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1. (WO2018023152) PRECISE RESISTANCE DEVICE FOR ALL MOVEMENT
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Description

Title of Invention

Technical Field

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Background Art

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Summary of Invention

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Technical Problem

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Solution to Problem

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Advantageous Effects of Invention

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Description of Embodiments

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Examples

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Industrial Applicability

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Citation List

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Patent Literature

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Non Patent Literature

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Claims

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Amended Claims (Article 19)

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Description

Title of Invention : Precise Resistance Device for All Movement

Technical Field

[0001]
Precise movements for sports and general fitness and the device is practical for medical fields, including; injury prevention and rehabilitation, improving the quality of life, and assisting the disabled. To help in the patient recovery process, for example; back injuries.

Background Art

[0002]
Traditional resistance training Prior art devices have claimed to improve performance for sport and exercise in general, the concept itself is ideal however the execution falls well short for real world implementation on a mass scale. Additionally, to overcome shortcomings of past inventions there are prior art devices such as; belts, straps for traditional resistance training devices specializing in a sport. While such devices may be useful for their purpose, they fail to meet criteria of precise resistance.
[0003]
Core muscle exercise, including; "posture core muscle strengthening" requires the deep intrinsic muscles around the spine to contract. If you have a weak core, the Kinetic Chain works in reverse. Overloading the more vulnerable extremity joints such as the wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees and lower back. Core muscle strengthening is most efficient as a sub conscious and automatic movement, performed during regular training activities. Many devices of the past break the Kinetic chain with too much or inconsistent, irregular resistance, encouraging movement to begin using with the extremities of the body and away from the bodies center or not providing the required acceleration. Despite claims many are impossible to use without hindrance especially during an elite level training session and more importantly many devices begin movement with a pulling motion as opposed to an outward push using the bodies center, otherwise known as core muscles. Accordingly, improvements are necessary for a product to match the new top-level category in sports training and to meet the requirements and specifications required to be of benefit for all movements.

Summary of Invention

[0004]
Sport Specific and functional resistance are terms used to define a method of mimicking movements for sport and rehabilitation. Sport Specific and functional resistance are terms used to define a method of mimicking movements for sport and rehabilitation. The goal of both methods is to mimic a movement to improve performance. However, specificness and mimicking movements is not enough for today’s athlete; they require precise results. Sport Precise training utilizes a wearable product to combine resistance and acceleration to aid the day-to-day activities of a sports team or an individual's training session, sports isolation exercises. And improve performance in the exact muscles unique to each movement. General characteristics of a precise resistance device; using sports as an example: 1) Wearable during regular practice or isolation exercises; athletes can and have comfortably worn the product for an entire training session while executing any sporting program with no hindrance for the product. 2) Sport Precise resistance increases strength; not strength in general, strength in the precise muscles for playing a real game. 3) Sport Precise acceleration increases speed: not speed in general, athletes develop fast twitch muscle fibers used on game day. 4) Improve technique for any sport skill. 5) Increase Power; Regarding speed, strength, and technique, the three elements combine to form the fundamentals of power for all sports movements. 6) Fast and continued increases in performance; regarding speed, strength, technique, and power athletes show significant improvement. 7) Multi-Function; Use with and training exercise with options to isolate subcategories of power movements. Adaptable to work for any sports training method. 8) Practical and Easy-To-Use; Fitting the product is fast and simple providing the option to quickly slide off the arms to sit around the waist ready for later usage. 9) Real results; ultimately it needs to work and work fast.

Technical Problem

[0005]
Generally, movement devices of the past have failed to deliver on wearability, usability and performance and they are especially prone to causing discomfort, especially around the torso and arms as they are in constant contact with sensitive skin. The device needs to be smooth, lightweight with the exact tensile required to create precise resistance. Generally accommodating to all types sports and training methods. Safe, durable, super-strong so it can hold up to the forces of extreme power sports. Allow for resistance control and provide a range of motion for all movements.

Solution to Problem

[0006]
Sport Precise resistance improves technique and builds strength muscles. Releasing from resistance triggers Sport Precise acceleration providing speed, and improve fast twitch muscle fibers. Multi-Function design. Integrate into your current training program and use with ANY of your favorite drills. Core muscle strengthening is most efficient as a sub conscious and automatic movement, performed during regular daily activities. Exoskeleton device generating consistent and precise resistance to meet the specifications required to work for all movements. The device gives a Superhuman External Framework; for the body. With the pulling force of a tendon, the speed of fast twitch muscle, the stabilization of ligaments, the range of motion from joints and the anchoring function of the spine. The tensile of the band is akin to soft connective tissue, combining the strength of collagen, elasticity of elastin; in addition to the morphing function of fasciae. The device anchors a circumference of unbroken and consistent resistance to strengthen the deep intrinsic muscles and improve posture. Triggering, automatic contraction; of core muscles during day-to-day operations, such as; hitting a ball, rehabilitation exercises, working in the office or on-site, walking or running, and chores around the home. The device provides resistance against weaker extremities by aligning and anchoring at mid spine, near to the deep intrinsic muscle; Multifidus and works together with core abdominal and pelvic muscles to begin the Kinetic Chain. In simpler terms, helping the big muscles to move first, as the smaller follow.
[0007]
Identify common traits of movement and create a device that enhances each stage. For example; PHASES OF MOVEMENT PRECISE: LATERAL Resistance Load: Movement away and to the side of your core. Accelerated Launch: Come back into your core. Resistance Finish: Movement away and to the front your core. Accelerated Return: Movement in and returning to your core. PHASES OF MOVEMENT PRECISE: EXTENDED Resistance Load: Movement away and to the rear your core Momentum Launch: Come back into your core. Force Launch: Movement in front. Resistance Finish: Movement away and to the front your core. Accelerated Return: Movement in and returning to your core. PHASES OF MOVEMENT PRECISE: LIFTING Force Resistance Load: Movement away above. Force Launch: Movement in front. Resistance Finish: Movement away and to the front your core. Accelerated Return: Movement in and returning to your core. PHASES OF MOVEMENT PRECISE: PUSHING. Resistance Load: Movement away above and behind. Accelerated Launch: Come back into your core. Resistance Finish: Movement away and to the front your core. Accelerated Return: Movement in and returning to your core.

