Dezeen promotion: architect Antonio Citterio‘s fitness equipment collection Personal Line for Technogym was created to be placed “in the most beautiful spaces” of people’s homes.
Technogym was launched in the 1980s by Nerio and Pierluigi Alessandri and has been the official equipment supplier for athletic training at the Olympics since 2000.
The Personal Line collection of premium home fitness equipment includes a treadmill, bike, recline, elliptical, kinesis and power station.
The various fitness products can be combined to create a fully-equipped home gym, or users can choose their favourite equipment to use in their bedroom or living room.
The pieces are crafted with refined materials. They designed by Citterio to not stand out as training equipment, but rather be stylish additions to the home.
The complete cardio collection from Technogym is made in Italy and has a sleek, streamlined design.
The Recline Personal exercise bike received the 2012 “Best of the Best” Red Dot Design Award in the product category, while the steel-and-aluminium Bike Personal was conceived as a design to suit any interior style.
Another piece in the collection is Technogym’s Kinesis Personal, which intends to enable coordinated movements based on fitness techniques.
The wall-mounted equipment offers 200 exercise possibilities with a focus on strength, flexibility, and balance training.
Technogym’s collection aims to “take fitness and wellness at home into a new era”.
Also included in the collection are Run Personal, a treadmill that combines functional design with state-of-the-art technology, and the Cross Personal crosstrainer.
Each of the machines features Technogym’s Live console, a newly-launched addition that lets users choose from on-demand training content.
These include personalised content, outdoor virtual training, and trainer-led sessions, as well as entertainment options including a wide range of apps, social media platforms and TV and streaming channels.
The Live console also features Technogym Coach, which the brand says is the first artificial intelligence applied to fitness, and which manages users’ data to create a personalised experience.
To view more of Technogym’s products and how to create a wellness space at home, visit its website.
This article was written by Dezeen for Technogym as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.
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