Why is it Important to Exercise When You Work in an Office?

Adam WilkieMobile Personal Training in London

Mobile personal trainer working out with a client.

Do you work in an office all day? Struggling to find time to exercise? No matter your field of work, looking after your health and well-being is always important. When you work in an office all day, it is crucial that you take the time to exercise and work on your fitness. Many adults around the UK spend as many as 7 to 10 hours a day stationary, so it is no wonder that our health is affected. Why not hire a private personal trainer? With the help of a personal trainer, you can change your life and reach all your fitness goals!

When you hire a private personal trainer from PGPT we come to you at a time and place to best suit you, this means you can make the most of your time and easily fit exercise into your schedule. We have helped many CEO’s, Directors and Managers reach their fitness goals and combat the effects of working long hours at a desk.

“With fantastic leadership from Pete, the whole team at PGPT has been amazing in their expertise, knowledge and support as I embarked on my focused fitness and nutrition journey.” – Michelle. 

Health Complications

While sitting at a desk all day may be unavoidable, it is important that you are aware of the health risks involved. Studies have found that sitting down all day, and high levels of inactivity are linked with obesity, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer as well as early death. As you can see, living an inactive lifestyle carries some serious health risks, which is why it is vital that you incorporate fitness into your busy lifestyle.

Slowed Metabolism

If you find yourself sitting at your desk all day, every day with very little physical activity in your life, your metabolic rate will decrease rapidly. When your metabolism decreases, your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure is affected. Furthermore, it also affects your body’s ability to break down body fat.

Change Your Lifestyle

If you work in an office, it is likely that you spend the majority of your day sitting down at a desk. You may also find yourself working longer hours than other non-desk jobs, leaving you very little time to get up and move around. With very little free time on your hands, exercise may be the last thing on your mind, but getting up and working out is vital to ensure that you live a healthy, long life. For more tips on how to make your healthy a priority check out our last post.

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Change your life with the help of a personal trainer from PGPT.

An easy way to get up more often while at work is to stand up and walk abut while on the phone, or even stand up while working, by placing your laptop or computer higher up. These small changes are a great way to kick start your healthy office life.

It is recommended that adults exercise for at least 150 minutes a week in order to reduce the risks brought on by inactivity. By incorporating fitness into your routine, you can improve your health and well being in no time at all.

Hire a Private Personal Trainer From PGPT

With the help of mobile personal training in London, you can incorporate fitness into your daily routine, with little disruption to your current routine. By finding a time and a place to suit you, a personal trainer can improve your health. Whether you work out in the office at lunch, or while the kids are at football, a personal trainer can help you. Get in touch to find out more about how a personal trainer can help you.

Adam Wilkie

Adam Wilkie is our marketing manager who is the creative mind in the PGPT team! He works on developing the services we provide and the way they are promoted. Adam works with Peter and Nikki on the helpful information we provide online through our website and social media!

Adam Wilkie is our marketing manager who is the creative mind in the PGPT team! He works on developing the services we provide and the way they are promoted. Adam works with Peter and Nikki on the helpful information we provide online through our website and social media!