Only Victoria Beckham could make walking a treadmill look so fabulous.

During a visit to Condé Nast College in London Wednesday, the fashion designer got to try out a treadmill with a built-in desk – so she could exercise and work at the same time.

She tweeted a picture of herself using the machinery, and wrote: “Every office should have one of these, work out and work at the same time!! Genius!! X vb.”

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The photo shows Vic multitasking as she works on a computer and walks – in her trademark towering heels, of course.

David Beckham’s leading lady had been at the school to speak to some of the students about the fashion industry.

She rocked a black coat with matching tights. The fashionista also shared a photo from the event, which features her in deep conversation with Susie Forbes, principal of the school.

It’s no surprise the brunette beauty tried to get a little exercise and work in during her visit since she prides herself on being such a hard worker.

"It was never my intention to prove anybody wrong," the former Spice Girl has said of her strong work ethic. "I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it.

"All these people [her fellow fashion designers], they've not just been given anything," adds the 39-year-old, who’s mom to sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 11, and Cruz, 9, and daughter Harper, 2.

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"They've worked hard. And I've never been given anything either. But I have a good work ethic; David has an incredible work ethic. I want my kids to have a good work ethic. I believe you can achieve anything if you work hard enough to get it."

And she’s focused on delivering that message to women all around the world.


She’s teamed up with Beyonce, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch and more famous females to ban the word ‘bossy’.

The campaign, set up by the Girl Scouts of the USA and, hopes to inspire young women to be strong, ambitious and go after success.

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