Stand Up and Work Challenge: Day 16

It’s the home stretch of your four-week transition to a standing desk.

Last week you worked up to standing for three hours per day, and by the end of this week you’ll be standing for half of your workday.

You’re putting in some serious time on your feet now, so be sure to check out these fatigue-reducing tips if you find yourself running out of steam.

Ready to get started?

Today’s assignment

Stand for 192 minutes.

How’d it go?

Leave a comment below when you finish your allotted standing time for the day.

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  • Today will probably be my last day doing this in one shot, just because it’s pretty much the entire morning. I wanted to go to lunch a little early but had to hold off.

    I’m still feeling it a little in my back and feet, but after more than three hours, I feel about like I did toward the end of week 1. So I’m definitely adapting gradually.

    In addition to the concentration issues I mentioned last week, I’m also finding that standing has impact on my patience at times. I’m a little more apt to get frustrated with a problem. Likely due to a little extra fatigue and discomfort.

  • Thanks for reminding us of the stretches, today. They really help, especially since our company removed “Office Athlete” from our computers.

    20 minutes to go, and for sure I’m going to make it, today.

  • Is the ultimate goal to stand 4 hrs each day or do people actually stand for the full 8 hours each day. Would standing 8 hours be the healthiest one your body has adapted ? Just curious.. I’m committed to this plan in the ultimate goal of improving my posture and back issues. Thanks everyone

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