In the bedroom, every inch can be important. And this is the penultimate of the double meanings that I will use in this post. One more and I'm done, I swear.
PIVOT was created precisely to capture the trend of 'multipurpose' home environments, and make the most of the available space.
The gym bed
This is PIVOT: a home gym in the bedroom. Nothing more, nothing less. It is a (really) sturdy bed frame that can rotate 90 degrees and free up complete fitness equipment.
The invasion of multipurpose environments
The bedroom becomes a full-fledged gym, in four different configurations (for different degrees of intensity of the workouts).
Once upon a time there was a completely different kind of gymnastics in the bedroom
(It was the last double meaning. I'm done) What tools do you need? Depending on the configurations, PIVOT integrates a pull-up bar, a complete power rack, a bench, a weight area, a punching bag. Even a display to keep an eye on courses and performance.
The structure is also able to comfortably house and accommodate tools when not in use, so you can work out without making the bedroom look like a mess with weights everywhere.
In the post-Covid world, of course, an option like this (and how others similar) will never be able to undermine physical gyms. And this for many reasons that are not difficult to imagine.
Gyms will always exist, beyond the bedroom
They are more complete, they allow socialization, you are better followed.
Nevertheless, the trend of being able to exercise at home with a "backup gym" (even where you sleep, why not) will continue.