Yesterday, I started my journey to better health on my Stamina 36 inch rebounder. I actually bought the least expensive rebounder that I could find. I still think it has been a great purchase. There are better quality ones out there, but I am enjoying the fact that I didn’t spend a lot to get my bounce on! Check it out by clicking on the picture.
Honestly, I had a ton of fun. I put on my favorite leggings, cranked up Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger and got to jumping! I decided to use light weights with my exercise to maximize the benefit. This helped to really stimulate my lymphatic system. After two workouts yesterday, my legs were sore! My arms and core were sore. Not immensely, but somewhat. During the workout, I was surprised by this because I didn’t feel like I was working out too hard at all.
Surprising Benefits from the Rebounding Workout:
I slept really well at night.
My mood improved considerably after being on the rebounder for just a few minutes.
My concentration and focus was much better for a few hours after rebounding.
My throat seemed to be a bit sore in the morning. This seemed more like a cleansing reaction than the initial symptoms of a cold because after a few minutes the throat improved and that symptom is no longer there.
I worked up a sweat really quickly. Sweating helps to eliminate toxins.
As you can see, even though I haven’t been rebounding for a long period of time, I was able to experience some wonderful rebounder workout benefits. There are plenty of fun workouts on youtube that you can emulate if you get bored with just bouncing. Here is one of my favorite rebound workouts to do. It is great for beginners and only 15 minutes.
My Favorite Online Rebounding Workout
For longer workouts, you may want to purchase one from Amazon. Here are some cool rebounder workouts to check out.
Get your jump on! Better yet, commit to a daily routine of rebounding!
Before you get to far into this post, let me emphasize that I have not yet cured my alopecia universalis. I want to be up front and honest with people. It has been a six year journey of trying and failing to regrow hair. However, I have decided to put my exercise efforts into rebounding for a number of reasons.
It is fun!
People have used rebounding to cure cancer and heal from other diseases.
One of the health benefits of rebounding is to oxygenate the body.
Oxygenating the body helps to reduce inflammation.
Alopecia is simply inflammation of the hair follicles disrupting the growth cycle.
Rebounding helps improve digestion by increasing peristalsis.
Rebounding improves the immune system by stimulating the lymphatic system.
Alopecia Universalis is an autoimmune condition. Improving immune function will help to improve the symptoms of autoimmunity.
Rebounding rids the body of toxins. Toxins often are the cause of autoimmunity.
Before you start telling me to do the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol. I have already tried that. I stuck with it for about three months with no noticeable difference. I did not stick with it because I had a seizure. I have done the raw vegan diet. I stuck with that for six months. I have eliminated gluten and milk for months at a time. I have done the ketogenic diet most recently for about two months. I used nutrition response testing, where they pushed on my arm and tried to detect nutrient deficiencies and correct them with specific supplements, for two years and no hairs grew back. I actually have more energy than most of my friends and feel great. The only problem is that my hairs are refusing to grow and I have the occasional seizure. It bums me out quite a bit.
The latest supplement that I have started taking is Restore4Life. I’m excited by the science behind this product, but I’m a bit cautious about getting my hopes up.
I have something working on the “tight junctions” of my gut and preventing the zonulin from glyphosate and gluten from further damaging the lining of my gut and allowing it to leak and wreak havoc with my immune system. I have been taking Restore for about seven and a half weeks now. While I’m not seeing a lot of results just yet, I’m optimistic because this morning I saw a few non-terminal pubic hairs. What are non-terminal hairs? They are white hairs. I’ve seen more than I have ever seen on a diet before, so that is encouraging.
I want to turn my results around and make this work, which is why I am sharing my experience with you. Now that I have a supplement that is working on my gut and nutrient deficiencies, I’m going to focus my exercise efforts on rebounding!
I read up on how Chris Wark beat cancer. He did have surgery, but he also rebounded three times a day. His diet was whole foods based. Most of the foods that I currently consume are green veggies and meats, so I’m not going to stress out any more about my diet. I will be rebounding as much as I possibly can during the day though.
