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We offer a range of office wellness and everyday fitness products, including treadmill desks, balance ball chair, seat lumbar support pillow, bike desks, standing desks, under desk elliptical, under desk foot rest and more.

But this didn’t happen overnight.

When we started a few years ago, we only had a couple of fitness products and a limited scope.

It didn’t take long for us to realize that we needed to offer more than just quality and durability in our treadmills to set us apart. We had to listen and understand our customers’ physical fitness needs on a personal level to truly serve them to the best of our ability.

The research behind standing desks has been mounting more and more over the past decade. One recent study is particularly notable due to its long-term analysis. Its duration and qualitative data led to a peer-review. Since the study took place over a year, it allowed the research team to distinguish between the objective and subjective health impacts of standing desks.

The Study Concluded The Following:

  • People who received height-adjustable desks reported a 17 percent reduction in sitting three months into the study, a trend that remained at the one year mark.
  • 47% of people with height-adjustable desks reported a significant reduction in upper back, shoulder or neck discomfort.
  • 88% of people with height-adjustable desks reported they were convenient to use after 12 months.
  • 65% of people with height-adjustable desks reported increased productivity after one year and also reported better concentration ability.

In addition, they said they were more active, refreshed, awake, limber and energetic.

Improvements Outside of Work

  • 65% of people said height-adjustable desks positively impacted their health outside of the workplace.

Additional Studies Further Prove The Benefits Of Standing Desks:

One study conducted at Columbia University found that breaking up a day of sitting with any kind of physical activity reduces the risk of an early death.

According to a study conducted by the University of Leicester, adjustable standing desks improve overall job performance and psychological well-being.

Researchers at University College in LondonUniversity College in London found that sitting still resulted in an increased risk of depressive symptoms in adolescents, suggesting the education system could benefit from implementing standing desks in high schools.

RESEARCH SUPPORTING STANDING DESK TREADMILLS

A systematic review conducted by the University of Prince Edward Island Treadmill desks led to the greatest improvement in chronic disease prevention and management when compared to sitting and standing desks.

One study’s participants showed a short-term increase in memory and attention after using a treadmill desk. This increased memory and attention might result in increased work performance.

This particular study found that cortisol was lowest in participants who alternated between sitting and using a treadmill desk. Participants were also able to focus on their tasks better than those who were seated all day.

RESEARCH SUPPORTING UNDER DESK BIKES

A study published in the National Library of Medicine found that participants pedaling their under desk bike at 30% of Wmax showed no decrease in their words per minute typed, suggesting moderate exercise has no effect on their ability to perform tasks.

A different study published by the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute found that bike desks had no impact on formal education lessons and that they can be implemented into classrooms with little to no effect on performance.