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ART which brings BALANCE to your life

To be honest, no exercise equipment in the home or office is used nonstop. It is basically a success if it is used at least a little. In addition, most exercise equipment is visually more suitable for gyms, which in combination with occasional use sooner or later leads to a complete disposal of the product … and you are done exercising!

So let’s look at it DIFFERENTLY …what if the balance to your life was brought by something minimalist, artistic and natural? LOG or straight a set of LOGs!


2 balance elements

3 difficulty levels

playful, fun, aesthetic, minimalist

LOGs – barefu

stand – sculptor

Lukáš Hazuka

2 positions of the stand

activate the muscles of the whole body and strengthen the core

mental relaxation / return to the present


you can divide it into halves and create two balance LOGs. These can be used on both sides, with the flat side having integrated anti-slip rubbers to prevent it from slipping on the floor. The LOGs can also be used with the round side down on the mat or carpet, or they can cross one with another for more difficult balance. They have integrated magnets to keep the LOGs together.

Set of LOGs

contains 3 LOGs, which can be divided into halves and thus offer you 6 balance LOGs in 3 different difficulty levels. That’s why up to 6 people can train on them at the same time! In addition, it is possible to build balance paths or a home version of the “slack-line”.

Why you need balancing?

When balancing on an unstable surface, the body engages a number of external as well as internal muscles. Balancing is a great way to strengthen the feet, leg muscles, arm muscles and our “core”, which is responsible, for example, but not only, for posture. The weakened core is often the cause of low back pain or a bulging abdomen.

The great advantage of balancing is that it also employs the mind! Maintaining balance requires a complex interplay of movements that the mind is forced to turn off and consciously focus on the moment. So you meditate, you don’t even know when!

LOGs as a work of art

We knew that the LOGs were a great, practical and minimalist tool, but we didn’t really know how to come up with a simple, practical and aesthetic stand. That’s why we invited the sculptor Lukáš Hazuka to collaborate and he did something completely different than we imagined … but he did it GREAT!

He did not look at LOGs as a training aid, but as a pure wooden object, for which he was looking for the right contrasting material and shape. And so he created a stand that not only has 2 positions of use, is very practical when handling LOGs, but especially itself is ART. He created a product you want to look at. And that means the most important thing is that you can easily use it anytime!

Where can you use LOGs?

At home

Home “slack line”, balance paths, heel pads, when playing or exercising, under the desk, as a musical instrument, as a work of art to please the soul and eyes … Because an active and meaningful environment around you encourages you to move naturally and brings you a happier and better life.

At work

Under the workbench as a rest element for positioning the feet, at a “stand up” workplace, in chill-out zones, as a work of art to elevate the aesthetics of the work environment … Because balancing is such a complex movement that it forces both the body and the mind to consciously concentrate. After such an activity, the employee is able to perform his work more efficiently and with better quality. In addition, balancing in the relaxation zone brings joy to the workplace and breaks the ice between colleagues.

In movement centers or physiotherapy clinics

Due to the fact that each LOG can be divided into two separate balance pieces, it can be used in many exercises that require more space between the feet or different angles. When stepped on the round side, it is pushed out 2. and 3rd metatarsal and thus balance exercises can be practiced in which there is support for the transverse arch. The variability of strengthening, balancing and streching exercises is limited only by your imagination.