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Senior psychology student Madison Lloyd of Berkeley Lake, Georgia, demonstrating isometric sit-ups on the third-generation model of Dr. David Peterson’s 5-in-1 lower body trainer, designed with help from mechanical engineering students.

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Dr. David Peterson, assistant professor of kinesiology at Cedarville University, is designing a new 5-in-1 lower body trainer with help from students in Cedarville’s mechanical engineering program.


Cedarville University mechanical engineering students have built mind-blowing supermileage cars, solar boats, an AI golf cart, remote control planes and a rocket. Now, a group of mechanical engineering students is working to bring to market a versatile five-in-one lower body trainer.

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Cedarville, Cedarville University, mechanical engineering, kinesiology, allied health, lower body trainer



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