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Richard D Relyea: Interactive exercise device. Aerobitronics, Gunn Lee & Jackson, October 11, 1983: US04408613 (119 worldwide citation)

In the preferred and illustrated embodiments, an interactive exercise device is disclosed. One embodiment utilizes an exercise bicycle wherein wheel speed and force are monitored. An electromagnetic brake is adjusted by a control apparatus to relate the measured force to the required force. The elec ...


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Susan B Parks, Dennis Parks, Richard Sagey, Chuck Kalina: Interactive exercise device and system. Walkstyles, Greenberg Traurig, Bradley D Blanche, July 14, 2009: US07559877 (91 worldwide citation)

An interactive exercise device for measuring and displaying exercise performance parameters, the interactive exercise device including a step measuring device that outputs a step signal corresponding to each step walked by a user, a processor for determining a plurality of exercise performance param ...


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Parks Susan B, Parks Dennis, Sagey Richard, Kalina Chuck: Interactive exercise device and system. Walkstyles, Parks Susan B, Parks Dennis, Sagey Richard, Kalina Chuck, GREENBERG TRAURIG, October 5, 2006: WO/2006/104478 (6 worldwide citation)

An interactive exercise device for measuring and displaying exercise performance parameters, the interactive exercise device including a step measuring device that outputs a step signal corresponding to each step walked by a user, a processor for determining a plurality of exercise performance param ...


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David Brodess, Michael Casey: Interactive exercise devices. Fitness Brands 2, TechLaw, August 14, 2012: US08241186 (5 worldwide citation)

An interactive exercise device includes a stationary base to which a first exercise implement is movably connected. A first resistance element is operably connected to the first exercise implement to provide resistance against at least some movements of the first exercise implement relative to the s ...


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Leon Forystek: Abdominal exercise apparatus. November 14, 2017: US09814927

An abdominal exercise apparatus can include a track, at least one rolling member, a cart, and a base. The track can extend between first and second ends. The rolling member can be moveable along the track. The cart can support the rolling member for the movement along the track and be grasped by the ...


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Susan B Parks, Dennis Parks, Richard Sagey, Chuck Kalina: Interactive exercise device and system. WalkStyles, Mcdermott Will & Emery, September 28, 2006: US20060217231-A1

An interactive exercise device for measuring and displaying exercise performance parameters, the interactive exercise device including a step measuring device that outputs a step signal corresponding to each step walked by a user, a processor for determining a plurality of exercise performance param ...


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Susan B Parks, Dennis Parks, Richard Sagey, Chuck Kalina: Interactive exercise device and system. Greenberg Traurig, November 19, 2009: US20090286655-A1

An interactive exercise device for measuring and displaying exercise performance parameters, the interactive exercise device including a step measuring device that outputs a step signal corresponding to each step walked by 5 a user, a processor for determining a plurality of exercise performance par ...


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Granville Nicholas William, Pounder Neill Malcolm, Webb Julian Anthony: Rehabilitation device. Smith & Nephew, Granville Nicholas William, Pounder Neill Malcolm, Webb Julian Anthony, sGROUP PATENTS Smith Smith & Nephew Group Research CentreYork Science ParkHeslingtonYORK Y010 5DF, February 8, 2001: WO/2001/008755

An interactive exercise device that indicates to the user what exercises to perform and collects the exercise performance data for analysis. In preferred embodiments the device will be portable and will have means to communicate information to the therapist.


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BRODESS David, CASEY Michael: Dispositifs dexercice interactif, Interactive exercise devices. Fitness Brands 2, BRODESS David, CASEY Michael, DE LA CERRA Manuel F, November 10, 2011: WO/2011/139296

An interactive exercise device includes a stationary base to which a first exercise implement is movably connected. A first resistance element is operably connected to the first exercise implement to provide resistance against at least some movements of the first exercise implement relative to the s ...


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Granville Nicholas William, Pounder Neill Malcolm, Webb Julian Anthony: Rehabilitation device. Smith & Nephew, March 13, 2002: EP1185340-A1

An interactive exercise device that indicates to the user what exercises to perform and collects the exercise performance data for analysis. In preferred embodiments the device will be portable and will have means to communicate information to the therapist.