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Gymygym Ergonomic Office Chair Helps Geeks Get Fit

by Shane McGlaun
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I am a purist when it comes to getting exercise. I don’t really want to do it in the house because someone always bothers me and interrupts my workout. I prefer to go to the gym to get it done. Getting to the gym is a problem for some folks though, so they opt for home workouts. If you are the home workout sort that happens to need a new chair for your computer, the GymyGym is here.

The ergonomic office chair sits in front of your computer and allows you to work out with elastic resistance straps while you sit. You can do number of exercises with the chair for your arms, legs, back, and core. The thing looks really cool too.

It looks like a chair made for gamers with a lot of elastic straps. I wonder how comfortable the thing is. The look sort of reminds me of those cheap lawn chairs with all the plastic straps. The chair is cool, but one of the downsides is the cost, the seat sells for $599 (USD) with free shipping or $299 with three more payments of $133.

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