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The Stretch at Work Office Workout

Stretching Exercises For Computer Users

Stretch At Work is interactive exercise software for office workers that guides viewers through a series of relaxing stretching exercises designed to relieve stress and reduce muscle tension associated with long hours of computer use that can aggravate fibromyalgia and cause carpal tunnel syndrome, neck and shoulder pain, lower back and hip pain, and headaches.

More Than 60 Stretching Exercises You Can Do At Your Desk

Developed by Dr. Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC, the Stretch At Work CD-ROM can be programmed at selected intervals to remind computer users to take a stretch break during work to relieve the muscles most commonly involved in repetitive strain injuries (RSI). More than 60 different stretches are organized into 12 video segments performed by live models on location at historic Taos Pueblo, a World Heritage Site in New Mexico. With the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains as a backdrop, Stretch At Work transports computer users to a virtual spa vacation beneath expansive blue skies and towering mountains.

Woman stretching at desk

Stretch Your Way to Relief from Pain Caused by Prolonged Computer Use

Effective, user-friendly exercises include classic myofascial stretches, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, and Yoga segments designed to help improve general fitness and well being by increasing circulation, relieving muscle strain, boosting energy, and reducing stress. Click here to download a free trial of Stretch at Work and start stretching your way to healthier computing.

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