The Evo Fitness Bike “ix” changes the dynamic of home workouts by providing owners with an attractive show piece that looks as good in the living room as it does in the gym. Evo’s “Active Sway Frame” allows a 10-degree sway to either side to enhance the workout by engaging the user’s core and upper body as they pedal. It imitates the natural motion of real cycling in the comfort of home! You can own it here! Check out the vid to see all the cool features
Designer: Mark de Grasse
Designed with youth mind, the Ground Wave is an inspiring shoe design that aims to introduce exercise in a subtle, fun and relevant way that’s similar to playing a video game. Synced with a wireless app, the system gives dance moves to the wearer, tracking their movement with sensors and accelerometers and keeping track of their achievements and scores. User’s can share their scores with friends on social channels and even form their own dance crews!
Designer: Tom Sykes
At first glance, Vela might look like nothing more than a peculiar modern sculpture, but it’s actually the first of a new breed of exercise equipment designed for the aesthetically attuned user. The design thumbs its nose at other exercise bikes that, more often than not, end up an eye-sore in many people’s living rooms.
Designer: Lunar Studio
In the modern world, the average working person sits almost 10 hours per day! It seems a bit unnatural doesn’t it? It’s no wonder that the latest trend in furniture is seating that aims to work your body while you’re at work. The Jopple is one example that forces the user to maintain balance while seated so they maintain a tight core. The design’s cushions also fold out to form a workout pad where the user can do crunches or stretch. If only it would yell at you when you’re being lazy!
Designers: Camille Jaigu, Mathilde de Colnet & Marion Veauvy