Jeff Grainger of IncludeFitness says the company "has developed fitness equipment that can be used by any person with no help needed despite physical limitation." (Photo courtesy of IncludeFtiness)
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9 Q&A: IncludeFitness of Cincinnati aims to provide access to 'unbiased exercise equipment' for all

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CINCINNATI - Each Monday WCPO Contributor Feoshia Davis presents "9 Q&A," a series that introduces the Tri-State to the local innovators and entrepreneurs who are bringing new ideas to life.

IncludeFitness is set to debut its first in a line of fitness equipment that it says anyone can use, regardless of physical limitations.

The Cincinnati company's first product, The Access, is a strength-training machine set for a full debut in late 2014.

Become a WCPO Insider to read how CEO Jeff Grainger says The Access will change the way people work out, whether or not they have physical limitations.


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