PATENTSCOPE sera indisponible quelques heures pour des raisons de maintenance le mardi 19.11.2019 à 16:00 CET
Recherche dans les collections de brevets nationales et internationales
Certains contenus de cette application ne sont pas disponibles pour le moment.
Si cette situation persiste, veuillez nous contacter àObservations et contact
1. (WO1980001878) DISPOSITIF D"ENTRAINEMENT AVEC POIDS PIVOTANT LATERAL
Note: Texte fondé sur des processus automatiques de reconnaissance optique de caractères. Seule la version PDF a une valeur juridique

CLAIMS;
1. An exercising device for use with interchangeable weights of selected quantity comprising:
an inverted, generally J-shaped frame having a generally upstanding lower portion, and a generally arched upper portion joined at one end to said lower portion along a back side of said frame and having a free opposite end, said frame being adapted to be supported in a stationary position relative to a user-supporting surface;
weight support means pivoted to said back side of said frame for pivotal movement about a substantially horizontal axis, said weight support means including a user-engageable lower lifting surface against which a generally upward exercising force is applied to pivot said weight support means about said axis and raise the weights supported thereon; and
stop means carried by said frame in the region of said free end of said upper portion for supporting said weight support means in a lowest rest position wherein said weights are disposed substantialy laterally of the vertical plane containing said axis.
2. An exercising device according to claim 1 wherein said lifting surface is disposed beneath said weights.
3. An exercising device according to claim 1 wherein said lifting surface is substantially planar.
4. An exercising device according to claim 3 wherein said lifting surface is padded.
5. An exercising device according to claim 1 wherein said weight support means comprises two parallel spaced arms each pivotally attached at one end to said back side of said frame and secured at their other ends to a board having said lifting surface.
6. An exercising device according to claim 5 wherein said stop means underlies said arms intermediate said pivotal attachments and said board.
-7. An exercising device according to claim 5 wherein said weight support means further comprises a generally upright post secured to the top of said board for engaging the holes of apertured weights.
8. An exercising device according to claim 7 wherein said arms overlie said board flanking said past and are spaced apart so as

. OMP to support said weights above said board.
9. An exercising device according to claim 5 wherein said lifting surface is padded and comprises the lower surface of said board.

10. An exercising device according to claim 5 wherein said frame comprises two laterally spaced inverted J-shaped members, and a crosspiece interconnecting the lower portions of said J-shaped members, said arms being pivoted to said' crosspiece; and said stop means comprises a substantially horizontal strut interconnecting the free ends of said arched portions of said J-shaped members and underlying said arms.
11. An exercising device according to claim 10 wherein said weight support means further comprises a generally upright post secured to the top of said board for engaging the holes of apertured weights.

12. An exercising device according to claim 11 wherein said arms overlie said board flanking said post and are spaced apart so as to support said weights above said board.
13. An exercising device according to claim 12 wherein said lifting surface is padded and comprises the lower surface of said board.

14. An exercising device according to claim 13 wherein said crosspiece is tubular, said arms having cylindrical collars at their pivoted ends which surround said crosspiece.
15. An exercising device according to claim 14 wherein said J-shaped members are tubular and are spaced so as to be supportable in mounting brackets affixed to the legs of an exercising bench.
16. An exercising device according to claim 1 wherein said frame comprises two tubular legs spaced so as to be supportable in mounting brackets affixed to the legs of an exercising bench.
17. An exercising device according to claim 1 wherein said weight support means extends substantially horizontally away from said axis when in its rest position.