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there's more power to this work out than meets the eye the what's generated on this treadmill walk are not only boosting this woman's health they're also providing energy for the entire Jim bother exercising and burning calories actually able to produce what's which we use that energy to power the facility itself so we're harnessing human power to please clean energy at the facility it's one of the perks of Sacramento ego fitness a California fitness facility were members literally help keep the lights on this non motorized treadmill as well as several upright bicycles have built in inverters similar to those found on solar panels and wind turbines those turn the what's generated during workouts into electricity for the gym any excess power is sent to a battery that keeps the lights on during off peak hours I think it's something that doesn't take anything extra and people are using this equipment so why not this is integrated everywhere , at least one Jim in London is also on board called terra hail it offer spinning classes that wall sweaty great lots of clean energy depending on how many people take part in it because spin class can create up to three thousand watts of power enough electricity to keep the lights on for up to twelve hours back in Sacramento they're already thinking outside their own electrical box I would like for James to be able to power an entire city block on its own right produce enough energy to power their own needs right within the facility and then have the excess energy to power a city block that that would be my goal