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The Complete Guide to Treadmill Desking includes the vast content from the entire WorkWhileWalking.com website and much more, in a format that is easy to read comfortably at your own pace on your Kindle or with the Kindle reader. Whether you're looking to buy a commercially-available treadmill desk or to build your own DIY (Do-It-Yourself) setup this book is packed with valuable insights you can use to select the best equipment. It includes dozens of in-depth, unbiased product reviews on everything from standalone treadmill bases and adjustable height desks to fully-integrated treadmill desks and special accessories just for treadmill desk users. Treadmill desks are fantastic devices for maintaining and improving your health, but there is a lot of misinformation out there that can lead to improper use and eventual aches and pains in the shoulders, neck, wrists, lower back as well as leg muscles and feet. In this book you'll learn how to set up your treadmill desk with the proper ergonomics in order to avoid these maladies and be able to type and move the cursor with high accuracy even at nominal walking speeds. Fitness equipment and furniture manufacturers have been jumping into the treadmill desk market like sharks in a feeding frenzy, sensing a rapidly expanding new market for their re-positioned products. So many of their claims are exaggerated or false. We bust through the marketing hype and get down to the brass tacks on which equipment is really suited for the treadmill desk application and which is under-powered or poorly designed for the task. The book is filled with countless tips and tricks on how to build the best workstation and save a lot of money by selecting the right equipment the first time - and maintaining it properly to avoid the expensive hassles of servicing burned out treadmills. Best practice advice is provided not only by our editors who have many years of experience with their own treadmill desks but by hundreds of other users who have reported their own findings to the WorkWhileWalking's staff. Switching from a chair or standing desk to a treadmill desk requires a lot of forethought. It's a big change in your work style, office space and pocket book. So invest a few dollars to get advice from the early adopters who went before you - we promise, it'll be well worth it. Since the product reviews and the best practices advice are always changing we include free regular updates to the book with every purchase from Kindle. You can also sign up for a free membership at WorkWhileWalking.com to receive our regular newsletter covering the latest product introductions, new tips & tricks, contests for treadmill desk builders and users, special exclusive discount offers from related vendors, and much more.
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Leading a team of experts on treadmill design, office technology, ergonomics and health care is Ron Wiener, Editor-in-Chief of www.WorkWhileWalking.com. After a successful 30-year career in high technology including as CEO of seven investor-backed technology start-up companies, in 2013 Ron decided to shift his focus towards fostering the treadmill desk revolution. On a very personal level as a long-time user and advocate of treadmill desks he sees them as the single most effective tool yet devised that has the potential to actually reverse the negative effects sitting disease has had on the nation’s health and economy, in a scalable way. Ron was the centrally-featured entrepreneur on TV’s Start-up Junkies, Season 1. As a recognized expert in several industries, including venture capital investing, entrepreneurship, aviation, domain name law, postal & parcel and now, treadmill desks, Ron has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and has had several hundred articles published. He has been interviewed by most of the major networks, magazines and newspapers over the course of his entrepreneurial career. The Complete Guide to Treadmill Desking is his second book, and the very first of its kind to be published. Ron lives in Seattle, Washington, with his wife (a pediatrician) and two young sons. He has been a private pilot for three decades, is a gourmet chef, and avid hiker. To read his personal story of how he got started as a treadmill desker and decided to go into the treadmill desk industry for his next venture read the Preface to the book.
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