The No Red No Stop Urges You to Keep Skipping Through the Spectrum

 - Dec 11, 2013
When many people work out, they're watching the clock or their burned calories count and it makes the physical activity seem to draw out to an excruciating length. The No Red No Stop integrates a different feedback system that is not strictly numerical. It keeps track of your workout in a quantitative way, but it communicates with you in a qualitative one.

Designed by several creatives associated with the Ningbo Institute of Technology at Zhejiang University, this 2013 Red Dot Design Award winner is for those who chose to skip for exercise. The No Red No Stop is a hi-tech skipping rope that allows you to set specific goals. An LCD touchscreen in the handle lets you input a number of jumps. Throughout the progressive phases of your session, the jump rope itself changes color.