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Uploaded on Mar 18, 2008

This is my "walking office". A friend of mine (who is also a computer programmer) does this and I thought it was a good idea, so here's mine.

I started doing this about 6 weeks ago and at first it was very tiring. But now I can walk for 5 hours a day (with breaks) before my feet can't take it anymore, which amounts to about 12 miles. You can hardly tell you're walking while your head is busy at work, so it's like free exercise.

If you try this, make sure to turn off or pause the treadmill belt if you leave the room for any period of time. Kids can get their fingers caught in it or someone can trip on it. It's dangerous. It's not my fault if anyone gets hurt doing this so be careful.

Sorry GH subscribers for this diversion! :-P I'm almost able to 5-star TTFAF so that video will probably be next :)
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