There are a wealth of workouts and rebounding videos online. This morning, my inspiration came from this cute lady teaching people how to rebound and use weights at the same time. As I listened to her, her message really resonated with me. I am trying to fix a condition that not a lot of people have. I think I will have success as I stick with rebounding and restore.
I whipped out some light weights this morning, and turned on this youtube video and got to exercising. I rebounded for about half an hour and walked for about half an hour on my treadmill. I will share my results with you online.
I am a serial dieter. Part of the reason for this is due to the fact that I have epilepsy and alopecia universalis. I’m always trying to up my health to optimal levels. My theory is that once you obtain optimal health, your health problems disappear. For the most part, that has been true for me. I no longer deal with asthma or eczema. My seasonal allergies, which used to trigger massive asthma attacks, are almost non-existent. I haven’t found the “magic bullet” to trigger hair regrowth after losing my hair six years ago. That is a huge disappointment for me. When I don’t see an improvement in my hair regrowth after a couple months, I tend to give up on whatever diet I’m doing. I’ve done the Autoimmune Paleo diet, Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet, Blood Type Diet, Vegan, Vegetarian, Raw Vegan and now ketogenic. The only diet that was relatively ineffective for me was the raw vegan diet. I lost too much weight on that and looked sickly. However, you learn something every time you try something.
This last week, I slid off my diet. I’m doing the ketogenic diet. One thing that I’ve discovered by doing the ketogenic diet is that fat isn’t necessarily going to make you fat. My weight on the ketogenic diet actually fluctuated based on my activity level more than anything. I also learned how to love greens and get creative with the few carbs that I was allowed on the diet.
This week, I’m working on going back on the ketogenic diet. I’m going to start on Saturday. The reason for this is that it is the day that I shop for food. The key to successfully staying on a diet is having a plan. What are you going to eat when you start feeling bored and want a snack? What are you going to eat for breakfast? Will you make breakfast for the week or each day? Another great tip is to stock up on your favorites that are allowed on the diet. For me, that means bacon for breakfast and cream cheese and celery for snacks. While I love a good pot roast for dinner meals, I did that last week and will be buying a chicken this week to use in my fabulous power pressure cooker.
Tuesday lunch: Salad with tuna, celery and cream cheese
Tuesday dinner: Chicken casserole
Wednesday Breakfast: Bacon, sauteed spinach, mushrooms and onions
Wednesday lunch: Salad, deviled eggs
Wednesday dinner: chicken casserole
Thursday breakfast: bacon and sauteed veggies
Thursday lunch: salad with salmon and nuts and cheese
Thursday dinner: steamed spinach and Tilapia
Friday breakfast: bacon and deviled eggs
Friday lunch: salad with tuna fish, celery and cream cheese
Friday dinner: chicken stir fry with broccoli, peppers, onions, mushrooms
I don’t eat dessert everyday. I have lost a lot of the sugar cravings that most people have. Once I start eating a sweet, they come right back though. That’s why I slipped off my diet. It was so delicious and I’m not going to beat myself up over it though. So, what do I plan on for a sweet treat? Panna cotta! Seriously low in carbohydrates and easy to make!
1 can coconut milk
2 tablespoons of gelatin
2 tablespoons of zero carbohydrate sweetener
Lemon juice from one lemon and the zest of one lemon
Directions: Pour coconut milk into a pan, while stirring, slowly add the two tablespoons of gelatin. Add 2 tablespoons of sweetener (or to taste). Add the lemon juice and zest. Bring to a boil. Take off the heat and pour into dessert dishes. Refrigerate for 2 hours. Makes 5 servings.
