Some University of Tulsa engineering students are making exercising easier for people in wheelchairs.
On Tuesday, the students delivered a bench press machine to Tulsa's Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges at 815 South Utica.
The machine uses a cable system, so people can adjust the height and weight simply by moving a pin.
"For me, I'm able to bench press heavier weight because I can lift heavier. There's no other machine ever built where I can do that where I can lay down in my chair," said Joe Lemley.
The students say they have been working on the machine for the entire semester as part of a senior project.