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What if there was an accessory benefit to going to the gym? What if a gym, could not only work as a place for you to become healthier, but it also made the environment healthier? The Power Plant...Gym is a concept that uses the kinetic energy oft

What if there was an accessory benefit to going to the gym? What if a gym, could not only work as a place for you to become healthier, but it also made the environment healthier? The Power Plant...Gym is a concept that uses the kinetic energy oft

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There are really 3 issues that make renewable energy adoption difficult. Why don't we specifically tackle those 3 issues in a variety of ways? Anything not tackling these 3 issues is a misuse of resources. Cost is the first problem... a. Utilit

There are really 3 issues that make renewable energy adoption difficult. Why don't we specifically tackle those 3 issues in a variety of ways? Anything not tackling these 3 issues is a misuse of resources. Cost is the first problem... a. Utilit

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Will commented on Be ENERGY, Build the FUTURE

Very similar to the idea I posted.

https://openideo.com/challenge/renewable-energy/research/the-power-plant-gym

Any way I can join this team?

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Will commented on Be ENERGY, Build the FUTURE

^^^ what he said. and also teams. i think equipment that can be used by groups of people with leaderboards would be cool. Like the PeopleMill or the GroupRunner. More people would mean more power and making it a group aspect would lend further likelihood of repeat activity...crossfit proves this claim.

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Will commented on The Power Plant Gym- The Team

Ok. I have 3 "machines" in my head right now. Can anyone think of anything else?

1. Group Rowing Machine
2. The Team Turnstyle
3. Crowdrun (group slanted treadmill surface)
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