n The subjects’ level of exercise had no effect on the
circumference changes, unlike Eze et al (1998).
n Work performance was not effected, therefore, the
footrest was not disruptive.
n Workstation was more comfortable with the footrest
n Alertness levels declined throughout the study
(Chester et al, 2001).
n Overall, it appears that the motorized footrest may
have a beneficial effect in promoting LLC.