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Fitness Equipment Disguised As A Stylish Living Room Set

Fitness Equipment Disguised As A Stylish Living Room Set
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The Panorma Fitness Carpet supports sit-ups and strengthening exercises while also functioning as a sofa, table and accessories.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 may 2012

The Panorama Fitness Carpet was designed by students Batia Bertho, Marjorie Broudieu and Salomé Le Lay from L’Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique. The carpet, which was on show during the Milan Furniture Fair, helps you get a workout while also functioning as a living room set. It replaces the sofa, table and accessories with a soft and quilted adjustable floor and fixed backrests.

Fitness Equipment Disguised As A Stylish Living Room Set

Slots in the base allow you to set the carpet in the appropriate position for supporting sit-ups, push- ups and strengthening exercises. The flexible central element lets you work on your abdominal muscles or six pack without hurting your back, and the height can be adjusted to alter the difficulty.

Fitness Equipment Disguised As A Stylish Living Room Set

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