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Oh man! I should have sent out this exercise at the beginning of busy season instead of waiting until now! We all could have been doing this one at our desks for the past three months. Do these stomach isometrics while you work – no one will even know you're exercising!


Gail Perry
Editor-in-Chief
editor@accountingweb.com
Stomach isometrics
In this exercise, the muscles in your stomach contract in the same way as they do during a sit-up. You should feel them move in as you tighten them, and release to an expanded position when you relax. This exercise can be done anywhere.

  1. Sit in a relaxed position in your chair with your feet on the floor, making sure your waist or back does not collapse or arch.
  2. While exhaling, pull in and tighten your stomach muscles.
  3. Relax and inhale.
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