Working @ 100 Calories Per Hour
Howdy, folks! This is my first post... I've just recently gotten it into my head that a treadmill desk is going to save me. I got a job working online from home about 3 years ago, and even though I…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Gretchen White May 21, 2013.
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What is it with carpenters and other construction guys?? You give them a simple task like, "Cut down this tabletop", and they disappear for weeks. Sigh.
Well, I have been making do with my shelf resting on the handrails. I've raised the level of the keyboard and mousing surface with books, and that is good for posture and shoulders. And just yesterday I affixed the large monitor to a swingarm (off of Amazon for $30 or so).
This brings the monitor to head level and also closer…
Posted on April 11, 2013 at 10:40am
Last week I walked a total of about 32 miles in six days, so that is averaging more than 5mi a day. I have started increasing the incline a bit. Not so much that I notice it, but the calorie counter eats more calories that way. I have no idea if the calories counter is accurate, but it doesn't really matter, since I'm only really keeping an eye on mileage and that just for self-encouragement.
I still haven't got the table top cut. It is a formica-ed piece of very heavy particle board,…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2013 at 8:49am
I've worked my first 6 days using the treadmill. An hour at a time, a few times a day, as I feel inclined. I'm not trying to walk virtually to anywhere, nor max out calories burned or rack up pulse rates. But it is gratifying to be able to say, "I walked 4 miles today".
Still haven't got the keyboard shelf on its own supports, but I'm making do with the slightly vibrating wire shelf. I do wish I were better at touch typing, but then, in my job, I also have to switch back and forth…Continue
Posted on March 9, 2013 at 6:08pm