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01/10/2014 at 2:58 am #73729
I’ve got my own office, and people are walking by quite often.
So I don’t get to fancy but with a standing desk I normally put the chair behind me and try to do an informed freestyling version of the couch stretch.
Other options I do are when reading stuff I sit down in my chair put the foot up over my knee and press the knee (on the leg that foot connects) down and try to mobilize external rotation hip.
My favourite is for thoracic spine, I just put my hands (palms down) on my desk, like somewhere between jerkgrip and snatchgrip and just lean forward pushing head through.
You can also try to turn the palms out which will get the chest a bit aswell.