If you've ever felt frustrated at the office, this could be the answer.
A Berlin firm has created an alternative keyboard - made of punchbags.
To type, users simply hit or kick the key they want.
Created by German firm Bless for the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial, the firm said it wanted to make typing a 'full body experience'.
Bless is a fashion/design studio created in 1997 by Ines Kaag, based in Berlin, and Desiree Heiss in Paris.
We find it terribly outdated to have a day split into a working time and a leisure time,” the firm's founders said.
'The Workoutcomputer constitutes a new live/work balance manifesto.
'A living and punching statement against a work routine seated in front of a screen that, through its immobility, causes aches and pains that require an investment of time in exercise to remedy it.'
'A computer with a distributed keyboard made of punching bags, the Workoutcomputer ensures that typing becomes a full-body experience.'
Each of the pads contains a sensor linked to a laptop, allowing messages to be written and sent