In a recent article entitled “The Cubicle Workout” Australia’s most read newspaper, the Sydney Herald, educated employees Down Under about how to workout at work. TrekDesk treadmill desks were featured as a unique innovation that could positively impact the dire health issues faced in Australia which are a direct result of inactivity at the office and at home. Australia has overweight/obesity rates similar to that found in the United States according to studies done by the World Health Organization. The affiliated health care costs are soaring out of control just as they are here.
TrekDesk treadmill desk was featured this week in St. Louis Today’s (the online version of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch) fitness section, focused on showing individuals how to workout at work and combat the ill effects of sitting at the office all day.
Summary: In a startlingly new study released recently from Cornell University it was learned that obesity accounts for twice as much U.S. health care spending than previously believed. TrekDesk Treadmill Desks offer a unique solution to combat the link between sedentary lifestyles and obesity and believes movement can impact out of control health care costs.
TrekDesk Treadmill Desks have been featured in a range of books from college text books to the Reader’s Digest Health Solution’s “Conquering Heart Attack & Stroke”. Most recently TrekDesk was featured as a potential health solution in Kent Burden’s new book, “Is Your Chair Killing You”.
A new study published in the April issue of the Journal of American College Surgeons reveals how regular walking regimens can benefit energy levels of cancer survivors.