The LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill helps to eliminate workplace inactivity by letting you walk while you work! This stand-alone desk treadmill features an easily-accessible, Bluetooth-ready console that calculates distance, time and step count, as well as calories burned, and can be used with many of our sit-stand desks. This workstation treadmill also comes with a four-month trial membership in the LifeSpan Fitness Club, which helps establish goals, build a workout calendar based on your exercise preferences and fitness level, and log progress and results. You can compare results with your previous performance, as well as with those of other users. Add a LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill to your stand-up or sit-stand workstation and reap the health and productivity improvement benefits of an exercise desk.
|Dimensions||70" L x 29" W|
|Weight capacity||350 lbs|
|Belt dimensions||56" L x 20" W|
|Treadmill speed||0.4 - 4.0 mph|
|Warranty||Lifetime on frame, 3 years on motor, 2 years on parts and 1 year on labor|
|Step up height||5'' from floor to walking surface|
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The Human Solution suggests pairing this treadmill with an adjustable height desk wide enough to have it next to a chair, like our UpLift Treadmill Desk pictured above, so that you can alternate between sitting, standing and walking during the day.
The LifeSpan Desk Treadmill includes standard free curbside delivery. Upgrades are available for threshold, room of choice, and white glove delivery as well.
The LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 Standing Desk Treadmill is a great addition to your adjustable height desk, helping even more to battle the problems associated with spending too much time sitting, which include obesity, poor circulation and heart disease. We suggest pairing the treadmill with our recommended sit-stand desk solution, the UpLift 800. Some keys to using your LifeSpan TR1200-DT3 properly are wearing comfortable shoes and setting your desk at a height where both your wrists and shoulders are in a relaxed position while typing, as well as a level that displays your monitor at eye level to reduce strain. We also recommend keeping your treadmill pace at 1.0 to 2.0 mph while performing tasks such as typing or talking on the phone. You can go faster for cardiac workouts, but may find it hard to get work done efficiently. A 160 lbs. person will burn about 200 calories an hour while walking at 2.0 mph.