TrekDesk Receives Honors
Each year, the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States, Scientific American, unveils its annual Gadget Guide. Among the less-known gadgets on the 2010 list was the TrekDesk Treadmill Desk. The TrekDesk, which can be affixed to any treadmill, is designed to help eradicate the effects of inactivity due to seated desk work. “Scientific American has been reporting on medical and technological innovations since 1845,” stated TrekDesk CEO Steve Bordley. “We are gratified that the editors recognized TrekDesk for its unique potential for combating the ill effects of sedentary lifestyles caused in large part by advances in technological innovation.”
For more information on the TrekDesk, visit www.trekdesk.com.
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