LifeSpan said that many customers hit the ‘pause’ button when they want to write something by hand. When you’re standing and working, versus sitting and working, you’re still burning about three times more calories. For just jotting down the occasional note, however, I didn’t find pausing it necessary.
When I tried to get my husband to try the treadmill desk, he said he would never use one, largely because he uses handheld and hands-free devices almost exclusively. He can place those devices in the trays of any regular treadmill, where you have the advantages of a better deck, faster speeds and an incline. And besides, he prefers to completely separate work from working out. So for him or those like him, it’s mainly a question of fit, rather than any issues with the treadmill desk itself.
If you are contemplating purchasing a treadmill desk, I suggest trying it out first. Write at it. Type at it. Sift through papers. Talk on the phone while you walk. If you like it and will use it, you’ll benefit from it. You definitely feel rewarded when you’ve been getting work done and then notice that you’ve walked 2 miles while you did it. If you can work and get healthy at the same time, that’s a rare combination you want to keep up.
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