desk. Tuesday , January 03rd , 2017 - 09:11:29 AM
Creative thinkers are messy. Creative thinkers tend to have messy desks. In January 2006, a study of hundreds of CEO's indicated that the highest scorers in innovation and risk-taking scored lowest on organizational and neatness skills. Creative people organize their desks intuitively to correspond with the way their minds organize information, and studies suggest that people with messy desks have great career potential.
This is a static (or motionless exercise) where you assume the same position you did to do a push-up on the ball (with your arms straight out). Hold in that position for as long as you can or a count of 60 then relax. Repeat this for 3 sets total.
During your break, place the ball in front of you while you are kneeling. Grasp the ball in front of you and extend your arms until they are straight. If your arm strength is low your can do this on your knees. As you gain strength over several weeks you can graduate to extending your legs straight, balance on your toes, and extend your arms. If you have good arm strength already you could perform the movement with your feet elevated on a chair with the ball a little in front and under you.
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