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We had a trainer/coach speak at our tri club meeting last night and he said that switching your desk chair for even a few hours a week at work will do wonders for your core. Yes, I wasn't born yesterday and I know people have been doing this for a while, but I haven't been too concerned with it in the past. I guess once a tri coach at a tri meeting finally says it will work your core I decide to listen.<br><br>
Does anyone do this? I certainly do not workout my core as much as I should (generally once a week). Would this make a significant difference in my core strength and stability? If so, it seems like a lot of bang for your buck (i.e. getting a decent workout while it seems like you really aren't working at all).<br><br>
Or is this all just bullhickey and nothing is free and if I want to work on my core, I actually need to work on my core?
 

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My former boss used to do it-she thought it was great, but after a couple of weeks she thought about closing her door b/c people always wanted to talk about it<img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"> At home our stability ball doubles as the desk chair in the 'office.' It is a good way to get in some core work.
 
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