FitDesk: Work and exercise are at last combined!

by Mark R

As someone who writes for a living, I am more than concerned about my sedentary lifestyle. You can imagine my excitement when I got a chance to try out the FitDesk.

The FitDesk is a stationary bike that is designed to hold a laptop. Right now, I am typing out this entry while I am pedaling. All I can think about is all the weight I am going to lose with this! Yeah, I am probably being too optimistic with this particular thing, and I am pretty certain that I am not going to be able to keep pedaling for my entire work shift. Perhaps I need to do this for a month, and see what my scale tells me.

The FitDesk has a deck design for the laptop that is pretty stable, and even has space for a mouse. It even comes with pockets on the sides for a remote control or a cellular phone. What you might not be able to see in the picture is that the laptop is held on there with its included rubberbands.

So far, this post is going well, and I think I found my new active lifestyle! Best of all, the FitDesk is ultra compact so it can fold up and wheel into a compact space. You should be able to get the FitDesk from the main site for about $229.99 for a limited time.

3 reviews or comments

Don Says: November 16, 2011 at 8:27 am

You suck Mark. I bet you’re not even pedaling, you fat ass. Write a real review you hack job.

Writer Says: November 16, 2011 at 9:40 am

“…how much pounds…”

Don’t quit your day job.

jen waldron Says: November 16, 2011 at 11:52 am

I have the FitDesk, and it is as good as it looks!
If you want to work on the computer and feel great, you need to get a FitDesk.
My kids (14 & 12year old) love to play computer games and ride the FitDesk.
We all Love it!

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