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No, Sweat! by Vancouver-based product designer Darryl Agawin is a 3-piece workspace furniture set that can transform into a mini gym. Combination of workspace and workout furniture allows you to take a brake from busy work schedules and do some exercise.
Description from designers, “The exercises that No, Sweat! utilizes are based on pre-established and well known routines and styles. The basic forms that shaped No Sweat! were drawn from the exercise step, the balance board, the weight bar, the skip rope and the kettle bell. Hundreds of exercises can be extrapolated from these basic structures and equipment.
No, Sweat! can be used wherever desk work is done; from the company office to a studio apartment. This set is designed for everyone, as exercise is important for all ages. No, Sweat! benefits those interested in fitness, yet have not joined a public gym or unable to purchase dedicated home equipment due to a lack of space or finances.
In the same fashion that the 1980s Memphis style design was a postmodern response to Bauhaus’ Form follows function, No, Sweat! proves that one does not need fancy, modern gym equipment in order to have a full body workout. No, Sweat! provides a mental and physical break from the work day and gets people moving.”