Afternoon slumps that even espresso can’t ward off, distracting “water cooler” chats you can’t help but butt your head into, ridiculously uncomfortable office chairs, and not a moment of silence.
It’s no surprise that the average worker is only productive for 2 hours and 53 minutes during every eight-hour shift — or just 36% of their workday.
But the answer isn’t noise-canceling headphones, Mozart tracks on a loop, fidget spinners in your top desk drawer, or a daring (and pink-slip-worthy) 15-minute nap in the breakroom.
These statistics and research tidbits prove once and for all that exercise can improve work productivity (as if we needed to convince you to hit the gym and pump iron!).[Read more…] about Exercise Improves Work Productivity (Research & Statistics)