This satisfies my sweet tooth and cuts down on cravings! Here are the products that I personally use to make this sweet treat
Once you have your plan for your diet, it becomes easy to stick with it. If you know that you are one of those people that is easily tempted by the bakery at the corner, make a plan to avoid that. Avoid the kitchen. You will eat less. Another great tip that I have learned over the years is that positive affirmations work! Stick inspirational posters up, write post it notes to yourself, say affirmations. It will help you focus on eating the healthier foods that your body needs and wants.
One of my audio favorite programs for affirmations is the Think Right Now programs. I am currently listening to their sales audio, but if you are getting back into fitness, Think Right Now has a great audio to keep you on track. I’ve noticed that it does start to change your thoughts and that slowly changes your habits to something more positive, so if you are having a difficult time getting started or committed to your diet, this is a great help. Commit instead to listening to it at night or for half an hour a day for at least 3 months. You will notice a change in your behaviors. (I have used them to get more organized and now I’m working on sales.)
I have been testing out a supplement called Restore that helps to heal the gut. I still have severe alopecia universalis, but other than that, I have great health. My digestion is very regular and I have lots of energy. This in part is due to the fact that a few years ago, I researched my brains out to find holistic healing methods for epilepsy. I have been following Dr. Zach Bush’s research and videos on the product and the science seems sound.
One of the reasons that I chose to try out this product is because Dr. Bush was talking about the correlation between the gut health and the brain health. This coincided with the research that Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride discovered as she created a diet to heal her son with autism. As I read the book, The Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet, I was thoroughly impressed with how detailed Dr. Campbell-McBride was in detailing the causes and symptoms of “leaky gut,” and how it correlated to brain health. Her approach to healing the brain was to heal and seal the gut. Her protocol is very difficult to follow, but I did it for a good six months, which was not quite as long as the two years she recommended. Dr. Bush’s supplement Restore focuses on replenishing the bacteria in your gut that you are missing and helping to seal up the gut lining such that no toxins can leak through the blood brain barrier.
I have been using the Restore product for seven weeks now. It has not healed up my hair loss, but it is a bit too soon to see if that will happen. I fully expect to get my hair back as my health moves into the optimal state. I’m hopeful that this product can help me to get there. Restore is also supposed to protect against the toxin glyphosate. Glyphosate is the ingredient in Round-up that gets sprayed on the plants before they are harvested. While you can get higher quality food by eating organic, the glyphosate gets into the rain water and eventually on to the organic plants as well. So, I’m grateful for a product that is countering this toxin in our bodies.
I’m not a scientist, so I can only explain my vague understanding of what is happening with the product. It is a carbon lignite that is allowing more bacteria to attach to the lining of the gut. This proliferates the number and variety of bacteria in your gut. This builds up our immune system. Ever since I attempted a long term run of the GAPS diet and increased the amount of live probiotics in my diet (I drink a kefir smoothie most mornings), I really haven’t gotten sick. I work with kids and my coworkers fall ill, but rarely do I even get a sore throat. I attribute my overall health to the probiotics and the Buteyko breathing exercises that I do. I’m excited to add Restore to see if I can get even further benefit.
I will say, since taking Restore, I haven’t had any bowel movement complaints. I don’t have to strain or rush to the bathroom. It just comes out regularly every day after one or two meals. I’m hoping to do another post in a few months with actual hair regrowth, so I can say that it works on curing autoimmune hair loss, but we shall see. I’ll keep you posted!
I wrote this post after taking Restore for 1 month. I was very hopeful and optimistic that it would cure my ailments. I have been taking it for almost nine months now. I still haven’t cured my alopecia universalis. However, I have seen a major improvement with my seizure control. I was able to break through the plateau that I had of having a seizure every three months. I went six months without a seizure. This is huge. I have always had to be on the highest dose of medication and sometimes during my life on two doses of medication to prevent the seizures. I’m completely off all medication and the seizure that I had in August was very mild compared to the ones that I was having on medication.