Advantageous Effects of Invention

[0008]
The device works and works fast, a critical component to why national sporting programs and top level professionals have embraced the technology. For many athletes, advanced performance is their livelihood, valuable training time can’t be jeopardized using sub-par products.The device is simple to use and time effective. Adjustable to fit multiple torso and arm circumferences. Morphing in response to all movement without hindering the natural flow. Adaptable to all sports, general fitness, and medical environments. Minimal irritation - especially for repetitive movements on the skin. Worn for extended periods of time during all kinds daily activities. Range of motion using an unbroken circle and 360 degrees of resistance. Kinetic chain flow, symmetry, improve muscle and brain communication. Technique and procedural memory for precise. movements. Use with any drill, game simulation or game. All-in-one overload and underload training. Multifunction features, interchangeable for the upper and lower body. Working out without working out.
[0009]
Resistance Load: Pushing against the device for all movement. Advantages: Rear shoulder strength, core muscles strength, improved form and brain and muscle communication.
[0010]
Accelerated Launch: Release and come back into your core. Advantages: Fast twitch, and improved form, brain and muscle communication.
[0011]
Resistance Re-Connection: Connect or arrive close to your core: Advantages: Technique and procedural memory.
[0012]
Accelerated Force Relaunch: Push and pull resistance and acceleration. Advantages: Strength, fast twitch, technique and procedural memory.
[0013]
Follow-Through: Momentum and resistance bridging the torso and elbow. Advantages: fast twitch, technique, procedural memory.
[0014]
Return: Acceleration and Resistance. Advantages: Strength, fast twitch, technique procedural memory and momentum
[0015]
RANGE OF MOTION. Anchor waistband and a modulated or permanent bridging connection allow for and control a range of motion for movements where the height of the elbow moves beyond the shoulders. Set to a general resistance level and perform any type of movement.
[0016]
Releasing from Precise resistance triggers acceleration at the exact moment you need it the most. Precise resistance keeps body parts at the perfect distance from the core throughout the Kinetic Chain. Strength, movement away from the core builds strength in the big and small muscles critical to that movement.
[0017]
Adjust from adult size to a small child and maintain perfect symmetry. Adjust tension levels to match skill level and training goals.
[0018]
Silky smooth on the outside; critical for wearability it’s, lightweight, durable and super-strong. Wear for hours. Designed to work in extreme conditions.

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[fig. 34] shows the range of motion of the modulated device using softball as the example.

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[fig. 34] shows the range of motion of the modulated device using softball as the example.

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[fig. 38] shows the range of motion of the modulated device using golf as the example.

