Last month we profiled the OfficeGYM as a Kinetic(Mis)Shift and compared it to products such as the GymyGym exercise chair. However, we misunderstood how this product worked. It isn’t actually a “standard desk chair with a few springs added,” but rather a piece of equipment that could be attached to existing office chairs to get in a bit of workout while at the desk.
We’re still not sure we’d want to attach this to our Aeron Chair or other high-end office furniture, but the company did make us take a second look, and we do agree it could offer a way to stretch the arms after hours spent in front of the computer. It might be just as easy to have a few free weights in the office too, but we do like that OfficeGym provides an alternative.