I've lost fifty-five pounds over the last two years and feel that standing/walking at my TrekDesk has allowed me to maintain that loss without doing much else for exercise outside of my work walking.
Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
AccountingWeb, a leading informational resources for accountants, reported last year on Cindy Mayhak’s novel approach to fitness, walking while working with a TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. This week they re-visited their report to check on Cindy’s progress in an article titled “Keep on Trekkin”.
Cindy, a job cost accountant with Paul Davis Restoration in Vancouver, Washington, faced the challenges of a full time job, raising three children and a 30 mile daily commute. She simply did not have any extra time in her day for exercise before discovering the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.
In 2011 with the aid of her TrekDesk Cindy walked a total of 692 miles at her desk and lost 32 pounds. In 2012 she was able to walk 1,165 miles and increased her total weight loss to 55 pounds without ever leaving her desk according to AccountingWEB.
Answering the question regarding the feasibility of walking all day at work Cindy related a fact that surprises many: the human body is designed to stay in motion during the day. “I'm still using the TrekDesk as my only desk. I'm standing at it or walking at it 100 percent of my workday,” she reported. I've lost fifty-five pounds over the last two years and feel that standing/walking at my TrekDesk has allowed me to maintain that loss without doing much else for exercise outside of my work walking. I'm also able to maintain a good base of fitness that allows me to go outside and walk 5ks, 10ks, and half marathon distances without much training at all and no ill effects on my body.”
To read Cindy’s entire interview with AccountingWEB please visit: http://www.accountingweb.com/article/keep-trekkin-–-accounting-pro-still-using-trekdesk/221589
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