Dwelling gyms that complement your IKEA furnishings and be sure you meet your health objectives!

The pandemic kept most of us inside our homes, and not that we needed more excuses to stash the gym, but now we have a legitimate one – there is literally a virus at large! But we can no longer afford to ignore our health and fitness. If there is one thing that COVID-19 has instilled in us, it is health really is wealth. And as much as I love to hesitate and postpone any form of exercise for as long as possible, I can’t deny that health must be a top priority for all of us. And if we can’t go to the gym, we can bring the gym to us! Not only will this collection of home gyms keep you motivated and stimulated to exercise, but it will also ensure that you stick to your daily workout routine. No more skipping leg days!

Oliver Perretta’s stamina was inspired by a piece of furniture that actually resembles a standard training bench, the BEKANT series from IKEA. Both IKEA’s BEKANT and Perretta’s stamina have similar personalities, as they appear as unassuming, simple furniture designs whose true essence is expressed in their ability to blend into a given space. First a modest side bench or low table during living room lessons, and then an adjustable home workout with a sliding bench in the gym. Perretta was sure to make bull nose corners for Kondition’s workout station to improve both the piece’s adaptability and accessibility in its inherently child-safe design. In addition, Perretta plans to use aluminum extrusion in any subsequent building process as it would ensure a high strength-to-weight ratio for more intense workouts. Stamped panels also make it easy and thorough to clean, so work never feels stressful after a good sweat.

Instead of answering the unanswered questions (who can say what’s next for 2020), the team behind G-Wall specially designed their home gym so that it can be stored behind the door of a closet or cupboard. This way, the time that you would have spent making room for your home fitness system is instead being spent actually using it. The G-Wall Home Fitness System has several great features: variable modules, customizability by the user and compatibility, to name a few. Each user decides which modules should comprise the larger system. This means that despite the space it takes up in your home, the design of G-Wall offers the possibility of adding a home gym anywhere. The different modules that users can choose from range from cardiovascular equipment to free weights to heavy training. The equipment that comes with each module is stored in cabinets or racks that hang easily behind doors or that the user deems appropriate for their personal space.

SlimBeam is a sleek, multifunctional home cable machine that offers a variety of training options for users. The slim wooden body fits in every living room. The cable machine comes with an integrated pull-up bar, weights, an accessory adapter and many different cable options for various weight exercises such as triceps extensions or pushdowns. The designers at NOHrD made all of these exercise options available to users as cable machines are designed to target the deeper layer muscles that are lacking in isolated strength training. SlimBeam’s body may be slim and minimal, but no functionality was compromised in the manufacture of this cable machine. SlimBeam is just over three meters high and 16 inches wide, and offers up to eight meters of cord extension so users can practice that golf swing or rowing stroke.

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Realizing that most people don’t have enough space for gym equipment in their home, the money to go to the gym, or even the willpower to hit the gym every day, Josh Hume made his way to the gym Bring household. The catch? It had to be the smallest, most comprehensive (and most grueling!) Gym ever built. After several iterations, the FITT cube was born. With an edge dimension of 450 mm, the FITT Cube takes up as much space as a footstool and has a mini stepper (with its own 7-segment LCD display), a rotatable seat, handles, a plyometric platform and even resistance bands. The FITT cube also contains an instruction manual, an exercise overview and a nutrition guide so that you always stay up to date.

This 3-in-1 fitness wall by NOHrD with the name Wall Compact is an exception and surprisingly takes up as little space as expected – nothing more than your little couch. The home fitness solution was developed by WaterRowers (more than three decades of experience developing rowing machines) sister brand NOHrD, which focuses on form and function. Their design ideology focuses on the user and the aesthetics of the fitness equipment while maintaining the highest standards of strength training backed by science. With this multi-faceted fitness machine, which has its own interactive training program for virtual trainers, accessible via the touchscreen, you can train all the major muscles of your body. You can do chest, forearm, biceps, triceps, shoulder and back exercises at the cable stations on each side. With the SwingBells on the wall, you have more freedom to record your free strength training sessions.

The Tempo Studio is a gym set with a display and a motion tracking camera that actively scans and monitors your exercises in 3D. With built-in workout routines performed by expert trainers who conduct live workouts, the pace is the same as a zoom video call with your fitness trainer. Take a personalized, live session with a fitness trainer of your choice and the trainer on the other side of the screen will guide you through your workout. The Tempo Studio is equipped with a training mat and all the necessary training equipment. Tempo’s AI-enabled camera module captures and tracks your body’s movements during exercise, so the trainer remotely knows where you are. I’m going wrong

James Wall’s Gym Box is no bigger than two shoe boxes that can be stored continuously. It looks deceptively small for a home gym, but when you open it, it turns into a comprehensive resistance and boxing training kit. With an adjustable bench, step-up box, resistance platform, and multiple resistance bands, the gym box can be used in a variety of ways. It includes more than 165 exercises and offers you full body workouts for weight loss. Building muscle or building muscle. Designed for two things – compact and versatile – the Gym Box allows you to fit all of your fitness equipment into something small enough to slide under your bed or on the bottom shelf of your closet. It weighs 28 pounds and measures no more than 45 inches in length, making it perhaps one of the smallest all-in-one home gyms around. Once it opens, its parts can be configured in a variety of arrangements or even used independently. The adjustable bench can be adjusted to a 90 ° angle with a 1¼ ”thick steel tube or reclined to 180 ° to ensure that it is as sturdy as the equipment you find in gyms.

With the NOVA from Paul Francis you can change your health and your body, no matter where you are, without having to go to a gym. The single training device is a high-performance portable gym that offers high-resistance full-body strength training at home, in the office, or on the go. “The NOVA gym offers up to 18 kg of resistance in every movement in every plane of movement, but weighs only 1.12 kg and can be folded up to go anywhere,” says Paul Francis, who designed the design and is also an architect , Industrial designer and inventor. The team used their patented SpiraFlex technology, which offers weightless resistance, and indeed it was first resistance training device in space (NASA iRED) – Francis really is an inventor because his technology is out of this world! SpiraFlex feels smooth and linear like free weights, with no weight or momentum. The stainless steel cables were coated with nylon in order to remain durable with high resistance for long-term use.

The groove was designed for the efficiency of Pilates reformers, strength training and gymnastics, and integrated an entire gym into one piece of furniture. Hannah Fink reimagined training at home by combining practicality with style. The Groove mounts three padded units on quiet rubber wheels and connects them with resistance bands. This enables a catalog of possible exercises: heel raises, bicep curls, leg presses, gliding boards. The Groove is based on Pilates and gymnastics and encompasses the four pillars of fitness: aerobics, strengthening, stretching and balance. Because most home fitness equipment only focuses on one pillar, users can unknowingly neglect other muscle groups, which can create an imbalance that leads to overuse injuries.

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The WalkingPad opens into a large treadmill without side rails. With two wheels at the front end, you can easily roll the folded WalkingPad to and from your sofa or bed. Setting up the treadmill is as easy as opening it with a single lift. Once unfolded, the belt is immediately tensioned around the treadmill and when switched on, a display on the front of the product comes to life. The WalkingPad can be used in two modes. In a manual mode you can set a set speed for your feet to follow, while in an automatic mode you can walk fast or slow while the traction belt under your feet adjusts its speed to your gait. You even have the additional handheld remote control with which you can operate the WalkingPad, while you can follow your walk and then your training with a mobile app. When you’re done, just fold the WalkingPad up and slide it comfortably under your couch! A properly functioning gym has never been so convenient.

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