Not only will you be a good Samaritan, you'll also cut minutes off your time in the chair.
If you spend your whole day at a desk, consider full-body workouts that use different body positions. Instead of the stationary bike or a weight circuit that involves lots of sitting, try TRX, kickboxing classes or swimming.
When you get home from work, it's tempting to plop down on the couch. Instead, team up with a buddy to cook an amazing dinner. The more elaborate the meal, the more time you'll spend standing to prepare it (and the more fun you'll have eating it).
You can do a lot better than dinner and a movie. Why not learn the salsa, wander a botanical garden, play laser tag or go hiking? Change it up for more fun and more activity.
Is the conference room really the best place for creativity? To get the creative juices and your heart going, throw around ideas while walking around the block or a nearby park. If you have to stay in the office, opt for a standing session.
Instead of finding your seat immediately at a dinner party, check to see if there's anything you can do to help the host. Grating cheese, chopping vegetables or serving wine to the other guests gives you a great excuse to stay on your feet. You can also encourage guests to mill around and socialize. This way, they'll meet more people than just those beside them at dinner.
While pajamas, a couch, red wine and Gene Kelly movies may be part of sacred female bonding rituals, consider making one meet-up each week an exercise- or standing-based activity. On Saturday, meet up for a run in the park or go window shopping.
On your next night out with friends, your significant other or office buddies, grab a drink at the bar and stay awhile. While those with tired legs can pull up a chair, those who wish to can stand and socialize.