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Proper posture pleaseStart paying closer attention to your habits and the positions you’re in throughout the day while behind your desk. Are you slouching and squinting at your screen, or sitting up with your monitor in the proper place? Check out these tips for a comfortable workspace and how to follow “office ergonomics.”Take a standJust because the majority of your work takes place behind a desk doesn’t mean you have to sit from 9-5. Check out a computer stand that will take your desk to new heights. Alternating from a sitting position to standing upright can significantly impact not only your posture and physical health, but also your demeanor and energy level.Leave at lunchYou may be tempted to work through lunch and eat while sitting at your desk, but opt outside. Use your break wisely and stretch your legs and get some Vitamin D. Even if you don’t have time to hit the gym, take a walk outdoors and give yourself a mental break.Purchase a pedometerJump on the Fitbit trend and start counting those steps! That way you’ll be paying closer attention to your physical activity when you’re away from your desk. Studies have found that professionals who are mostly sedentary benefit greatly from pedometers and see an increase in physical activity. 87SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
This may be surprising to fans in New York because Tanaka missed a month of the season last year after he hurt both of his hamstrings running the bases at a National League ballpark where there is no DH. Tanaka finished the season 12-6 with a 3.75 ERA with 159 strikeouts in 156 innings.Tanaka is a career .038 hitter with one hit in 26 at-bats. He has one sacrifice bunt, one run scored and one walk. Didi Gregorius injury update: Yankees SS (elbow) begins throwing program, big step in rehab MLB is considering the use of a universal DH in upcoming seasons. It has been reported that the possibility is becoming more and more likely. Related News This might come as a surprise to Yankees fans but Masahiro Tanaka doesn’t want the designated hitter spot to be universal.”When you look at it I grew up where baseball was played by nine guys, meaning basically the pitcher would hit also, and I really enjoyed that baseball,” Tanaka told reporters through a translator at spring training on Tuesday, via ESPN. Manny Machado rumors: Yankees remain in play; Padres have been ‘very aggressive’ with offer