Exercise Desk

by Ellen O'Hearn August 14, 2014

Easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Choose a Stand Steady Desktop Desk to go on your existing desk or cubicle.
2. Add Stand Steady Leg Extenders to reach proper height
3. Choose your exercise equipment: anti-fatigue mat (extenders not needed), treadmill, elliptical or trampoline!

Use the links on this page to purchase recommended exercise equipment. Please consult your doctor before starting a new workout routine.

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Pictured:
Executive Stand Steady Desk (Black) 

Recommended:
Smart Cells Anti-Fatigue Mat
Genuine Joe Anti-Fatigue Mat

 

Using a Treadmill Burns Several 
Hundred more Calories per hour

Pictured:
Executive Stand Steady Desk (Cherry) 
Leg Extenders 
+ Lifespan Treadmill

 

 

 

Using an Elliptical Burns Several
Hundred more Calories per hour

Pictured:
Original Stand Steady (Maple)
Leg Extenders
Stamina In-Motion Elliptical Trainer

 


Using a Trampoline is fun.

Pictured:
Executive Stand Steady Desk (Black) 
Leg Extenders 
Stamina In-Motion Folding Trampoline

Stand Strong,
Ellen



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