I wrote that last post on my new treadmill desk. Have you heard of it?
OK, mine doesn’t look anywhere near that slick. Mine is a plank of wood on top of a used Proform 770 I picked up on Craig’s list for $50. Also, I had to pick up an arm mount for a monitor.
The idea is to replace the time you spend sitting on your ass with time you instead spend walking at a slow pace. Regardless of weight, I tend to think the body needs to be active to function well.
I’ve got some ergonomic issues to work out, still: The desktop (i.e., my plank of wood) is too low, so that’s a ticket to RSI. It might need to be angled away from me, which sounds weird but actually means my hands will be in a normal resting position instead of bent back at the wrist.
So, does it affect my work (negatively)? Can’t tell yet. It’s not completely unworkable. I’ll have to try tackling some particularly challenging problem to see how it goes.