You Can Save $120 On The Most Popular Standing Mat, Today Only

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“Don’t settle for a normal mat!” That’s the tagline for the TerraMat, a thick 3D floor mat that is easy on the feet and reduces fatigue while standing. It allows you to stand in 11 different stances, and the mounds are designed to give your feet a nice massage. Since it first launched a Kickstarter campaign, the TerraMat has become quite popular, eventually becoming the #1 most popular floor comfort mat.

Today only, it is 60 percent off:

Normally $200, this standing desk mat is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $200, this standing desk mat is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

TerraMat Standing Desk Mat on sale for $79.99

Here’s a closer look at all the topographical features on this mat:

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Flat Anti-Fatigue Area: Give your feet and legs a cushy break from the hard floor -> BENEFIT: Less spinal compression and feet/legs that fatigue more slowly
Massage Mounds: Give the soles of your feet and arches a nice massage -> BENEFIT: Plantar Fascitis relief and happy feet
Support Track: An alternate position for your feet -> BENEFIT: Stretch your soleus (outer calf) and hip flexors
Power Wedge: An alternate position for your feet and great calf stretcher -> BENEFIT: Stretch out your calves while you answer those emails!
Pressure Peaks: Take your shoes off and stimulate your feet -> BENEFIT: Wake up tired feet and massage soles and arches of your feet
Balance Bar: Prop one foot on the balance bar to alternate your stance or put both feet on to do calf raises or work on your balance -> BENEFIT: More movement during the day, stronger calves and a tighter core.

In other words, there’s a lot you can do with your feet here!

This mat has 3D features for stretching and massaging (Photo via Amazon)

This mat has 3D features for stretching and massaging (Photo via Amazon)

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