How Each Generation Exercises At Work

Most of you are constantly on the move during your workday to keep your spa running smoothly and motivating employees. Still, there are days with plenty of desk time when those 10,000 steps seem elusive. Even on those days, it’s still surprisingly easy to work out during the workday, and your age might determine what exercises you choose. According to a survey from FitRated, baby boomers are most likely to take dance breaks or take occasional short walks. If you’re part of Generation X and want to fit in with your peers, walk up and down the stairs or work at a treadmill desk. Millennials choose sit-ups, yoga, and push-ups when they’re sweating at work. Some millennials even opt to jump rope during the workday. Here’s more on how each age group sweats it out at work.

 

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