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Pedal Power: Who Says Sitting All Day Means You Can’t Burn Calories?


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What It Is: The stats are out there and they are staggering – sitting is killing us. While standing or treadmill desks are one option, for some people they’re not conducive to their work spaces. Enter Cubii. This under-desk elliptical machine boasts it’s the quietest device of its type, and can help burn up to 150 calories per hour. Plus it has smart tracking capabilities if your fitness tracker can’t ‘follow’ that you’re pedaling while seated. It’s a great way to stay trim between visits to the gym!

Who It’s For: Your spouse, to stave off those love handles. Your boss, to burn off some of that energy. Your work-from-home parents, to keep their hearts pumping.

What It Costs: $349 USD

Where It’s At: Shop Cubii here.

Score an extra entry into my The Body Shop giveaway! Shoot me a comment below telling me what you think of this exercise machine! Would you use it at work?

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28 Responses to “Pedal Power: Who Says Sitting All Day Means You Can’t Burn Calories?”
  1. Tom D. says:

    Pricey. I would not buy it. Gym time is good enough.

  2. Heather Swanson says:

    interesting but no room under my desk at my volunteer job

  3. aketch says:

    Interesting, but I do enough running around in the course of my day.

  4. katydidit21 says:

    It’s an interesting idea for people who are at their desks all day.

  5. Kim K says:

    Great idea for those who sit for long periods of time.

  6. Susan says:

    I think it is a great idea for those who sit for long periods.

  7. cookie3 says:

    Great idea but quite pricey.

  8. Chanel says:

    This is great, so compact and convenient! I would definitely use this at work

  9. intensev5 says:

    I like how small and portable it is

  10. baylou says:

    I’d want to try it before purchasing.

  11. Victoria Ess says:

    I would love to try this!

  12. Joan G. says:

    I would use it at home watching TV – I think it’s a great machine.

  13. Lindsey says:

    This would be great during the winter months.

  14. Giselle says:

    I couldn’t use it at work but I would definitely use it at home if it wasn’t so expensive.

  15. Donna L. says:

    I’d use it at home.

  16. Shelley N says:

    I am on my feet all day at work so I definitely could not use it. It is pretty expensive so even if I had a desk job I would not buy it. I would rather go out golfing and get some fresh air and exercise

  17. tammy ta says:

    I would love to have this and use it.

  18. Wish I could afford it

  19. Julie P says:

    I would use it

  20. AliKira says:

    I would use it… but I would use it at home rather than at work as I’m sure it would be too noisy at work.

  21. Alison K says:

    BONUS So Beautiful The Body Shop ENTRY : I think this exercise machine is great but one needs the motivation to use it and any other gadget for it to be beneficial. For it’s price I can’t justify getting it ‘cos I can just see it going to the exercise equipment bone yard. Now if it also generated energy that might be an incentive. Thanks

  22. Alyssa says:

    Great idea!! I’d love this!

  23. Alana LeSueur says:

    I love this exercise machine…nothing like being able to work out, even when I am sitting watching TV on the couch. I am currently not working due to a chronic lower back injury, but as I am always working at home on some project on the long list of to-do’s, I would definitely be using this sweet machine ‘at work’.

  24. janicour says:

    I really like the idea. It would work well for people who sit at a dest all day, but as a nurse, I am walking all day.I may use it at home while watching TV

  25. jared says:

    looks gimmicky

  26. Mary Danieli says:

    I could surely see myself use this at work or even at home watching TV.

  27. Aimee says:

    This is good idea, good for my husband I am a subscriber

  28. Donnas says:

    I love this exercise machine. I would definitely use it at work.

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