And next year, it could be coming to a gym near you as IncludeFitness.
Eder said he's making a line of equipment accessible to all ages and abilities.
IncludeFitness also blends innovations in technology to help people of all abilities push their limits to have their best workout. Users will be able to use that data to customize their workouts.
"Not just are you getting stronger, but we can look at it from a velocity, force, power, tempo, range of motion. And, look at it on each individual muscle group and compare that to larger macro trends across demographics and across different facilities," he said.
The equipment should start shipping early next year. Some have already preordered, Eder said, including customers in pediatric care, aging care, neurological rehabilitation and traditional orthopedics.
"Seniors to wheelchair users, elite athletes -- it doesn't matter. We should all have equal access to health," he said.