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Martucci Theodore: Exercise device. Tick Daniel Jay, July 1, 1975: US3892404 (110 worldwide citation)

Adjustable variable length tracks have one end supportable on a supporting surface. An adjustable variable track elevator is foldably affixed to the opposite other end of the track and supports the other end of the tracks at a selected distance above the supporting surface thereby supporting the tra ...


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Jerome R Telle: Multipurpose exercising machine. Wm Griffith Edwards, November 2, 1982: US04357010 (106 worldwide citation)

An exercising apparatus for developing selected muscles of the body comprises a rigid upright support having a first beam pivoted on a horizontal axis near the top of the support and a second beam similarly pivoted below the first beam. The two beams are connected by a telescopic adjustable link so ...


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Joel D Gordon: Multi-exercise system. Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, February 6, 1990: US04898381 (102 worldwide citation)

A home gym system (100) is provided for performing weight lifting exercises with a load resistance (160, 164) coupled to a cable (132). The home gym system (100) includes a main frame (110) to which is pivotedly coupled at least one extension frame (120). A guide arm assembly (130) is slidingly coup ...


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Jones Arthur A: Weight lifting exercising devices. Flocks Karl W, January 7, 1975: US3858873 (96 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the development of body parts and muscles effecting the movement of a user's body parts. The apparatus includes a frame on which is pivotally mounted a force applying member against which a body part may be placed and urged for purposes of developing said body part and muscles. The ...


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Arthur A Jones: Compound weight lifting exercising machine. Nautilus Sports Medical, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, April 16, 1985: US04511137 (92 worldwide citation)

The machine disclosed is for particular use in the duo-squat exercising of the legs and provides the proper variation of resistance to movement in all positions when the legs are being moved between the extended and retracted positions and vice versa. The machine includes a negative profile cam to w ...


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Arthur A Jones: Weight lifting lower back exercising machine. Nautilus Sports Medical, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, February 19, 1985: US04500089 (76 worldwide citation)

This machine includes a saddle-type seat for supporting the user in substantially an upright position with the legs being maintained in position during use of the machine. A user-actuated lever is provided with a padded roller on one end thereof. The padded roller is adapted to engage the back of th ...


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Theodore G Habing, Yong S Chu, Douglas J Habing: Exercise machine. Pacific Fitness Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 19, 1994: US05330405 (74 worldwide citation)

A multi-station exercise machine has a movable subframe on which a user sits while performing various exercises. The subframe is pivotally attached to a stationery frame and is supported by a lever arm that is also pivotally attached to the stationery frame. The pivot arms coupling the subframe to t ...


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Lambert Sr Lloyd J: Exercise machine. Victor J Evans & Co, October 14, 1975: US3912261 (73 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine for development of women's bustlines and men's pectoral and deltoid muscles in which the user is seated and has a pair of padded rollers which can be rotated forwardly and inwardly by the upper arms of the user. A cable system extends from eccentric pulleys rotated by the exercis ...


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Paul Raasoch: Exercise device. Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, October 15, 1985: US04546971 (72 worldwide citation)

An exercise device for the exercise of a user's muscles by movement through an exercise stroke. The exercise device includes a weight tower frame and concentric and eccentric weight stacks, each having a selected number of weights stacked in a generally vertical array, the weights being movable betw ...


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Marious P Fuhrhop: Multi-purpose exercise enhancing device. Pravel Gambrell Hewitt Kirk Kimball & Dodge, September 1, 1981: US04286782 (72 worldwide citation)

A multi-purpose exercise enhancing device which is easily assembled and modified for a variety of exercise uses and is easily disassembled for storage and ease of transportation. The multi-purpose exercise enhancing device includes vertical support members releasably connected with base members and ...