• A New Way to Control Weight?

    Posted by:    |    Monday, December 5, 2011

    Scientists have found intriguing evidence that one major reason so many people are overweight these days may be as close as the seat of their pants. Literally. According to the researchers, most of us sit too much. In most cases, exercise alone, according to a team of scientists at the University of Missouri, isn't enough to take off those added pounds. The...more »

  • Exercise Fights Depression

    Posted by:    |    Monday, December 5, 2011

    A brisk 30-minute walk or jog three times a week may be just as effective in relieving major depression as are standard antidepressant drugs, researchers have found. In the study, 156 patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) were assigned to three groups: exercise, medication, or a combination of medication and exercise. To the surprise of...more »

  • Working Out at Work: Treadmill Desks

    Posted by:    |    Sunday, December 4, 2011

    "It's so hard, especially for women in the middle of the day — with the hair, the makeup," she says, 'I don't like working out early, and at the end of the day I want to go home and have a glass of wine Krivosha found the solution in an unlikely place: a client's conference room. There she experienced a Walkstation — a treadmill-equipped desk...more »

  • Study: Exercise cuts risk of womb cancer

    Posted by:    |    Sunday, December 4, 2011

    Researchers at the United States' National Cancer Institute analyzed 14 previous studies and found physical activity cuts the risk of endometrial cancer by 20 percent to 40 percent when compared with sedentary women. The study was published online today in the British Journal of Cancer. It was paid for by the National Cancer Institute. Scientists have long...more »

  • Obesity Hurts Your Bottom line

    Posted by:    |    Sunday, December 4, 2011

    LONDON — Women who regularly work up a sweat exercising have a 30 per- cent lower risk of developing endometrial cancer, a new study says. Researchers at the United States’ National Cancer Institute analyzed 14 previous studies and found physical activity cuts the risk of endometrial cancer by 20 percent to 40 percent when compared with...more »

  • Turn your ofiice into a gym

    Posted by:    |    Sunday, December 4, 2011

    Sitting could be the latest health hazard. In a study from the American Journal of Epidemiology, people who spent more leisure time sitting had a higher risk of mortality. Women who sat more than six hours a day were 37 percent more likely to die during a 14-year period than people who sat only three hours; for men, that number dropped to 18 percent....more »

  • IS YOUR OFFICE CHAIR KILLING YOU?

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    Do you lead an active lifestyle or a sedentary one? The question is simple, but the answer may not be as obvious as you think. Let's say, for example, you're a busy guy who works 60 hours a week at a desk job but who still manages to find time for five 45-minute bouts of exercise. Most experts would label you as active. But Marc Hamilton, Ph.D., has another...more »

  • Thinking on Your Feet

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    Like many millions of other office dwellers, Anne Rogers of Northampton used to spend her work days sitting at her desk for long stretches at a time. As she segued into middle age — she's 43 now — Rogers said she began putting on some extra pounds as her metabolism seemed to slow to a crawl. She'd also suffered from a soreness and aching in her...more »

  • What is Inactivity Physiology?

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    Research shows that vital enzymes in your legs' blood vessels, which are responsible for siphoning fat out of the blood, virtually shut off when you're in the seated position. The excess fat floating around your bloodstream can negatively alter your cholesterol levels, increase your risk of heart disease, and contribute to obesity and type 2 diabetes....more »

  • Improving the Health of Employees

    Posted by:    |    Saturday, December 3, 2011

    Walking is clinically proven to prevent or mitigate the nation's major diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and even some forms of cancer. It has proved an effective measure in promoting weight loss, prevention, improving mental and physical health and clearly demonstrated the need for medical attention. Chained to desks to go, most Americans are...more »

Mission Statement

To Provide Office Workers the Opportunity to Walk While They Work.

"I absolutely love this thing!! I'm walking between 4 and 8 miles per day. I almost look forward to going to work because I feel so good physically by the end of the day".

Rebekah S. - Westminster, CO