Getting fit is actually pretty easy when you stick with a plan. Sometimes, having a fancy electronic device that tracks your accomplishments is a worthwhile purchase, especially if you are trying to get fit at home without a trainer or are just lazy when it comes to tracking your progress. A Fitbit heart rate monitor is a useful tool when you are trying to track your progress.
One of the features that I love about my fitbit heart rate monitor is that it lets me know how long I slept. It also tracks my heart rate and my footsteps. If I was good at keeping track of what I ate, I could enter that into their website and know how many calories I burned and whether or not I was on track to reach my goal. Ultimately, I’m mostly interested in increasing my step count, lowering my heart rate and ensuring that my sleep is sound.
When I first got the fitbit as a gift at Christmas, I wore it nonstop for about a month. Unfortunately, in order to get the information synced to your computer, you either need to remember to put in a toggle and upload it or have the bluetooth enabled on your computer. I am not tech savvy and somehow disabled my computer’s bluetooth. So, I took the darn thing off and forgot about it. However, as my jeans started to get tighter, I realized that it was time to put it back on a get committed to get fit!
It is lightweight and easy to wear. The fitbit tracks multiple aspects of your health throughout the day. You can connect with your friends through the fitbit website and challenge them to fitness competitions. This can be fun or somewhat overwhelming.
Your skin will sweat under the rubber. The product description says that it is sweat proof, but that means that your sweat won’t harm the product. You may still get annoyed by the sweat rubbing against the rubber. You have to remember to put it on. In order to get the information in chart form and see your progress over time, you have to remember to log into the fitness app online.
The Features of the Charge HR Fitbit:
Charge HR syncs automatically and wirelessly to tablets, computers and 150+ leading iOS, Android and Windows smartphones using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. Syncing to computers requires Internet connection and USB port. Syncing to mobile devices requires Bluetooth and Internet connection. Syncing range: 20 feet
Water Resistance: Charge HR is sweat, rain and splash proof. However, the device is not swim proof or showerproof. With any wearable device, it’s best for your skin if the band stays dry and clean. Battery life: lasts up to 5 days. Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0
The charge time is one to two hours. It is recommended that you charge your device every few days.
Syncs with Windows Vista and later, Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, and leading Android and Windows devices
Get continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate and simplified heart rate zones
Track workouts, heart rate, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and steps
It detects when you are asleep
There is an alarm to wake you if you want. I personally don’t like this feature and don’t use it.
The fitbit can’t motivate you to exercise. However, it helps to keep you accountable and on track. For example, my goal is 10,000 steps per day. This is a reasonable goal to start with. Right now, it is 9:00 am and I’m at 3,567 steps. Another goal of mine is to drink 80 ounces of water per day. I have already drank a sixteen ounce bottle of water and have another one by my side to drink. Entering that information into the fitbit app helps me to stay on track and meet my goals. I love it! I love the feature of competing with your friends on the website, because that can make fitness more fun.
Let’s face it, walking on a treadmill is boring if that is all you are doing. Working at your treadmill desk can make working more pleasant, but after a few hours your legs are going to be sore and you’ll probably want to quit using the treadmill desk. But don’t give up on treadmill desk usage! It is a wonderful way to get fit, improve your posture and stay fit!
Start Treadmill Desk Usage Slowly
Not everyone can adapt to walking for hours on end after being used to sitting for hours at a time. Therefore, walking and working requires some adjustment. Start with an hour and work your way up. You can do an hour on and an hour off. Build up to seven or eight hours a day over the course of two months. It doesn’t have to be a sudden switch.
Do Something Fun at Your Treadmill Desk
Sometimes your concentration is compromised by the walking and working. You can’t fully focus on your work while you are getting used to walking and working at the same time. Don’t worry. The automaticity will come. In the meantime, adjust to working at your desk by doing fun stuff online. These things can include:
Watching funny videos
Scrolling through social media sites – facebook, twitter
Posting on your own social media sites
Gaming (Please don’t tell me you do candy crush!)
