[FoRK] Walking While Working
<jeff at jeffreykay.com> on
Mon Feb 4 10:23:27 PST 2008
I find that I don't jerk around that much. It's really all about finding
the right speed. I'm still experimenting with it, ranging from 0.7 mph to 1
mph. My typing is actually very smooth while walking. In fact, it's easily
as smooth as when I'm sitting at my desk. I did find that I sort of rocked
back and forth while when I first got on it, but once I realized I was doing
that, I stopped and everything just sort of "clicked".
Right now I'm typing this while walking 1 mph and haven't really had any
more difficulty typing than I would if I were seated.
-- jeff | jeff at jeffreykay.com | www.jeffreykay.com (blog) |
From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com] On Behalf Of B.K.
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 9:59 AM
To: Friends of Rohit Khare
Subject: Re: [FoRK] Walking While Working
Fascinating. How do you isolate your torso enough to be able to keep
walking and not have to hesitate or jerkily type?
On Feb 4, 2008 12:47 PM, Jeffrey Kay <jeff at jeffreykay.com> wrote:
> Thought y'all might find this interesting - I've become a "work walker" -
> treadmill instead of a desk chair. I seem to recall that someone on this
> list did something like this a few years ago with a weight bench or an
> exercise cycle. The concept is based on work done by James Levine
> [http://mayoresearch.mayo.edu/mayo/research/Staff/levine_ja.cfm] at the
> clinic. Click through to read about NEAT
> Pictures posted on my blog at www.jeffreykay.com.
> -- jeff | jeff at jeffreykay.com | www.jeffreykay.com (blog) |
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