The French publication Stiletto Magazine features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk in the April 2010 edition.

Rogue Magazine (Philippines) selects the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk as a TOP TEN FITNESS PRODUCT 2010 (April 2010 edition)

The Greece edition of Elle Magazine reviews the health and beauty benefits of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk in their May 2011 edition.

Ignites Magazine reveiws the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk as an affordable alternative for the sedentary occupations in the mutual fund industry.

TrekDesk Treadmill Desks featured in American Fitness Magazine.

 

Exercise science professor tests walk-study hypotheses with Rutgers students

By Fredda Sacharow

Brandon Alderman is researching whether low-intensity exercise favorably influences job productivity.

Studies increasingly indicate that exercise is good for your heart, your cholesterol, and your waistline. Now one Rutgers researcher is out to prove it’s also good for your employer’s bottom line.

Study moves work from desk to treadmill

by Erin Rosacker

You've heard about walking and chewing gum. This project takes that a bit further. Researchers at the Nutrition and Wellness Research Center (NWRC) are conducting a study to evaluate a "TrekDesk treadmill desk" that enables people to walk while handling typically sedentary tasks -- such as reading and responding to emails -- on a treadmill equipped with a desk.

Greg Welk, associate professor in kinesiology, said the desks at the NWRC are very popular among his staff members.

Doctor moves West and makes radical changes in her lifestyle

BY JIM HART
The Sandy Post, Jul 27, 2011

Jean Riquelme, M.D., stands on her treadmill, which is under the only desk in her office, a TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. Riquelme uses the treadmill while working at her desk as a part of her weight-loss exercise program.

Can you imagine walking at your desk while you work? Rob Marsh can, and does. Marsh, a real-estate broker, purchased something called a "TrekDesk" (a combination desk-treadmill) with his own money because, after a 25-year career spent mostly sitting at a desk and enduring lower-back pains that he attributes to that sedentary work regimen, he decided it was time for a change. As you'll read in "Making Moves,"