These are the six exercises that any office worker can do at their desk to stay healthy.
The simple moves, including a chest stretch and a chair twist, were designed by physiotherapists who warn that 'sitting is the new smoking'.
They have been released by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) after a survey released last week revealed four out of 10 office employees walk for less than 30 minutes a day.
The poll, from the British Heart Foundation, found a third of people are so tied to their desks they even put off going to the loo.
Now, the CSP is urging people to try to be more active during the work day.
A survey, carried out by the organisation, revealed only 19 per cent of us leave our desks to go outside for a break, and only three per cent of us go to the gym.
This means the vast majority of us are missing out on any kind of physical activity during the day.
Sammy Margo, a spokesperson for the CSP, said: 'Full-time workers spend a significant bulk of their week at work, or travelling to and from it.
'Finding ways to build in time to do at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity, five times a week, can be a challenge.
'Sitting is the new smoking and this issue needs to be taken seriously.'
She added: 'using free facilities like outdoor gyms, or simply going for a brisk walk at lunchtime, can help people to be more active during the day.
'You could also consider getting off the tube a stop early or parking further away from work, walking meetings, standing desks and taking standing breaks.'
Here, she reveals how to try and keep in shape while at your desk....
The chest stretch: Sit forward, point your thumbs to the ceiling and stretch the chest, squeezing the shoulder blades together for 20 seconds
The sit stretch: Perch on the edge of the seat, rest your heel on the floor and lean forward for 20 seconds, stretching the back of the leg
The chair twist: Sit forward and rotate the head and upper body to the right. Use your left hand to take the right arm and cross over the body to stretch the spine
The leg-up: Stand in front of your desk and raise your left leg, lifting the left heel towards the buttock. Grab hold of the back foot and hold the stretch for 20 second, stretching the quads
The wall-press: Stretch out the palms against a wall at shoulder height. Take a step back and engage the stomach muscles, lowering yourself until you are a couple of inches away from the wall, before pushing yourself back up. This is a press up that can be done in the office
Perfect posture: Tips for good posture include sitting with your bottom right at the back of the seat, and relaxing the shoulders so they don't elevate or become round