With lockdown looming and gyms set to close once again, one company may have come up with the perfect solution - a bed that converts into a fully functional home gym.
The PIVOT Bed, by PIVOT Fitness, is currently on Kickstarter where it's hoping to get backing for its uniquely designed bed/gym.
The bed/gym is ideal for people short on space, with the gym requiring no more space than your bed already takes up.
To use it you can just flip it up, lock the bed securely into a vertical position and get working out.
The bed comes with a pull-up bar, dip bar and whole power rack built into the bed frame - there's also plenty of space to store other equipment underneath.
Colin Montgomery, Founder and CEO of PIVOT Fitness said: "It didn't seem to matter what exercise gear I bought, I never used it.
"I didn't have the space, so the equipment was hidden away in various rooms and it took an age to get set up to do a quick workout.
"When I built myself the first PIVOT Bed prototype, all that changed as I had a room dedicated to working out, with all the equipment already there.
"And I didn't have to give up that bedroom - it's every bit as good a bedroom as it was before."
He added: "Space in many UK homes is at a premium and is often stated as the biggest hurdle to exercising at home.
"The PIVOT Bed is a ground breaking addition to this market.
"It's convenience, coupled with a state-of-the-art design, means there are no more excuses to skipping a workout."
Some of us quite like having excuses to skip workouts, mate.
The Kickstarter is looking for £200,000 in backing and for those willing to pledge £750 or more, you'll be first to get your hands on one of the new beds - if PIVOT hits its funding total.
If you want to go all out, you can pledge £1,250 or more and you'll get yourself a bed, power rack and fitness mat.
The company is offering free shipping to the UK, EU, USA and Canada.
If you want to back the Kickstart - or find out more about the PIVOT Bed, you can do so here.Featured Image Credit: PIVOT Fitness