Canadian Business Magazine Executive Editor Tests the WalkTop Treadmill Desk

by Devon Bolton March 23, 2015

Canadian Business Magazine's Executive Editor, Carol Toller, tried the WalkTop™ Treadmill Desk in her office. She debunks some treadmill desk myths and gives her honest review of what to expect when you get a treadmill desk in the office. For starters...everyone wants to talk about it!

Here is a link to the entire article on Canadian Business Magazine Online.





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