Think your cab is just for driving? Think again. Your cab can be more than your office on wheels; it can be your mobile fitness sanctuary. Let’s talk about turning those breaks and downtime into opportunities for movement and wellness.

Chair Exercises or Drivers Seat Exercises


Who says you need a gym? There’s plenty you can do right in your driver’s seat. From seat squats to arm stretches and steering wheel grip exercises, these moves keep the blood flowing and your muscles engaged.


3 Move To Try Out Today From The Drivers Seat


1.Upper Back Stretch: Interlace your fingers and press your palms away from you at shoulder height. Round your back and drop your head. Relax your shoulders and press your palms right and left to release the upper back.

2. Nerve Glides: Sit tall, drop your right arm at your side, and flex through the palm. Tip your head to the left shoulder and relax the shoulders down. Gently use the left hand to draw down on the side of the head and open the neck. Move your head slightly front and back to find the stretch and hold for 30 seconds. Repeat the opposite side.

3.Seat Belt Spinal Twist: Sit tall, and as you exhale, twist to the right, focusing on slowly twisting up your spine from bottom to top and, finally, rotating in the shoulders, neck, and eyes. Open and lift the chest, breathe for 30 seconds, and repeat the opposite side.

Portable Equipment

Invest in resistance bands or a yoga mat. These lightweight and easy-to-store tools open up many exercise opportunities, from stretching to strength training, right in the comfort of your cab or just outside.

Mindfulness and Breathing

Fitness isn’t just physical. Mental health exercises can be done anywhere, and practicing mindfulness or deep-breathing techniques can greatly reduce stress, keeping you focused and calm.

Turning your cab into a sanctuary of fitness is not just about physical health but mental well-being, too. Make your space work for you; it’s your journey, health, and sanctuary.