Work off That Turkey with Italian Architect-Designed Gym Equipment

There’s gym equipment, and then there’s Personal equipment brought to life by Italian architect Antonio Citterio in collaboration with Technogym, maker of the ultra luxe tools that aren’t just functional, but beautiful, and, (this is fun) will transfer your preferences to machines around the world once logged in. Your favorite channels, your progress… it’s all there, no matter where you are.

The Kinesis Personal machine might remind you of Da Vinci’s Vitruvian man, and given that the inspiration behind the machines are both nature and science, it makes sense. Practically any movement is possible. Resistance is upped by the turn of a dial rather than lugging around heavy weights. It’s beautiful enough that you wouldn’t want to hide it, which is quite useful for smaller spaces (does anyone reading this live in New York?)

We’re always looking for ways to make wellness more enjoyable, and this collection fits the bill. Learn more here.

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