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1. (WO2019005965) MULTI-SPORT TRAINING DEVICES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS AND STANDS FOR MOUNTING MULTI-SPORT TRAINING DEVICES
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CLAIMS

1. An athletic training device comprising:

an elongate hollow container having a first end and a second end and being made of a flexible material;

a packing material, the elongate hollow container being at least partially filled with the packing material such that the elongate hollow container absorbs impact and provides resistance; the first and second ends being closed to maintain the packing material within the elongate hollow container.

2. The athletic training device of claim 1 further comprising a first clamp assembly closing the first end and a second clamp assembly closing the second end.

3. The athletic training device of claim 2 further comprising at least one handle threaded through one or both of the first and second clamp assemblies.

4. The athletic training device of claim 3 wherein the handle is made of rope.

5. The athletic training device of claim 1 further comprising a first plate and a second plate closing the first or second end.

6. The athletic training device of claim 1 further comprising a handle made of nylon laced elastic shock cord.

7. The athletic training device of claim 1 wherein the packing material is sand.

8. The athletic training device of claim 1 wherein the elongate hollow container can absorb over 4001bs of direct impact.

9. The athletic training device of claim 1 wherein the elongate hollow container comprises an internal lining.

10. The athletic training device of claim 1 wherein the elongate hollow container further comprises an inner jacket outside the internal lining and an outer jacket outside the inner jacket.

11. The athletic training device of claim 1 further comprising a stand assembly and being mounted on the stand assembly, the stand assembly including:

a first pipe and a second pipe being substantially equal in length;

a third pipe being longer than the first and second pipe;

a T-connector and two elbow adapters, the first and second pipes being connected via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that they are substantially in the same plane, and the third pipe being connected to the first and second pipes via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that the third pipe extends at an angle from the plane;

a fourth pipe threaded through the third pipe;

a fifth pipe being substantially shorter than the first, second, and third pipes, the fifth pipe being attached to the fourth pipe via an elbow adapter; and

one or more routing eyebolts attached to one or more of the first, second, and third pipes.

12. A stand assembly for an athletic training device, comprising:

a first pipe and a second pipe being substantially equal in length;

a third pipe being longer than the first and second pipe;

a T-connector and two elbow adapters, the first and second pipes being connected via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that they are substantially in the same plane, and the third pipe being connected to the first and second pipes via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that the third pipe extends at an angle from the plane;

a fourth pipe threaded through the third pipe;

a fifth pipe being substantially shorter than the first, second, and third pipes, the fifth pipe being attached to the fourth pipe via an elbow adapter; and

one or more routing eyebolts attached to one or more of the first, second, and third pipes.

13. The stand assembly of claim 12 further comprising an athletic training device mounted thereto, the athletic training device comprising:

an elongate hollow container having a first end and a second end and being made of a flexible material;

a packing material, the elongate hollow container being at least partially filled with the packing material such that the elongate hollow container absorbs impact and provides resistance; the first and second ends being closed to maintain the packing material within the elongate hollow container.

14. The stand assembly of claim 13 wherein the elongate hollow container further comprising at least one clamp assembly, the athletic training device being mounted to the stand assembly by the clamp assembly.

15. The stand assembly of claim 13 wherein the packing material is sand.

16. A method of manufacturing an athletic training device, comprising:

providing an elongate hollow container having a first end and a second end and being made of a flexible material;

closing the first end of the elongate hollow container;

at least partially filling the elongate hollow container with a packing material;

closing the second end of the elongate hollow container to maintain the packing material within the elongate hollow container; and

attaching a handle to one or both of the first and second ends.

17. The method of claim 16 wherein the closing steps comprise closing the first end with a first clamp assembly and closing the second end with a second clamp assembly.

18. The method of claim 17 wherein the attaching step comprises threading the handle through one or both of the first and second clamp assemblies.

19. The method of claim 16 wherein the packing material is sand.

20. The method of claim 16 further comprising mounting the athletic training device to a stand assembly, the stand assembly comprising:

a first pipe and a second pipe being substantially equal in length;

a third pipe being longer than the first and second pipe;

a T-connector and two elbow adapters, the first and second pipes being connected via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that they are substantially in the same plane, and the third pipe being connected to the first and second pipes via the T-connector and elbow adapters such that the third pipe extends at an angle from the plane;

a fourth pipe threaded through the third pipe;

a fifth pipe being substantially shorter than the first, second, and third pipes, the fifth pipe being attached to the fourth pipe via an elbow adapter; and

one or more routing eyebolts attached to one or more of the first, second, and third pipes.