Workouts (There are plenty on youtube!)
Grab some barbells and get an arm exercise in as well!
Make Sure the Ergonomics are Good for You
Walking and working will be just as bad for you as sitting and working if you have to hunch over to see your laptop screen. Make sure that the screen is eye level and the keyboard is at about a 90 degree angle to your elbow for the most comfort. This is going to require most people to purchase a monitor stand or a laptop stand to elevate it. (That has been my experience, but at six feet tall, I tend to tower over most of my friends! I’m not sure how the ergonomics are working for shorter people, but I still imagine that they need to elevate the monitor slightly.)
Pimp Out Your Walking Treadmill Desk Workstation
Let’s face it, it is more fun to work when you have cool tools and they make life easier for you. One of the biggest downsides to treadmill desk workstations is that they don’t have drawers. This is understandable because many of them are adjustable and some of them are so tall that the emphasis for the producers of these desks is to get height and now worry about drawers. So, what will you need?
A place for file folders and hanging file folders
Storage for pens, pencils
A mouse and a mouse pad – It is so much easier to use a mouse than trying to use the touchpad on your laptop while you are walking
Lots of work is done on computers, but you will want to make sure that you have some space at your desk for jotting notes. You will also need to stay organized. A box near your desk with hanging file folders will help you stay organized and keep what you need nearby.
You can purchase stackable letter trays to keep some of your papers organized, however, this will take up some of the space on your desktop, so you may want to stay organized with hanging file folders that are placed on the floor or a separate filing cabinet nearby.
Keep Your Walking Treadmill Desk Organized
Let’s face it, no one really wants to sit down at a messy desk and work. Likewise, you will be really reluctant to walk up to your treadmill desk and want to conquer the day when papers are strewn everywhere. Take my advice and get organized! Use the file folders, the pencil holders and keep it all neat. Your walking treadmill desk workstation will seem more inviting when it isn’t cluttered with papers.
Pretend You are On a Real Walk
Sometimes it is just yucky outside and there isn’t anything you want to watch on hulu or netflix. There are virtual walks that you can go on to pretend you are outside. If you haven’t walked and worked that day, get off your butt and go on one of these virtual walks. It definitely isn’t the same as walking in nature, but it will get you using your treadmill. The more you use your treadmill desk, the more comfortable you will be with it and soon you will begin to love it!
Our bodies were not meant to sit for eight hours a day. Some of us are now realizing the health impacts of sitting all day. The most visible impacts of sitting all day while we work are extra weight and poorer posture. While a few extra pounds and a slight forward head tilt may not initially be noticeable in terms of your everyday life, over time it can lead to major health concerns and chronic back pain. One of the best ways to combat this is to change how you work and start using a walking treadmill desk.
1. Walking Treadmill Desk Usage Lowers The Risk of Weight Gain and Obesity
Due to the fact that walking burns more calories than sitting, you automatically lower your risk of gaining weight. While walking at your treadmill desk is done a really slow pace usually no more than two miles per hour,
2. Using a treadmill desk may lower blood sugar levels
A small study showed that office workers that were standing for 180 minutes after their lunch break reduced the blood sugar spike from eating by 43% compared to staying seated for the same amount of time. Treadmill desk users would reduce that blood sugar spike even more due to the fact that they are getting more activity and movement.
The study was based on the same number of steps taken. Therefore, the reduction in blood sugar spikes was due in part to being vertical and not simply activity based.
3. Heart Health Benefits From Using a Treadmill Desk
A walking treadmill desk has numerous positive effects on your heart health. During the time you spend walking, your heart rate increases, which strengthens the heart muscle. This also has the benefit of delivering more nutrients and oxygen to your organs. Walking on a treadmill on a regular basis can help you lose weight, which in turns lowers the risk of a heart attack.
