University of Kentucky Faculty Member Remains Active with the TrekDesk
UK Staffer Walks While She Works With A TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Kathryn Cunningham is an active person. She is a lifelong vegetarian who consumes a healthy diet 95 percent of the time. She enjoys food, and fitting into her clothes remains a priority.
Cunningham is a wife, mother, student, teacher and consultant to faculty and staff members at the University of Kentucky. She's very much like you and me. And like all of us, she found devoting hours a day to exercise to be challenging.However, it was a challenge Cunningham was able to overcome in an innovative way.
Time Magazine's Techland Selects TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Time Magazine's Techland, which reveiws tecnical gadgets and innovations recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.
Kazakhstan Publication Zakon Profiles the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Illustrating its international appeal, TrekDesk Treadmill Desk in featured in Kazakhstan publication Zakon .
Fox New's "Good Day LA" Recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Fox New's "Good Day LA" host Kym Douglas introduces the health benefits of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.
SkyMall Selects TrekDesk Treadmill Desk for Inventor's Corner
SkyMall Magazine names TrekDesk Treadmill Desk to its Inventor's Corner for 1st Quarter of 2010 recognizing it as an innovative way to restore health while working.
Shape Magazine (Germany) Features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
The TrekDesk Treadmill Desk is featured in the German publication of Shape Magazine.
Brazilian Magazine ISTOE Features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
ISTOE, the third largest magazine in Brazil, recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk to its readers.
Corp! Magazine Recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Corp! Magazine, a Michigan based business magazine recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk to Michigan corporations as a way to keep their employees healthy while they work.
Daily Sentinel Reviews the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Trekdesk Treadmill Desk putting focus on waistlines over bottom lines
by Will Godwin
Consider how many hours you spend sitting down and how unnatural that is for your body.
In the past, humans spent thousands of years walking up to 30 miles a day searching for food. Nowadays, if you work at a desk, you might easily spend five hours seated per day. Add in time commuting, eating, and on the sofa. Then throw in a long vacation trip by car or airplane or just relaxing at home in a lawn chair. Chances are good that you spend more big blocks of time sitting than any of your ancestors ever did, unless they rowed a Roman galley or carved heiroglyphs.
Posted: Sunday, September 19, 2010 2:00 am
IBM Systems Magazine Recommends the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
Walk While You Work (Novermer, 2010 IBM Systems Magazine)
Why make time for exercise when you can walk during your 8:00 to 5:00 shift? Arizona-based TrekDesk has created the Treadmill Desk so you can do just that. Some businesses have discovered that walking while working results in increased productivity, weight loss, improved moods, disease prevention, stress reduction, anger management, less absenteeism, and reduced health care costs, says TrekDesk Founder Steve Bordley.