Casey Neistat is an internet film makes who makes quirky movies in his own entertaining style. On his recent client list are Nike, for whom he created the Make it count video, and Mercedes Benz for whom he’s currently making a four part series for the launch of their new CLA model, the CLA project.
In this video Casey tackles the problem of how to get exercise into his office hours. The 4min short is really a lot of fun and you should check it out.
An almost-ready version of the Nano Workouts book cover.
During this winter I was busting my ass to finish all illustrations and texts for the Nano Workouts book and I super excited to see that it’s now possible to pre-order it from amazon. Even though still haven’t seen the final version in it’s physical form I’m really proud of the content and judging by the drafts I have received from Ulysses Press I’m confident the book will look great.
Depending on how the book does will also determine the future of this blog so if you enjoy the blog please show your support and turn a few hard earned bucks into a physical edition of the best workout book of the century (I might not be 100% objective in that opinion). Also, if you would be so kind and share this with your network I would be even more grateful <3
Darrul Agawin’s 3-piece workspace furniture set which transform into exercise furniture.
Vancouver based based designer Darryl Agawin have designed a set of furniture which should invite the user to exercise. No sweat! is a three piece workspace furniture set which transforms into exercise equipment.
The set is based on some very common exercise tools; a step-up board, balance board, skipping rope and kettle bell.
I applaud the idea but I can’t help to feel that more could be done. Most of it are tools you pick off the furniture and then use for exercise separately and there’s not really too much benefit from having them by themselves. I would like to see a chair which folds for sit ups or a pull up bar desk.
Darryl claims that the set is designed for everyone but I think that everyone in this case have to really enjoy 80’s design and especially the Memphis reaction from 1981-85.
Still it’s a novel idea and it would be great to see more of this kind of thinking.