Most of us at one time or another in our lives face unexpected challenges or events which test our creativity, resolve and will. A combination of challenges led to the invention of the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. A severe accident dramatically changed the life of TrekDesk inventor, Steve Bordley, placing him in a wheel chair for six months, and rendering him unable to walk without the assistance of a walker, crutches, and eventually a cane, for more than two years. This sedentary period had a profoundly challenging impact on his previously active life. Faced with severe neuropathy from his leg injury, back problems from extended inactivity, and increases in weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure, Bordley was unable to exercise in a conventional fashion, so he was forced to improvise.
Let TrekDesk treadmill desk show you how to workout at work (no sweat), improve your mental and physical health while performing nearly any regular desk task, without taking any extra time out of your day.
TrekDesk treadmill desk features a generous work space: 72 inches long by 34 inches wide. Two height adjustable support legs are fixed in position 49 inches apart, providing a solid, robust steel base; adjusting to perfect ergonomic settings for employees who are 5 feet to 6 feet 4 inches tall.