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Researchers at the University of Kentucky are studying aerobic and muscle recruitment responses to Flywheel-based Inertial Training (FIT), a new type of exercise. Participants in the study will make four visits (one to two hours each) to UK’s Exercise Physiology Lab on campus. Participants will be compensated $20 at the end of the study.

You may be eligible to participate if you:

• Are between the ages of 18 and 50

• Regularly participate in aerobic and resistance exercise

You may NOT be eligible to participate if:

• You have had a back or leg injury or surgery in the past 6 months

• You have any of the following disorders or diseases:

- Balance

- Neuromuscular (ex. multiple sclerosis)

- Cardiovascular

- Musculoskeletal (ex. Arthritis)

- Pulmonary (ex. COPD)

- Metabolic (ex. diabetes)

For more information:

Lance Bollinger, PhD


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