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Brain Boosting Drugs vs. Walking: Treadmill Desk Manufacturer Promotes Common Sense
Date:12/8/2008

ist of additional health benefits as well. You hear very little about this because no one makes any money telling you walking is the answer."

Categorizing these drugs as "smart drugs" seems to be both an oxymoron and a brilliant marketing ploy, exploiting American's drive to be at the top of their game.

So, if walking far exceeds the brain boosting abilities of these drugs, why aren't more American's changing their behavior? Bordley offers a few explanations. "Most people are unaware how powerful daily walking is for their health. If they were given the information it would change their priorities and motivations. Second, most adults are stressed for time already and and are strapped in a desk and a car for most of their day. Walking 3-6 hours a day is simply out of the question. The third reason is the lack of motivation at the end of an exhausting workday to get out and move."

Treadmill desks offer a solution to these challenges. Employees walk while they work at very slow speeds without sweating. At the end of the day they will have walked between 3-8 hours and gained energy and brain enhancing benefits naturally without pills and without any additional time burden.

Employees of major corporations are currently using treadmill desks and report gains in production and concentration in an addition to the numerous health benefits, including weight loss. "Most people focus on the significant weight loss that can be achieved on a treadmill desk but the positive effects on the brain are extraordinary," stated Bordley.
TrekDesk's website at http://www.trekdesk.com provides more detaile
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