When the world went into lockdown, anyone with a fitness studio membership had to figure out how to adapt at home.
People borrowed weights from their gym, or hired reformer Pilates machines that took up space in their lounge room, but ultimately you couldn’t recreate a whole studio experience at home.
Now you can – with a new machine that loads up to 200kg – the equivalent of a whole rack of weights in a gym.
The Perth father-of-three behind the Vitruvian Form came up with the idea back in 2008.
Jon Gregory was a high frequency trader for hedge funds and banks who had a degree in applied physics.
“We had a gym in the back of our trading room which we’d use when the markets were quiet,” he said.
“That was the genesis of the idea, thinking we should be able to do much better than just pushing