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What are some easy Work-lunch substitutes/suggestions

Teri asked this question Apr 12th, 2011 11:54 am

What about adjustments as a working person. Some of the stuff is not going to be able to be taken or had at work. Also, I have an injured knee

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Kelly Turner

While at work, you usually don't have much equipment to use. Add to that the fact you have a knee injury, and your options for a lower body workout are even more limited.
I would suggest investing in resistance band. You can do lower body exercises like leg lifts, donkey kicks, calf raises and hamstring curls against the resistance band without too much pressure on your knees and the band can easily fit into a drawer or be stashed under your desk.
If you can't bend your knees at all, you are probably better off avoiding lower body exercises until your doctor tells you it is OK. A physical therapist can also suggest some lower body strengthening exercises that won't worsen, and could possibly even improve, your specific injury.

posted on Apr 14th, 2011 12:50 pm