• Exercise and ADD: An Expert Interview With John J. Ratcy, MD

    Posted by: Pippa Wysong    |    Thursday, October 8, 2009

    Attention—deficit disorder (ADD), also called attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is often surrounded by controversy over medication use and is perceived by many as a condition that is over treated. John J. Ratey, MD, advocates that exercise should be included in the treatment regimen, and that exercise can even reduce or eliminate the need for...more »

  • Walking while he works at Winstead

    Posted by: Brenda Sapino Jeffreys    |    Wednesday, July 16, 2008

    Winsted lawyer Ross Robinson (left) has used a stand—up desk for years, so he’s accustomed to spending his workdays on his feet. Now he’s taking that many steps further by slowly walking on a treadmill all day long while working at his desk. His goal: to lose 40 to 50 pounds. Robinson says he heard about a study Dr. James Levine conducted at the Mayo Clinic...more »

  • Tread mill-desk is up and walking

    Posted by: Tom Spalding    |    Friday, January 25, 2008

    Corporate wellness is one of today's hottest trends, but Jerry Carr says his invention once would have been too wacky for the workplace. The 47-year-old Fishers entrepreneur has created a fitness machine, aptly named TreadDesk, that allows a person to work at his or her desk while walking on treadmill. "Ten years ago, this was not a viable business option,"...more »

Mission Statement

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

"The TreadDesk is indeed an idea whose time has come. I love it".

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