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Steelcase Unveils the Walkstation to Bring Healthy Habits to The Workplace
Date:10/25/2007

Product is the Result of Alliance with Dr. James Levine of the Mayo Clinic

NEW YORK, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Steelcase Inc. (NYSE: SCS), a global office environments manufacturer, today unveiled the Walkstation, a height-adjustable workstation with an integrated treadmill, at its New York City showroom. The Walkstation is the first product from the FitWork(TM) category of products designed to bring healthy habits to sedentary workers while they are actually working. Available in late November, the Walkstation is the result of an alliance between Steelcase and James Levine, MD, PhD, of the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Designed primarily for corporate work environments, the Walkstation combines Steelcase's knowledge of ergonomics and workplace design with Dr. Levine's research on non-exercise activity thermogenesis (N.E.A.T(TM)) - the energy expended during everyday activity.

Obesity is a prevalent issue in today's society and a concern for businesses as it is driving up healthcare costs and driving down worker productivity. Dr. Levine's proprietary N.E.A.T. research suggests that increased physical activity among sedentary workers may benefit the workplace environment and increase the overall health, focus and productivity of a workforce that is typically desk-based. Designed to encourage more movement by walking slowly at work, Dr. Levine estimates that users of the Walkstation have the potential to increase energy expenditure by 100 calories per hour when walking at a 1 mph rate. Thus, if obese individuals were to replace time spent sitting at the computer with 2-3 hours per day of walking computer time, and if other components of energy balance were constant, actual weight loss ma
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