Having a stressful day? How about doing some abdominal work in your chair? It is simple, painless, and you get to practice your breathing.
Position: Sit in your chair with feet shoulder width a part. Keep your abdominal muscle tight, shoulder relaxed, and place your hands behind your head.
Movement: Keeping your elbows pointed outwards (directions eat and west). Slowly bend forward (hip hinge) and contracting your abdominal (exhale). Goal is to try to get our head a close or touching your knees. Slowly return to start position. Repeat as many times as your schedule permits or until you have released stress (smile).
Benefits: Strengthen and tone your abs and provide trunk (core) stability.
I urge you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy, and acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service of worship” (Romans 12:1).