Oregon's Sandy Post Article Features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk
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.
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|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,"|
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