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Skip The Gym, Use An Office Chair To Get A Workout Instead

Skip The Gym, Use An Office Chair To Get A Workout Instead
Design & Architecture

'OfficeGym' is a system with two resistance bands that attaches to the back of any chair, allowing the user to perform exercises for the chest, shoulders, arms, back, abs, and legs.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 september 2012

OfficeGym is an exercise system that fits on a chair backrest and “allows three-dimensional exercises, based on the principle of rotation.” The piece of equipment attaches using flexible Velcro straps and lets you get in a quick workout at home or in the office.

Skip The Gym, Use An Office Chair To Get A Workout In

The system features aluminum handle tubes, which can be positioned up or down, with pulleys inside that let you perform a range of different exercises. OfficeGym lets you work on your chest, shoulders, arms, back, abs, and legs. It can improve your blood circulation, relieve stress and stiffness, and help to prevent spine health issues. The website provides examples of different exercises you can try out and the exercise equipment can be purchased for €149 ($193).

Skip The Gym, Use An Office Chair To Get A Workout In

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