Summary: TrekDesk Treadmill Desk was featured nationally this week on Fox & Friends as a great way to walk while working, improve health, extend life and assist in an international aid campaign all at the same time.

TrekDesk Treadmill Desk was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal’s Smart Money video report on the rise in popularity and benefits of treadmill desks. The video spot was titled “Treadmill Desk Puts the Work in Workout.”

The May/June 2012 edition of American Fitness Magazine features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk in an article titled “Walking While You Work”. 

WXII Channel 12 in North Carolina talks about the amazing weight loss success of Dee Rubina and her use of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

MSNBC's Dion Lim reports on Dee Rubina of in North Carolina who walks at work with a TrekDesk Treadmill Desk and has lost 150 lbs and launched an international effort to bring clean water to poor nations with the help of  

TrekDesk treadmill desks continue to spread their message of the importance of movement internationally. The Sydney Herald provides an excellent overview of how to workout at work with a TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

The Fitness seciton of St. Louis today reports on how to workout at work with a TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

By Anica Wong: DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - We’ve all been there before. After sitting at your desk for five hours straight, your vision starts to get blurry, your fingers are covered in potato chip grease, and your thoughts are getting derailed every time someone walks into your office. When you leave for the night, you can’t help but think, “Ugh. I feel gross and unhealthy.”

TrekDesk Treadmill Desk was featured as a unique, effective health solution in Kent Burden's new book, "Is Your Chair Killing You?"

Joanna Michaud staff reporter: The Reflector

Amboy resident Cindy Mayhak works full time in Vancouver, has a family to take care of, including three children and, like numerous other busy people, has found it hard to find time to exercise during the day.

    “Time was tight for being able to exercise,” Mayhak said. “I kept thinking to myself, ‘what can I do?’ ”