For well over 100 years now, we have been engineering movement out of our lives through new inventions and improved technology and the TreadDesk is here to put it back in
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) December 14, 2009
TreadDesk Inc. has released a new line of treadmill desks aimed at getting office workers up and moving while still being productive at their desk. This new series allows users to sit or stand up and walk, breaking up the sedentary working position that has many ill side effects.
By combining a very unique treadmill with an adjustable height desk, TreadDesks are becoming the new healthy way to work. With the push of a button the desktop will quickly raise up to a comfortable standing height and then a once sedentary office worker is now free to walk for miles without missing a phone call or email.
"Our goal is to integrate movement back into an office workers day while allowing them to continue being productive" states Jerry Carr, founder of the TreadDesk. Carr went on to say, "For well over 100 years now, we have been engineering movement out of our lives through new inventions and improved technology and the TreadDesk is here to put it back in".
Dr. Molly Davis with Kaiser Permanente began working at a TreadDesk in 2008 and states: "I truly think that this could be the answer to many of today's most pressing health problems: obesity and all of its evil offspring, even many mental illnesses that plague my patients such as depression, anxiety disorders, insomnia and seasonal affective disorder could be greatly reduced if they used a TreadDesk".
Walking on a treadmill is great exercise but it is hard to do for 8 hours a day, which is what makes this new line from TreadDesk different and appealing. "Most of our customers will walk from one to two to miles at a time and then sit down for thirty minutes and then get back at it, which is the ideal way to spend your day by changing your working position" Carr stated.
For additional information on the new TreadDesk line, please visit their website at http://www.treaddesk.com .
If you would like more information on this story, please contact Jerry Carr directly at his office (317) 849-3003, toll free at (877) 444-9288 or email him at jcarr(at)treaddesk(dot)com.