On the treadmill you can write, make phone calls and use your computer just as well as you can in in an office chair. The change from a static to an active day at the office has several positive physical and mental health benefits.
Are you active enough?
The World Health Organisation recommends walking 10 000 steps daily. Three hours on the office treadmill will give you the recommended daily activity. By walking in a slow pace you do not perspire and you will get just as much work done.
For office workers with back pain the office treadmill will provide the opportunity to keep muscles warm and your back mobile, while you are working as before. If you find you need to get up and stretch in order to decrease your back pain, you should give the office treadmill a try.
Good ergonomics will contribute to variety and increased mobility throughout your day at the office. Using the office treadmill at work can reduce the chances of several types of skeletomuscular problems, reduce sick leave and help people back to work.
The Bwell Office Treadmill is a quiet treadmill used in all types of workplaces and for many different types of jobs. Speed between 1–6 km/h. Display shows time, calories, speed and distance.
The Bwell Office Treadmill Incline can be adjusted to an incline of between 0-4 degrees. When you walk slightly uphill there is less load on your joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Varying the degree of incline can help prevent problems, especially in the Achilles’ tendons and bone tissue.
Bwell height-adjustable workstation 160 x 100 cm. The workstation can be raised from 73 cm up to 140 cm. The desk top is ergonomically adapted with a deep curved front to provide arm support when sitting/standing/walking at the workstation. Very steady lift. Integrated cable channel.