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Self-rolling Yoga Mat: Now There’s No Excuse Not to Do It

by Conner Flynn
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You want to do yoga and get all of the benefits to your body and mind, but there’s one problem. That pesky yoga mat is such a pain. Who needs the hassle of laying your mat out and then rolling it up when you are done? That’s way too much work. Well, problem solved.

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The YoYo Mat has a pair of metal strips along the edges that keep it straight when it is fully unfurled, but when it is flipped over, the whole thing will roll-up on its own. Think of it as a giant slap bracelet. It works its magic while still remaining comfortable since it’s 5.5 mm thick, and made from a closed-cell foam construction that prevents bacteria, mold, and odor.

It will stay rolled up without needing a strap too, and it unrolls with just a toss. What’s funny is, anyone who does yoga is probably not lazy enough to need one. If you want one, all it takes is a $79(USD) pledge on Kickstarter.

[via Gizmodo via OhGizmo!]

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