I've often wondered why nobody makes an exercise 
bike workstation. Users could pedal away while working 
on the computer and talking on the phone.

It would take a very innovative carmaker to offer an 
exercise bike in a vehicle, but what a great use of 
commuting time. The car would have to use hand 
controls for the throttle and brake, as paraplegics use, 
because the feet and legs would be busy bicycling. As 
a former motorcyclist, I don't think it would be too 
tough to master hand controls. 

--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, bob_brigante <no_reply@> wrote:
> <snip>
> > Can't you configure a computer setup that would allow you to walk on 
> > a treadmill while working on the computer? I have never tried it, 
> > but I believe it's doable, although it would probably have to be a 
> > very slow walking pace, but it's better than sitting for hours. 
> > http://www.squidoo.com/walkingwhileworking
> I have a cheap little plastic thingie under my desk
> (also good for long airplane rides) with pedals (up-
> and-down flat ones, not like on a bicycle) that I try
> to use when I'm working at the computer.  It's not
> really exercise per se, but at least it gets the blood
> moving in my legs.
> Trouble is, I can't use it if I have to be using the
> mouse, because the foot motion moves the rest of my
> body just enough to make it hard to click in exactly
> the place I want.  I should think walking, even very
> slowly, would have the same effect.

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