As if your Apple Watch hasn't reminded you enough, meeting your daily step count can be tough when you work from home. Ideally, the average person should be aiming for about 7,000 to 10,000 steps a day, which can equal around three to five miles depending on stride length, Omari Bernard, an NSCA- and NASM-certified personal trainer, explained. Since frequent trips from the living room to the kitchen don't always cut it, we decided to ask Bernard for some exercises that'll get us moving. In addition to other activities like standing at your desk, pacing during your work breaks, or climbing the stairs, incorporating these moves into your routine as needed will get your heart rate up and help you meet your step goals. High-Knee March in Place Start standing with both feet underneath your hips and hands on your waist. Raise your left knee into your chest then return it down to the ground. Immediately raise your right knee into your chest to perform the same action. Rep..