We’ve helped thousands of users get their first treadmill desk, so we tapped our staff experts for their favorite tips to new users.
Treadmill Desk Tips
It is best to stretch before mounting the treadmill, to take frequent stretch breaks and stretch at the end of every session.
DIY treadmill desk builders need to keep in mind vibration and noise isolation, ergonomics of keyboards, mice and trackballs, static electricity and more.
Taller workers looking for a treadmill desk may need to make special considerations, but don't let a treadmill's added height compromise ergonomic safety.
Unless you already spend several hours a day walking, you will feel some new muscle pains if you overdo it. We provide our best treadmill desk walking tips.
Experienced treadmill desk users have learned to accumulate intensive writing tasks for those hours when they are sitting or standing.
Keep in mind that when walking at a treadmill desk, even at 1–2 mph, your body will be evaporating more water than usual.
Treadmill desks can be shaky contraptions if not set up properly. Learn how to isolate vibrations from the treadmill and from your body's swaying motions
Treadmill desk placement can be tricky in some smaller offices so take the time to really think it through before assembling your treadmill desk.
The biggest safety issues for treadmill desk users are potential minor injuries from improper ergonomics or insufficient stretch breaks.
Perhaps the most common misconception about treadmill workstations is that they are "exercise desks." This just isn't the case.
Treadmill troubleshooting can be difficult, but we have a list of easy fixes for the most common issues from our treadmill experts.
Treadmill desks can generate a huge amount of static electricity. Learn about effective anti-static products and methods, prevent harming your electronics