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Freightliner debuts in-cab training system

Freightliner Trucks and Rolling Strong showcased the Freightliner In-Cab Training (FIT) System, an OEM-designed-and-integrated in-cab exercise and flexibility program that provides drivers with full-body strength-and-conditioning workouts in the cab. The system was first displayed in a Freightliner Cascadia Evolution tractor.

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Freightliner Trucks and Rolling Strong showcased the Freightliner In-Cab Training (FIT) System, an OEM-designed-and-integrated in-cab exercise and flexibility program that provides drivers with full-body strength-and-conditioning workouts in the cab. The system was first displayed in a Freightliner Cascadia Evolution tractor.

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Developed in collaboration with Rolling Strong, provider of driver wellness programs, the FIT System provides an exercise solution featuring a triple-grip handle that enables users to interchange three bands to change resistance levels. The system uses existing seat tether and bunk restraint mounting points for installing custom brackets.

Drivers using FIT have access to health, wellness and nutrition information through the Freightliner Trucks online community, www.TeamRunSmart.com, along with a personal trainer via the FIT Channel on www.RollingStrong.com who provides exercises that can be incorporated into fitness routines.

The FIT system is available as a factory-installed option in all Freightliner Cascadia and Coronado sleeper cab models and for retrofit in Century Class and Columbia sleepers.

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