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Thomas F Braeunig: Body-mounted video game exercise device. May 15, 1990: US04925189 (379 worldwide citation)

A video game controller which attaches to the user's upper body allowing the user to play a video game by leaning the upper body in any direction, simulating the movement of a joystick. The controller attaches to the user's upper back with an arrangement of straps and buckles. The tilt of the user's ...


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Terry Wherlock: Big game fish training and exercise device and method. Wagner & Middlebrook, August 2, 1994: US05334027 (219 worldwide citation)

A simulator that imitates the fighting action of a hooked fish such that it takes line at varying speeds and torques, or at a fixed speed or torque. The simulator can be used for training, exercising of the angler or testing of components of the tackle such as the rod, reel, rollers and line. Contro ...


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Larry Miller: Stationary exercise device. Howard & Howard, January 24, 1995: US05383829 (199 worldwide citation)

An exercise device includes a pair of foot engaging links. The first end of each link is supported for rotational motion about a pivot axis and a second end of each foot link is guided in a reciprocal path of travel. The combination of these foot link motions permits the users foot to travel in an i ...


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Justin Hall Tipping: Video game difficulty level adjuster dependent upon players aerobic activity level during exercise. Peter J Phillips, March 19, 1991: US05001632 (191 worldwide citation)

An exercise device, such as a exercise bicycle, is connected to a speed sensor indicating activity level, e.g. speed of the bicycle. The activity level signal, along with a heart rate signal, are provided to a video game, such as a Pac-man type video game. The game monitors the heart rate of the exe ...


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Larry Miller: Stationary exercise device. Krass & Young, September 7, 1993: US05242343 (184 worldwide citation)

An exercise device includes a pair of foot engaging links. The first end of each link is supported for rotational motion about a pivot axis and a second end of each foot link is guided in a reciprocal path of travel. The combination of these foot link motions permits the users foot to travel in an i ...


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Kenneth W Stearns: Exercise device. Stearns Technologies, Bush Moseley & Riddle, March 1, 1994: US05290211 (179 worldwide citation)

An exercise device (10) has foot supports (30, 32) on which a user stands for performing a stair stepping exercise alone, or a cross country skiing exercise alone, or simultaneously a stair stepping exercise and a cross country skiing exercise. Linkage support frames (26, 28) each have a first linka ...


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Scott J Henderson, Tyler C Marthaler, Jeffrey Q Nichols: Electronic exercise system. Graber Products, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm Stein & Gratz S C, September 17, 2002: US06450922 (179 worldwide citation)

A physical activity monitor, during a first period, records data characterizing a physical activity by a user, and an exercise device uses the recorded data of the physical activity monitor to simulate the physical activity for the user during a second period.


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Bruce E Del Mar: Stress test exercise device. Del Mar Avionics, Bruce D Jimerson, Daniel L Dawes, W Douglas English, January 19, 1988: US04720093 (174 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a self propelled stress testing apparatus for providing graded levels of exercise and for measuring human energy output. An adjustable frictional load calibrated in terms of patient weight and operatively coupled to a pair of translational platforms provides the exercisin ...


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James M Abbondanza: Pulse rate controlled exercise system. Banner & Allegretti, June 18, 1996: US05527239 (170 worldwide citation)

A pulse controlled exercise system is disclosed which incorporates an exercise device, a monitor capable of displaying images formed from television signals, a pulse rate sensor for sensing the pulse rate of a user of the pulse controlled exercise system, and a controller. The controller is coupled ...


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Arthur H Kaufman: Exercise device with audible electronic monitor. Talking Counter, Adams & Wilks, January 12, 1999: US05857939 (157 worldwide citation)

An electronic exercise monitor for monitoring the repetitive performance of an exercise comprises a switch having a contact member connected to a displaceable member of the exercise equipment, the switch being responsive to the reciprocal motion of a displaceable member of an exercise device to outp ...