ChairMaster, A Recliner That Doubles As A Personal Gym

October 3, 2013


Like having a super shitty gym right in your living room!

Because who has the time to work out and watch their favorite soap operas separately, this is the $1,400 ChairMaster, a recliner that has enough exercise equipment tucked inside to do 50 different exercises. Granted you WON'T do them, but the option is there. Given the choice, I would still go with a La-Z-Boy.

... there're seven accessories including resistance bands, a "mini-stepper", and velcro ankle straps that, when added to specific parts on the rig, enable a full-body workout comprising 50 different exercises

Obviously, your aunt has already ordered one. And she has every intention of working out and catching up on CSI: Kansas City simultaneously. Speaking of -- I actually started writing a pilot for a CSI show that takes place on the moon. It's called CSI: The Moon. Less gravity -- less rules. That's pretty much as far as I've gotten.

Continue for an informational video where Sally will takes on a tour of the different exercises.

Thanks to bluebill and PYY, who agree you'll see quicker results if you get up off your ass and stop drinking so much f***ing soda.

  • jimmy

    These were on Dragons Den years ago, and got laughed out of the room. Why do they think they will do any better with them now?

  • Alien426

    Reminds me of Denis Leary making fun of StairMaster in his No Cure For Cancer program: "Ok? What's next? A fucking ChairMaster!? »I sit down. I
    get up. I sit down. I get up. I sit down. I get up.« The DoorMaster. »I open
    the door. I close...« What the fuck?"

  • Sweet. So I can have a 1400$ exercise chair in the comfort of my own home to completely ignore just like my gym membership.

  • Guest

    So I can be a fit couch potato. Sweet!

  • It beats the shake weight for sure...

  • the antagonist

    Cool, except you can do the vast majority of those exercise with any pre-existing recliner a couple dumbbells or a $30 dollar set of resistance bands.

  • Dave Walker

    It would get all sweaty then you would sit in it to watch tv...doesnt seem right


    This equipment represents the end of America

  • jessica_whelan

    Lets be honest. I would use it for a week, then revert to using it purely as a recliner.

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