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L. Chen, E.A. Selimovic, M. Daunis, T.A. Bayers T, L.J. Vargas, I.T. O’Brien, C.B. McEnroe, A.E. Kozerski, A.C. Vanhoover, W.D. Gray and J.F. Caruso

side view illustrations of the IET, respectively. Figure 1 Overhead illustration of the IET. IET, Inertial Exercise Trainer. Figure 2 Side view illustration of the IET.IET, Inertial Exercise Trainer. Studies that charted temporal strength changes used variables such as peak torque (PT) to assess improvements caused by exercise interventions ( Caruso et al., 1997 ). PT is a muscle’s maximal ability to exert force ( Brown 2000 ). Despite differences in workout and test modalities, the use of PT to assess performance changes was extended to