Type A-The Solution

Aaron McHugh

So some guy, some Type A, must have decided that he would combat his trajectory towards a heart attack by inventing one of these.

The Treadmill Workstation.

I am not sure if this is genius or if it is the image that the rest of the world uses for their version of anti-motivational posters.  It might say “Don’t move to America.”

I hope you enjoy the wiki article below.

Type A & B Personality


Type A personality behavior was first described as a potential risk factor for heart disease in the 1950s by cardiologists Meyer Friedman and Mike Jordan. After a ten-year study of healthy men between the ages of 35 and 59, Friedman and Rosenman estimated that Type A behavior doubles the risk of coronary heart disease in otherwise healthy individuals.

Type A

The theory describes a Type A individual as ambitious, aggressive, business-like, controlling, highly competitive, impatient, preoccupied with his or her status, time-conscious, arrogant and tightly-wound. People with Type A personalities are often high-achieving “workaholics” who multi-task, push themselves with deadlines, and hate both delays and ambivalence.