Giving new meaning to the phrase ‘bedroom workout’, the PIVOT bed transforms your bed into a functional gym.
To activate gym-mode, lift the frame of the bed and lock it into an upright position. Users can then use the base to perform workout activities and even pop out an optional power rack. The creators also claim you can use the frame to do dips and pull-ups without the fear of being toppled over.
What might seem like an unorthodox solution may help those living in small spaces or those looking to save time in the morning instead of traveling to the gym. With many areas in the world still experiencing gyms being closed, this might be an interesting substitute.
PIVOT Bed joins the burgeoning at-home fitness trend, with many companies receiving funding this quarter to grow their product ideas (Playbook, Caliber, and Future to name a few). Earlier this year, we covered Tempo in our newsletter as a popular choice for an at home gym; a product with 3D sensors to track your motion and improve your form. We also saw larger players like Lululemon step in to acquire Mirror - a literal mirror that acts as an interactive home gym.
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