treadmill desk ergonomics

treadmill desk for carpal tunnels

Avoiding Neck and Shoulder Pain and Carpal Tunnel When Using a Treadmill Desk

The ergodynamics of typing while on a treadmill desk are a wholly different experience than typing while sitting at a desk.

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correct height for treadmill desk

Setting the Proper Heights for the Treadmill Desk Surface and Keyboard Tray

The easiest way to picture your most “neutral” position is to think about how astronauts’ arms hang when they’re floating in their sleeping bags.

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proper posture on a treadmill desk

Keeping Your Head on Straight when Standing or Walking at Your Desk

It’s likely that most of your work hours are spent staring at a computer screen. But, if improperly positioned, monitors can spell trouble.

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5 Ways To Keep Your Feet Happy While Using a Standing Desk

Do your feet hurt after using your standing desk? We can help. Learn our top five ways to keep your feet happy while using a standing desk.

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Your Best Position Is the Next One

Switching from sitting to standing to walking throughout the day is the most important ergonomic tip we can provide to help avoid injury.

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ideal width of treadmill base

Does Treadmill Belt Width on a Walking Desk Make Any Difference?

It may not seem very important at first blush but it turns out the width of the belt can be a very important criteria in choosing a treadmill base.

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industry standards for testing office furniture

What is ANSI/BIFMA and How Does it Relate to Standing Desks and Treadmill Desks?

While some consider ANSI-BIFMA compliance a check-off item on the punch list for buying a desk, in our experience it's only a starting point.

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Minimizing “tethered time” on your treadmill desk

The human body was not meant to walk with arms tethered to a keyboard. We explain how to compensate for it when walking on a treadmill desk.

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iMovR Birdi Perching Stool Navy

iMovR Birdi Perching Stool Review

The iMovR Birdi's 360 degree range of motion keeps blood flowing and core muscles activated throughout the day for optimal workstation ergonomics.

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