This is a pilot study of a new exercise device (TREDLR), which is designed to help your ankle bend and flex while seated using the momentum you have created. This exercise is called treadling. The goals of this project are to understand how your joints and muscles move with this type of exercise compared to conventional exercise and to explore improvements in mobility and exercise tolerance in individuals who treadle compared to those who do not.
We will ask you to wear a Fitbit device, visit the lab two times, and complete 0-18 ankle rotation exercise sessions.
$74 or $194 depending on assigned group.
Requirements for healthy volunteers are different than for those with a specific condition. If you are interested in becoming a healthy volunteer for this study, use the below categories to determine if you are able to participate.
Biomedical Engineering - Undergraduate
Clinical or Medical
Heart and Circulation
Healthy Volunteer or General Population