Contributed by fitness trainer Adam Steer, ShapeShifter Yoga. “Back in the day” I got to spend most of my time out on the slopes or on the gym floor working with my clients. But as I’ve gradually changed my focus to helping people all over the world by bringing my knowledge to the internet, I’m spending way more time than I’d like in front of a computer screen.
1. Avoid “Desk Jockey Syndrome”
But — knock on wood — my body seems no worse for wear. And that’s surprising, because most of the “desk jockey” clients I work with are plagued by the typical aches and pains associated with sitting all day. Read More→Print This Post