4. Positive Effects of a Treadmill Desk on Your Mind
Physical activity provides a boost to your brain function. While walking on a treadmill, more oxygen and nutrients are circulated to your brain. This helps it to function better. It has been shown that walking five miles per week, which is a realistic amount, can help you increase the amount of gray matter in your brain.
5. Walking Treadmill Desks Can Help to Prevent Cancer
Regular movement has been shown to help people live longer. In addition to the brain and heart benefits of using a treadmill desk on a daily basis, you may be adding years to your life and preventing cancer. Walking has been shown to have a protective effect against cancer and reduce the chances of osteoporosis.
6. Improve Concentration
Our brains function best when we have the proper nutrients and exercise. Your focus will deteriorate over time if you don’t provide your body with adequate movement and good nutrition. Implementing regular usage of a walking treadmill desk will improve your ability to concentrate and focus. Exercise not only increases blood flow to the brain, but your body releases certain chemicals that aid in concentration. Working at a treadmill desk may just create the boost that you need to be successful at work.
8. Treadmill Desks Can Fire Up Your Metabolism
Even though you are not walking very quickly, utilizing a treadmill desk while you are doing office work will increase your metabolic rate so that you burn omre calories than when you are resting. As you exercise, your body tends to burn more calories and build lean muscle, which burns even more calories and fat. As you gradually increase the amount of time that you spend working on a treadmill desk, you will start to build more muscle and your body will become more efficient at burning calories while you are resting. This can help you to stay fit whether you remember to workout or decide to skip the gym.
9. Treadmill Desks can Improve Task Completion
With an increase in your metabolism and a boost in brain function, you may find that you are much more productive while you are working on a treadmill desk. Utilizing a walking treadmill desk workstation may lead to becoming a more valuable employee. Many people at work face a mid-day slump, which can easily be prevented with some extra steps here and there because it creates more blood flow to the brain. Often treadmill desk users report that they don’t have that slump in productivity.
10. Walking Treadmill Desk Usage Prevents Back Pain
Our posture is severely compromised while sitting at a computer desk all day. This in turn can lead to lower back pain as well as neck strain from poor ergonomics. Using a treadmill desk instead strengthens the core. A strong core naturally improves your posture and gives you a better sense of well-being. It is easier for the blood flow to reach your brain and your lungs are able to expand properly. Sitting at a computer all day can lead to serious back, neck and shoulder pain. The continuous movement that you experience while working at a treadmill desk allows you to engage multiple muscle groups. During seated desk work, you may shift your muscles now and then, but normally the same muscle groups are holding you upright. Over time, you create muscle imbalances as one group of muscles becomes overworked. Through walking on a treadmill, you increase your core and strengthen the muscles that impact posture.
These benefits are subjective and may not be experienced by everyone. Brigham Young University did a study and compared productivity from the seated users with those who were walking and discovered that there was a slight decline in typing speed and productivity. This study was a one time usage study. It is quite possible that your ability to adapt to a treadmill desk goes up as you adjust to working at a treadmill desk. Additionally, people who don’t start off with a lot of weight to lose or already have a high metabolism won’t necessarily see immediate weight loss or notice an increase in metabolism right away.
This is the grand-daddy of treadmill desk workstations. It is the best of both worlds because not only do you have the option to work and walk at the same time, when you tire of walking after a few hours, you can sit down and work at the tandem desk. The compact treadmill measures 68.5″ x 28.5″ (L x W) with a spacious desktop area of 47″ x 32″ (W x D)
The console readouts will include the amount of calories burned, time, step count, the distance traveled and the belt speed.
There is speed range from half a mile to four miles per hour. The desk also includes bluetooth to support the Lifespan apps.
One of the best benefits of a Lifespan treadmill is that it uses 6 independent compression shocks in order to hold the walking deck over the frame and ensure shock absorption as your foot hits the belt. For people walking over 10,000 steps per day, a good deck suspension enables you to walk longer with less fatigue and reducing the chances of injury. An additional benefit to an isolated walking deck is a quieter walking experience.
