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L T Hanley
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Almost have a treadmill desk

As a deskbound "bean counter" I am so excited Trek Desk is going to be shipping soon. I've been dropping "hints" at work, for many months, that treadmill desks should be part of the corparate…Continue

Started May 27, 2010

TrekDesk

If anyone is interested, TrekDesk has a facebook page.  They say once they have 1,000 people signed up they will hold a drawing for a free TrekDesk. …Continue

Started May 23, 2010

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L T Hanley replied to Jennifer's discussion manual treadmill
"Just because most of the group probably won't believe it - there is at least one high end (or at least really expensive) manual treadmill.  Do a Google search for Woodway Curve.  It runs about $6,000, the Treadmill Doctor gives it a…"
Jun 13, 2013
L T Hanley commented on Joseph S's blog post Great fan for use with treadmill desk
"Agree, this fan moves a lot of air.  On 1 (lowest stting) air movement feels similar to the box fan we have when set on 3 (highest) with less noise.  I wouldn't call it exactly "quiet" but when combined with the treadmill it…"
Jul 29, 2012
L T Hanley replied to A. Johnson's discussion Hi... considering my options
"HI - Welcome to the group.   Using one computer with two monitor and mouse/keyboard set ups is easy.  As for the keyboard & mouse so long as at least one of each is USB there is no problem. If you happen to have two keyboards and…"
Jan 22, 2012
L T Hanley replied to stebboko's discussion Anyone get shoulder pain?
"Keyboard height (and angle) might make a difference.  I found a range of only about 2 inches between too low and too high.   th"
Jul 10, 2011
L T Hanley left a comment for DC Falcetti
"I too love the desk your husband built!  His uprights are very clever."
Jan 29, 2011
L T Hanley replied to Julie Yapragigur's discussion Anyone walking 8 hours a day?
"Lubrication requirements vary and will be described in the owners manual.  Typically it will, at most, require loosening a bolt or screw to make some slack in the belt, spraying or squirting "something" betwen the deck and the belt,…"
Dec 31, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Julie Yapragigur's discussion Disassembling
"Good News - your treadmill is unlikely to come assembled, unless you are getting a used one.  You might be able to do nothing other than skip nearly all the assembly steps, run the wire between the motor and the control head up between the…"
Dec 23, 2010
Jared left a comment for L T Hanley
"I saw 1 guy on here who had completely removed the head works of the mill and set it off to the side. That kind of arrangement is most appealing to me because it gives you a lot more options."
Dec 7, 2010
L T Hanley left a comment for Jared
"If you can stand the wait - get the treadmill first. Depending on the display you might also want to cut a notch in the back to wrap around the display a bit. Maybe you can use some cardboard or something cheap to cobble together something just…"
Dec 7, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Jared's discussion Desk Shape Question
"I have a Trek Desk. If I were to build something from scratch I'd keep the U, maybe not quite as deep but a distinct U. My favorite cubical/desk arrangement is to work in the "corner", the U is very similar."
Dec 6, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Anne Rogers's discussion Knee pain using TreadDesk treadmill
"Before giving up (or even seriously slacking off) I'd experiment with incline and shoes. If the tread you have doesn't incline can you fake it by using a piece of sturdy plywood and some wedges to make a sloped floor? I know I find 1.5 or…"
Nov 23, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Andrew He's discussion Slight Hitch in Treadmill at Low Speed?
"My first experiment was with a cheap/older treadmill. I found that adding incline made a big difference in the treadmill being able to run for longer periods. 1.5 mph and 2 incline was very comfortable. The treadmill would run for 99 minutes (limit…"
Oct 23, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Mike R's discussion Summary of people's desk/treadmill choices and careers?
"My "at work" set-up only lasted a few weeks before someone had a panic attack over potential liability issues so now I only use it at home but for the few weeks it was in the office conference calls and web/computer based training were two…"
Oct 11, 2010
L T Hanley commented on Kyle's blog post Treadmill Workstation location is going to kill me
"I have the utmost sympathy regarding spouses with different sleeping patterns/needs but living in a house built when two people were expected to share a double bed I can’t help but be jealous that you have bedrooms large enough to hold a bed…"
Oct 8, 2010
L T Hanley replied to Mike R's discussion Summary of people's desk/treadmill choices and careers?
"Check the user documentation, your treadmill should have a "manual" mode where you can pick a specific speed and incline rather than using one of the "programs" that change sppeds and inclines. I'm not sure about your model…"
Sep 27, 2010
L T Hanley commented on bdrhoa's blog post We Are Offically Saved!
"Great News. I'll still keep a little in my piggy bank in case the funding problem resurfaces next year. th"
Aug 14, 2010

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At 7:15pm on December 7, 2010, Jared said…
I saw 1 guy on here who had completely removed the head works of the mill and set it off to the side. That kind of arrangement is most appealing to me because it gives you a lot more options.

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