In an article focusing on the momentum of the "anti-sitting movement" the Boston Globe features the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

 
 
 

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette adds to the growing body of evidence urging people to abandon sedentary lifestyles to improve health.

Money Magazine has built a reputation of sound financial advice and education among its readership dating back to 1972.  Their philosophy regarding wealth creation ranges much farther than stocks, bonds and standard investments. Often they report on investments with a capacity for invaluable dividends, such as personal health. In an article entitled “What to do with $1,000 now!” they recommended that their readers feel better and work harder with the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

On the heals of being selected by Forbes.com, in its annual ranking of the “Best Workplace Luxuries”, TrekDesk Treadmill Desk was recently added to ZD Net’s list of “20 Awesome Office Gadgets and Must Haves.”

Forbes.com, in its annual ranking of the “Best Workplace Luxuries”, has once again named the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk as an invaluable product to restore health and lose weight while at the office.

New movement on campus? Universities often embrace new ideas more readily than the general population and that has certainly been the case with the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.

Steve Bordley, CEO of TrekDesk, came up with a design for desk that fits over a treadmill and launched his Scottsdale, Arizona-based company three years ago.

From Silicon Valley to Atlanta, employees are fitting movement and exercise into their days by altering their work environments.

The Sun, United Kingdom’s most widely read newspaper (boasting the 10th largest circulation worldwide) introduced its readers today to a new invention which aims to get overweight workers healthy again by allowing them to walk in the office: the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. 

The ‘Watter’s World’ segment of the O’Reilly Factor cruised the booths of last week’s BlogWorld Expo in New York City reporting on a number of social media technological innovations. One particular innovation designed to keep social media adherents healthy caught the film crew’s eye: the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk.