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Reformer on the wall

Reformer, Reformer on the wall, who’s the fittest of… wait, a Reformer on the wall?⁣

Turns out Joseph H. Pilates didn’t leave too many stones unturned when trying to make his exercise apparatus integrate with his customers’ everyday life. An original patent for the Reformer, filed in the UK in 1925, includes a wall mount for the apparatus. It appears that this piece may have never been made, but it goes to show just how much the original work was always supposed to integrate with everyday living.

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