Josh Baldonado, an administrative assistant at Brown & Brown Insurance, works last month at a treadmill desk in the firm's offices in Carmel, Ind. Workers sign up for 30 slots and have their phone and computer transferred to the workstations. Being glued to your desk is no longer an excuse for not having time to exercise as a growing number of Americans are standing, walking and even cycling their way through the work day at treadmill desks, standup desks or other moving work stations.
Josh Baldonado, an administrative assistant at Brown & Brown Insurance, works last month at a treadmill desk in the firm's offices in Carmel, Ind. Workers sign up for 30 slots and have their phone and computer transferred to the workstations. Being glued to your desk is no longer an excuse for not having time to exercise as a growing number of Americans are standing, walking and even cycling their way through the work day at treadmill desks, standup desks or other moving work stations. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Josh Baldonado, an administrative assistant at Brown & Brown Insurance, works last month at a treadmill desk in the firm's offices in Carmel, Ind. Workers sign up for 30 slots and have their phone and computer transferred to the workstations. Being glued to your desk is no longer an excuse for not having time to exercise as a growing number of Americans are standing, walking and even cycling their way through the work day at treadmill desks, standup desks or other moving work stations. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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September 14, 2013 8:00 PM

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