Desk-Mill Desk Treadmill from Woodway

Every now and then I hear about people who have started running. Of course, I am delighted by the news and also glad that my number of running partners is increasing. But I do wonder, how long will it last? Losing motivation is one of the easiest things someone can do.

Luckily, technology takes care of everything. Don’t have time to run in the park? You get a treadmill! Don’t have time to use the treadmill? Get a desk treadmill!

Desk-Mill Specifications

Walking surface: 15.75” X 39”/ 40 x 99.1 cm

Speed: up to 3.5 mph

User weight capacity: 400 lbs/ 182 kg

Drive system: 148 precision ball bearings, toothed belt and drive wheels

Motor: 2 hp continuous brushless servo

Unit weight: 245 lbs/ 111.35 kg

The desk treadmill was designed for people who really lack free time. Of course, it’s more motivating and satisfying to involve your entire body in a treadmill workout, rather than sitting on a chair and trying to use the time to juggle workout and desk work.

Anyway, if the case and you are a full-schedule person, the desk treadmill will most come to your advantage. Woodway is the creator of such an invention, and looks like this. The desk treadmill is a miniature version of the real Woodway treadmill. Woodway already creates quality treadmills, so it was only a matter of technology to transfer their patented design to a desk-compatible machine.

The walking surface is quite large and feels really comfortable, so comfortable that you can work out in dress shoes, which I don’t know about you, but I never thought I’ll do.

You can only reach a 3.5 mph speed, but it’s quite OK for a desk treadmill. Maximum user weight reaches 400 lbs/ 182 kg, so a wide weight range is compatible with this machine. It weights much less than a normal-size unit, so you can transport it from one spot to another without breaking your back.

All in all, if you’re a Woodway fan, this Desk-Mill may be the long-desired solution to manage work and exercise into 1. Find out more on Woodway site

by Anna Moore , editor

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