How to Make Your Treadmill Desk Last Longer

October 30, 2010

Tips that most people would not think about in order to make their treadmill desk last.

Memphis, TN (Vocus) October 29, 2010

Treadmill Doctor has released a blog post that provides many tips that most people would not think about in order to make their treadmill desk last. Exercising at a Treadmill Desk is a new concept where people exercise at a very low speed while they work in order to burn calories instead of sitting all day at a regular desk.

This presents a problem in that this is actually the type of usage that will put the most wear on a treadmill. Most people think that operating a treadmill at high speed wears a treadmill out the quickest but that is simply not the case. Low speed has the highest friction, highest heat, and circulates the least amount of air in the motor area. These three factors can be killers for a treadmill.

In order to make the treadmill last longer, the experts at Treadmill Doctor have put together a sheet of tips in order to overcome these obstacles and make even a treadmill desk last. You can read the post by visiting TreadmillDoctor.com and clicking on either Treadmill Reviews or Elliptical Reviews and then clicking on the Treadmill Doctor Blog link or simply go to TreadmillDoctor Blog

Treadmill Doctor provides free information to consumers on hot to repair their treadmills and keep them running in the best shape for the best results. We now have a new section that guides consumers with helpful repair and maintenance videos.


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