05/06/2013 12:42 pm ET

Jane Fonda Kit House Is One Tiny Home That Will Keep You Fit (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

There's just too much awesomeness in this little space.

Architecture firm Elii Studio has created the Jane Fonda Kit House, a prototype of an off-the-grid residence that is powered by the sort of physical activity that the actress and fitness guru champions.

So, how does this work exactly? The kinetic energy generators turn appliances on throughout the small house once you start sweating on one of the "domestic fitness furniture" pieces. For instance, if you want to cook dinner for four, you'll have to hop on a stationary bike and workout for your meal (no pain, no gain, guys!)

While that might not be super appealing, as Inhabitat points out, the project definitely raises awareness about how much energy it takes to do small things like, watch your favorite Fonda workout video -- AM/PM Yoga, anyone?

Watch the video above to see just how this works. And be sure to head over to Archilovers and Inhabitat for more information.

Need a little inspiration to get fit? Click through our slideshow of Jane Fonda workout videos.

Jane Fonda's Workout Videos

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