEB site, and choose some other exercises to add to your routine.


Gail Perry
Editor-in-Chief
editor@accountingweb.com
The Quadriceps Stretch
The Quadriceps Stretch is a great way to reduce the tension and improve the flexibility in the front of the thigh. With this exercise, you will notice an immediate decrease in your overall tension level.
  1. Stand next to a chair or a wall, and place your hand on it for balance.
  2. Raise one foot backwards by bending your knee and grasping the foot with your free hand. Don't lean forward.
  3. Gently pull your leg back and press your foot against your buttock until you feel a stretch in the front part of your thigh.
  4. Hold this position for 30-45 seconds.
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