I've recently started working from home (moved for wife's job, company wanted to keep me). I'm a software guy, so I spent my day in a chair.
What are some "prehab" exercises that I can do every hour or so at home? I have a couple kettlebells (25lbs, 45lbs), a fair assortment of bands, and a lot of space.
Possibilities so far:
* Wall slides
* Kettlebell swings
* Push ups
* Band pull aparts
* Band external rotations
* TKE's (are these worth anything?)
* Foam rolling
* bodyweight squats
* bodyweight lunges
Suggestions? How careful do I need to be volume on this stuff so it doesn't impact other training? Is this a terrible idea?
Some other notes:
* I don't have any particular issues at the moment, no joint/muscle pain
* I usually do an upper/lower split (5/3/1) and go the gym 4 days/week
* Anything I do should take 5-10 minutes. I do have to work still, but breaks are fine
* There's some good stuff here as well: http://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_article/sports_body_training_performance/deconstructing_computer_guy_the_other_23_hours
Thanks in advance.