Dr. Andrew Weil, the most trusted alternative health advisor in America today, offers his opinions and those of his editorial director Brad Lemley on the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. Click here to read more.

Oct 11, 2010 (The Philadelphia Inquirer - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- The newspaper business has its excitement, but it's awfully sedentary. I sit when I interview people. I sit when I transcribe notes. I sit when I write. In a typical day, I sit in front of a computer six to eight hours.

Rutgers University joins the growing list of prestigious universities using the TrekDesk to analyze the health and productivity benefits of walking while working. Click here to read the what Rutgers is doing with the TrekDesk treadmill desk.

Feature article in The Week Magazine focuses on the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

AARP's production Inside E Street focuses on the use of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk at a Washington D.C. based travel firm.

The Chicago Tribunes sings the praises of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. Click here to read their article on the TrekDesk treadmill desk.

LiveStrong.com recommends the TrekDesk as a unique product to lose weight and prevent back problems. Click here to read what Lance Armstrong's production had to say about the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

TrekDesk recognized for health benefits offered through walking and working is selected by Scientific American to its annual Top 10 list. Click here to read why TrekDesk treadmill desk made their Top 10 2010 Gadget Guide list. 

U S News & World Report article on affordable ways of staying healthy without breaking the bank spotlights the TrekDesk and calls it a "fitness splurge worth the money." Click here to read the article on the TrekDesk treadmill desk.

TrekDesk, an essential health product for business, school or home office use is recognized by Forbes Magazine. Click here to ready why Forbes called the TrekDesk treadmill desk "one of the best office luxuries available anywhere."