What Customers are Saying



Yes, I'm writing this review while working on a TrekDesk. I was going to build my own but my wife surprised me with an early Christmas present. Now I'll share what I've learned over the past month of TrekDesk-ing. WORKING WHILE WALKING: Any treadmill desk claims to provide health benefits. I'm su....  Read more - DP (Medford, WI Amazon.com 4 Stars)


I used to sit in front of a computer for 9 hours a day and couldn't lose weight even with regular exercise. I work from home so I was able to buy a TrekDesk and now I walk 4 miles a day while I'm working. I feel so much better and am losing weight. The desk is big and sturdy so it holds my monitor, ....  Read more - Karivan (Amazon.com 5 Stars)


At least 5 miles a day at work (which should blow away my 2010 mileage number of 692 miles at my Trekdesk at work) and maybe a 2nd trekdesk for at home, use it anytime that I want to surf at home, rather than sitting while having computer time at home... :) CM (Vancouver, WA - Facebook Review)


I write at home and wanted an active way to spend my workday. I ordered the treadmill desk because I read clinical trials from MAYO clinic and the Muve website about customer service people walking at 1.5 -2 mph while answering customer calls and working their usually sedentary 8 hour shifts. The Ma....  Read more - KC (Bryn Mawr, PA - Amazon.com 5 Stars)


I used to come home after sitting all day and sit some more. My lifestyle just felt sluggish. And I didn't like the way I felt. I feel that my time spent walking and running throughout the day has helped me to think more clearly. I'm actually increasing my productivity. I used to get really tired ar....  Read more - KC (University of Kentucky - Campus Interview)


When you cross a treadmill with a desk, you get a walking station. These used to be prohibitively expensive, but a company called TrekDesk revolutionized the concept, making a full?service work desk for about $500 that can pair with any treadmill,” stated an editor of USC’s Wellness Department o....  Read more - USC's Wellness Blog  (Los Angeles, CA - "Healthy Trojans")


And the benefits are staggering. You’ll burn an extra 150 calories or so per hour. Most people say that they’re significantly more alert during the day, and they sleep much better at night. So I jumped in. I elected not to buy a $5,000 unit (there are a couple out there), and building one myself....  Read more - MA (Seattle, WA - Uncrunched.com)


There are also a couple of features of the desk itself that make it stand out from the competition. First, I like the fact that you can use virtually any brand of treadmill with the TrekDesk and that’s a real money saver (you can see the best treadmills to use with the TrekDesk here) . With som....  Read more - EE (Online Review)


Below are some of the benefits that I learned while doing my research on the Trek Desk: Our bodies were designed to spend more time upright on our feet, rather than hours spent at a desk chair. Walking while you work lubricates the hips, knees and ankles, improving joint health While you walk, ....  Read more - LR (Online Review)


Desk took about an hour for my husband to assemble with no problems. I've been using this desk about 8 hours a day or more for my remote home office for past 2 weeks and love this desk. I sat for my job in front of the computer for past 6 years and had back/shoulder pain which is all gone now. Desk ....  Read more - NG (South Carolina -Amazon Review 5 Stars)





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