Lose Weight and Stay Fit — Without Ever Leaving Your Cubicle!

Turn sedentary work time into a workout opportunity.

Work Out at Work!

Trapped at your desk for hours on end? Why not keep things active. We've found all sorts of gadgets and gizmos that can help you turn sedentary work time into a workout opportunity.

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Put Your Feet Up

Restless office dwellers might like this one: The Webble is an "active footrest" that lets you keep your feet and legs moving, even while you'e seated. More info.

Lend a Hand

The principal behind the Xtensor is fairly straightforward: If you use your hands repetitively -- whether for data entry, application development, tennis or playing a musical instrument -- you can likely benefit from exercising your hands in the opposite direction. More info.

Walk and Work

Burn calories while you're desk-bound with the Steelcase Walkstation. The integrated treadmill-plus-desk combines an adjustable work surface with a commercial-grade treadmill. Prices start at about $4,200.

SOHO Workout

The $479 TrekDesk can help you turn your treadmill into a workstation. It has file trays, cup holders and a manuscript holder, plus it folds up for storage when you're not using it. More info.

Arm Yourself

The Dynaflex PowerBall Gyro ($42.95) delivers a workout for your hand, wrist and arm -- plus a light show. It's designed to strengthen your grip, tone your arms and wrists and increase flexibility. More info.

Have a Ball

Ball Dynamics' FitBALL can be used as an office chair either on its own or with the company's FitBALL Holder, which helps keep the ball in place when you get up. FitBALL exercise balls cost between $22 and $42. The FitBALL Holder sells for $16.95. More info.

These Shoes Were Made for Walkin'

How about a pair of fitness shoes to add a little muscle-toning to your workday? Shoemaker Skechers offers a whole line of Shape-ups shoes that are designed to help tone your muscles and improve circulation. More info.

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