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15 Ways to Stop Being So Sedentary at the Office

Cheapism Logo By Mia Taylor of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 16: With each passing decade, fewer and fewer Americans have physically active jobs. Sedentary jobs have increased more than 80 percent since 1950, according to the American Heart Association. These tips from personal trainers, physicians, and award-winning athletes, including their favorite fitness products for the workplace, can help workers stay active when stuck in an office. "It's important to be intentional about creating healthy habits and routines at the office, because we spend such a significant amount of time at work," says Tyler Spraul, head trainer at Exercise.com.

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With each passing decade, fewer and fewer Americans have physically active jobs. Sedentary jobs have increased more than 80 percent since 1950, according to the American Heart Association. These tips from personal trainers, physicians, and award-winning athletes, including their favorite fitness products for the workplace, can help workers stay active when stuck in an office. "It's important to be intentional about creating healthy habits and routines at the office, because we spend such a significant amount of time at work," says Tyler Spraul, head trainer at Exercise.com.

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