May 11, 2013
Working from home is becoming increasingly popular. Invest in the Xdesk Solo to improve productivity at home.
Right now I am writing this post in sweatpants, a t-shirt, sun pouring in through my open door, and listening to the birds chirping outside. I haven’t brushed my hair today, I haven’t put on makeup, and I don’t plan to for another hour at least. …Read More
April 26, 2013
The average person should walk 10,000 steps a day. Use a treadmill desk to help you reach that goal.
Do you use a Xdesk Fit treadmill at work? How much do you use it per day?
If you answered that question with a grimace and know you should use it more, today’s post is for you.
It’s a challenge!
April 11, 2013
This is a personal account of using the Xdesk Fit walking desk for the first time.
In case you missed our last few posts, let me remind you of the exciting news: Xdesk’s latest innovation in ergonomic workstations is…
The Xdesk Fit!
That’s good news for athletes, anyone trying to lose weight, stay healthy and get healthy. Okay, the treadmill desk is good news for pretty much anybody. And it sounds so good in theory, doesn’t it?
You can be work, burn calories and improve your lymphatic, metabolic, and immune health at the same time.But I bet some of you are still a little skeptical, right? Well, don’t worry. I was too. But that was before I actually tried the Xdesk Fit.
April 5, 2013
There are multiple benefits to using a treadmill desk at work, from losing weight to increasing productivity.
In our last post we introduced you to the all-new Xdesk Fit. We talked about its features, the specs, and gave you a general idea of why it is so very cool. But we didn’t discuss exactly why you might want to look into a walking desk for yourself.
March 27, 2013
The Xdesk Fit offers additional features beyond the normal treadmill desk.
Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock (or perhaps more appropriately, an old, traditional desk), you have probably heard about the latest and greatest in ergonomic workstations: The treadmill desk!