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Office exercise 4 of 12: Bend arms at the elbow. Bring one foot up toward your rear end while straightening your arms so that your hands are down when your foot is up.
Office exercise 12 of 12: Lap your block or a floor of your office. Try for a pace of 100 steps per minute, which is easy if you don't stop to play with tchotchkes on other people's desks.
Office exercise 5 of 12: Just like hamstring curls, except you lift your knee up in front as your arms go down.
Office exercise 3 of 12: Keep marching and leaning. With your elbows bent and fists together in front, move your arms back like wings. Try to touch your shoulder blades together.
Office exercise 2 of 12: While marching in place, bend at the hips, about 45 degrees. Bend your elbows, then extend them behind you as if you are lifting weights.
Office exercise 10 of 12: Make sure you have space in front of you. Bend into a half-squat with your arms behind you, then jump and swing your arms up as if you're celebrating.
Office exercises 6 of 12: Sweep arms above your head and down again as you step side-to-side. Actually yelling ''Hallelujah!'' is optional.
Office exercises 7 of 12: While rocking foot to foot, punch with alternating arms. To reduce elbow stress, try not to fully straighten your arm.
Office exercise 8 of 12: Place hands on edge of desk, shoulder width apart, legs out behind you. Push off with as much force as you can.
Office exercise 9 of 12: Place hands on edge of desk, shoulder width apart, legs out behind you. Push off with as much force as you can.
Office exercise 11 of 12: With your legs out in front of you, grab the edge of a chair (or desk) and lift yourself down and back up. At the end, you'll be conveniently back in your seat.
The church's compromise has sparked the ire of Episcopalians who are both for and against same-sex marriage.
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