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Randall T Webber, Bruce Hockridge: Adjustment apparatus for exercise machine. Hoist Fitness Systems, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, April 22, 2003: US06551226 (58 worldwide citation)

An adjustment apparatus for adjusting the position of a member on an exercise machine has an inner tube with a series of spaced pinning holes and an outer tube telescopically engaged over the inner tube and having a locator hole for alignment with a selected pinning hole. A lever has a pinning secti ...


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Randall T Webber, George M Zink: Exercise arm assembly for exercise machine. Hoist Fitness Systems, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, June 17, 2003: US06579213 (57 worldwide citation)

An exercise arm assembly for mounting on an exercise machine frame has a main arm, a swing arm, and a handle. The main arm has a first end for pivoting on a frame of the machine to pivot about a first pivot axis. The swing arm has a first end pivoted to the second end of the main arm for pivoting ab ...


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Randall T Webber: Constant tension exercise device. Fitness Warehouse, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 17, 1993: US05236406 (56 worldwide citation)

An exercise device has a support frame and a lever arm attached to the support frame and pivotably movable between a rest position, wherein the lever arm hangs downwardly relative to the support frame, and an extended position, wherein the lever arm is pivoted upwardly from its rest position. A rang ...


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Randall T Webber: Exercise apparatus with multi-exercise press station. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, December 21, 1999: US06004247 (52 worldwide citation)

An exercise apparatus has a support frame and a press arm assembly rotatably mounted on the support frame. The press arm assembly includes a yoke with opposite side portions and first and second elongate swing arms each linked to the first and second side portions of the yoke, respectively. Each swi ...


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Randall T Webber, George M Zink, Christopher E Brennan: Seat adjustment apparatus. Hoist Fitness Systems, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, February 19, 2002: US06347777 (51 worldwide citation)

An adjustment apparatus for adjusting the position of a back pad or seat pad of a seat has an inner tube with a series of spaced openings for securing at one end to the back or seat pad, and an outer tube telescopically engaged over the inner tube and secured to a support frame of the seat. The oute ...


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Randall T Webber: Exercise apparatus with adjustable lever arm. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, September 1, 1998: US05800321 (41 worldwide citation)

An exercise apparatus having a support frame, an exercise resistance device such as a weight stack, and a linkage such as a cable and pulley linkage extending from the weight stack to various exercise stations, has a lever arm pivotally mounted on the frame for rotation about a first horizontal pivo ...


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Randall T Webber: Composite motion exercise machine. Gordon & Rees, May 30, 2006: US07052444 (39 worldwide citation)

A composite motion exercise machine has a main frame device, a user support device pivotally linked to the main frame, an exercise arm device pivotally linked to the main frame device, a slide rail mounted on a first one of said devices, and a traveling member engaging the slide rail for movement al ...


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Randall T Webber: Leg exercise arm for exercise machine. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, November 20, 2001: US06319178 (38 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for performing exercises has a support frame and a seat mounted on the support frame. An exercise arm is pivoted adjacent the forward end of the seat for swinging back and forth in front of the apparatus. A load bearing cable is linked at the forward end of the arm. A leg engaging devic ...


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Randall T Webber, Jeffrey O Meredith: Shoulder press exercise machine. Hoist Fitness Systems, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, February 19, 2008: US07331911 (37 worldwide citation)

A shoulder press exercise machine has a main frame, a user support pivotally mounted on the frame for supporting a user in a seated position, at least one exercise arm movably mounted on the frame and movable between a start position in which handles are located in front of the shoulders of a user o ...


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Randall T Webber: Constant tension exercise device. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, July 18, 2000: US06090020 (37 worldwide citation)

An exercise device has a support frame and a lever arm attached to the support frame and pivotably movable between a rest position, wherein the lever arm hangs downwardly and an extended position, wherein the lever arm is pivoted relative to its rest position. A range of motion (ROM) device is rigid ...