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James A Deola: Body building exercise device. Thomas A Lennox, August 21, 1990: US04949951 (87 worldwide citation)

A body building exercise device is provided on a frame with a vertically positioned inverted "U" shaped member pivotally connected to the frame at a median position. The lower ends of the "U" shaped member are connected to a weight stack through a cable and pulley mechanism. Two bar members are conn ...


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James A Deola: Weightlifting exercise device. Thomas A Lennox, November 15, 1988: US04784384 (32 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine that allows essentially unlimited number of lifting exercises to be performed that operates like free weights but with the safety of a universal gym including a single stack of weights connected through a pulley system extending vertically upwardly to a frame and then downwardly ...


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James A Deola: Weightlifting exercise device. Thomas A Lennox, August 15, 1989: US04856773 (20 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine that allows essentially unlimited number of lifting exercises to be performed that operates like free weights but with the safety of a universal gym including one or more stacks of weights connected through a pulley system extending vertically upwardly to a frame and then downwar ...


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James A Deola: Leg exerciser. Norman E Lehrer, December 9, 2003: US06659919 (18 worldwide citation)

An exercising apparatus is disclosed which allows a user to perform a variety of leg exercises including leg extensions and leg presses. The exercise apparatus has a front and a back and includes a frame having an upper frame member and a lower base frame member. A seat is mounted to the upper frame ...


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Joseph W Alter, James A Deola: Stair climbing apparatus. Lennox & Murtha P A, June 23, 1998: US05769759 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for simulating stair climbing is provided which allows selection of step height. A side member is pivotally mounted to a base and oriented at a selected angle with respect to the base. A displacement mechanism mounted to the base is attached to the side member for rotating the side memb ...


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James A Deola: Collapsible exerciser. Norman E Lehrer, September 21, 2004: US06793610 (6 worldwide citation)

An exercising apparatus is disclosed which can be easily collapsed for shipping or storage but which is easily assembled for use. The apparatus includes an upper frame member pivotally attached to the forward end of a longitudinally extending lower base frame member. The upper frame member supports ...


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James A Deola: Weight stack for exercise machine. Norman E Lehrer, May 6, 2003: US06558300 (2 worldwide citation)

A weight stack apparatus for an exercising machine includes a weight stack comprised of a plurality of weights vertically arranged on top of each other with each of said weights including a pair of spaced apart substantially vertical apertures extending therethrough. A pair of spaced apart substanti ...


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James A Deola: Heated disposable gloves. Paul Deola III, Norman E Lehrer, March 29, 2016: US09295580 (1 worldwide citation)

A disposable heated glove for heating a wearer's hand includes a fabric material for covering the palm and back of the hand, four finger portions for covering the wearer's fingers and a thumb portion for covering the wearer's thumb. The glove also includes five small elongated pouches with each pouc ...


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James A Deola: Ball exerciser and method of using the same. Norman E Lehrer PC, May 24, 2007: US20070117682-A1

The exercise apparatus of the invention is comprised essentially of a substantially spherically shaped ball having a diameter of at approximately eighteen to twenty four inches. A support structure supports the ball so that it is rotatable in substantially any direction. The ball is preferably posit ...