This is a great workstation. The TR1200-DT7 Treadmill Desk is a combination of the most popular Lifespan electronic adjusting desk with the most popular Lifespan treadmill. It provides you with everything that you will need to walk and work at the same time. One touch height adjustment is perfect for multiple users and is recommended for open spaces, shared areas or conference rooms. A benefit of having one touch height adjustment for individuals is the ability to lower it to a seated position. The console provides you with all the information that you need regarding your activity level, the number of steps, walking time, calories, distance and speed that you walked.
#2 Treadmill Desk Workstation – GO PLUS Treadmill Desk Workstation
This is a very budget friendly workstation that is great for the home or office! It features a large surface area to enable you to work while you walk!
#3 Treadmill Desk Workstation – The Conquer Treadmill Desk
The Conquer Treadmill Desk Workstation has a lower price tag than the Lifespan treadmill desk line, but you will still get a lot of mileage out of it.
The Conquer Treadmill Desk features:
Extra Large Desk Workspace Area Measures 47.5″-27.5″
Variable Treadmill Speeds from 0.6-4.0 MPH
Easy Push Button Electronic Height Adjusment for Desk
Desk height range: 35.5″-52.5″
Walking surface: 48″ x 16″
Walk While You Work!
With an extra large desktop area, you have enough room for two monitors for people who need to use multiple monitors. Additionally, the electronic adjustment feature will allow you to move your treadmill desk workstation to a seated desk when you tire of walking. It’s console provides all the information that you may require to monitor your fitness levels – calories burned, walking time, distance and speed.
#4 Treadmill Desk workstation – Nordic Track
The Nordic Track Treadmill desk is a great treadmill desk at an amazing price, but be aware of your height. Customer reviews indicate that it is not very good for people over six feet tall. You can remedy the height of the monitor and keyboard by using stands. It would be wiser to get the proper height desk, although you may want a monitor stand anyway to have the monitor eye level.
This treadmill desk does have the unique feature of being able to fold up and become a regular desk. However, you aren’t buying a treadmill desk to not use the treadmill. It is an interesting feature though!
The Nordic Track desk features include the following:
Oversized desktop work surface, adjusts at a touch, desktop display and controls
Personalize your exercise, Space Saver design, accommodates up the 350 lbs
3.0 chp durx commercial plus motor, 20″ x 55″ tread belt, reflex cushion deck
Welded steel frame, 0-10 MPH speed, 0-10% incline, magnetic safety key, Lifetime frame & motor Warranty, 1-Year parts & Labor Warranty
IFit compatible, requires iFit wireless module which is sold separately. Buy an iFit wireless module and get a One-year iFit subscription for free
#5 Treadmill Desk Workstation – Exerpeutic 200
This treadmill desk workstation that you can purchase through Amazon ranks #5 because it has a smaller desk size and is meant for shorter people. If you are under 5’9″ and looking for a treadmill desk to work at, this desk height may be too tall for you. The height from the treadmill belt to the desk is four feet and this desk is not adjustable. Whip out your tape measure before ordering this desk because you want to make sure that your work surface is about the right height.
The dimensions and features of this treadmill desk workstation:
Extra long safety handles are 18-Inch long, more than 2 X the length of other typical treadmill handles.
Tested up to 400-Pounds of user weight, built on a heavy duty reinforced frame.
Motorized Incline adjustment range from 0 Percent to 15 Percent.
Desk Top size is 4-Feet (48-Inch) L x 2-Feet (24-Inch) W at the widest sections
Please note the distance from the treadmill belt to the desk top is 4-Feet
The customer reviews for this treadmill are mixed. Some complained about the stability of the desk because it is attached to the treadmill.
Large desktop area, folds up when not in use but it’s rare I fold it up completely.
Customer service is excellent and promptly shipped repair parts
They’ve moved the cup holders closer to you; this is better than in the image where they are beyond reach.