Description of Embodiments

[0029]
FIG.1 shows a wearable, usable, durable and useful product generally described as device 1, in full length. Ideally the exoskeleton textile 5 is thin, smooth, flexible, responsive, morphing, high-tensile, lightweight and non skin irritating. At one the end of the exoskeleton textile 5 is the multifunction adjuster 10, functioning together with the multifunction clip 15; to adjust the size, resistance and maintain the balance of; precise resistance textile 5. At one end of multifunction clip 15 holds the soft exoskeleton textile 5 and the other inserts into the lightweight, durable and secure; core connect anchor and attachment 20 combining to give a super strong hold against extreme forces of movements. Flow buckles 25a, 25b in effect, slide between the precise resistance material 5; along with the gripping and non skin irritating, bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b . For alignment purposes, bridging anchor adjusters 35a, 35b are set at the furthest end away from exoskeleton textile 5.
[0030]
FIG.2 gives one example of how to reduce the size of device 1 to fit a small child. Flow buckles 25 a, 25 b slide down the precise resistance textile 5 of which length is pulled outward from the, multifunction clip 15 and threaded through the multifunction adjuster 10. Resulting in a reduction in size, and keeping the alignment of the bridging anchor adjusters 35a, 35b to each front hip bone and the core connect anchor and attachment 20 to mid spine.
[0031]
FIG.3 shows device 1 exoskeleton textile 5 forming a round shape and the multifunction clip 15 connected to the core connect anchor and attachment 20. Flow buckles 25a, 25b , align to the hip joints and the bridging anchor adjusters 35a, 35b align to fit around the middle of the triceps. The suggested positioning of parts for device 1 aids the exoskeleton textile 5; to anchor 360-degrees of unbroken and consistent resistance.
[0032]
FIG.4 provides a general guide for adjusting of the bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b by pulling it through bridging anchor adjusters 35a, 35b until the bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b are sized to fit snug just above the elbow and below the biceps. The composite of the bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b aids to anchor, exoskeleton textile 5 during extreme ranges of motion and forces.
[0033]
FIG.5 shows the snug fit and positioning of the anchoring arm textile bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b underneath the exoskeleton textile 5 critical to the performance of device 1 by forcing upper body movements with an outward push.
[0034]
FIG.6 fundamentally shows part one of fitting device 1 the core connect anchor and attachment 20 aligns to the spine providing balance and stability. Flow buckles 25 a, 25 b , align to the hip joints in the perfect position to help the elbows remain close to the core. The flexible and comfortable design means it can be worn for hours and used for practically any type of exercise. When not in use it can be worn around the waist for easy access.
[0035]
FIG.7 Basic, logically and common sense features of wearability are missing from many resistant devices of the past. Wearability is critical for optimal performance and greater market appeal; design has to be comfortable, convenient, adaptable, lightweight, non-hindering and durable. Features of the bridging anchor textile 30a, 30b provide solutions to the challenges of wearability; including direct contact with sensitive skin areas for extended periods and the ability to stretch over and grip to longer arm sleeves; including thick winter material.
[0036]
FIG.8 in effect displays the alignment of multifunction adjuster 10 and multifunction clip 15. Improving strength in critical muscle groups, such as; the deep intrinsic muscles, which physiotherapists acknowledge is the hardest muscle to train for recovering back patients. Akin to sitting on a big and round balance ball or stability ball. The simple act of standing up with arms to the side pushes your shoulders back as the front torso pushes against exoskeleton textile 5 triggering automatic contraction required to develop the growth of deep back muscles. Useful for patients requiring low-stress rehabilitation training, or serious conditions relating to muscle development. Additionally, the automatic contraction provides a workout without the fatigue. For example, wearing device 1 for daily movements such as; working in the office or on-site, walking, running, or chores around the home. The following 1-3 days comes with muscle soreness associated with recovering from a weightlifting session; except the deep back muscles and rear shoulders which are sore giving an enlightened sensation of straight up and down posture with the shoulders pinned back.
[0037]
FIG.9 shows device 1 with the subject laterally raising both elbows. Bridging anchor adjusters 35a, 35b , not shown in the diagram; sit at the rear of the arm. Flow buckles 25 a, 25b ideally sit at the front of the arms to assist the performance of the exoskeleton textile 5. The analogy to anchoring and joints derives from the way the flow buckles 25 a, 25b absorb pressure caused by forces associated with explosive sports movements and extreme ranges of motion. For example, hitting a baseball, bowling a cricket ball or slam dunking a basketball. The tensile of the band is akin to soft connective tissue, combining the strength of collagen, elasticity of elastin; pulling force well beyond that of a tendon, speed of fast twitch muscle fiber, stabilization features of ligaments, the range of motion with joints, anchoring role of the spine. Alongside the morphing ability of fasciae forms the Superhuman External Framework. Using body parts located closest to the center of the body; otherwise known as the core muscles. Alongside core strength, the outward push against 360-degrees of resistance against exoskeleton textile 5 develops smaller muscle groups related to each movement. For example, lift the arms to wave good bye begins with a slight lateral push to the side of exoskeleton textile 5 developing strength in core and non-core muscles naturally used this movement. Many resistance devices begin with pulling motion, use too much resistance or inconsistent levels of resistance or encourage the use of the weaker extremity body parts. As a result, they fail to achieve the uninhibited movement, flow, and balance required for the correct Kinetic Chain and core muscle strength. People with poor posture or recovering from back surgery are weaker in core muscles. As a result, their Kinetic Chain works in reverse. Overloading the more vulnerable extremity joints like the wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees and lower back. For example, a golf player hits for greater distance, accuracy and reduces stress on the body when beginning the swing using core muscles. On the other hand, starting with the arms reduces power and increases pressure on joints.
[0038]
FIG.10 represents a player from the Netherlands Under 23 National Baseball team who implement device 1 into their training program while preparing for the European Championships. The exoskeleton textile 5 morphs to the body holding up to the forces of an explosive baseball swing from a top-level player . Elite programs do not use a training product unless it produces excellent results, elite programs and athletes are currently using device 1 in 30 countries . The space in between Bridging anchor adjusters 35a and the player's torso connects via exoskeleton textile 5. This is the space at which precise resistance works while performing regular exercises, at all stages of any movement if there is space in between the user's torso and the elbow the exact muscles used for the movement are improving. Confirming device 1 is a wearable aid for day-to-day activities of a sports team or an individual's training session, sports isolation exercises.
[0039]
FIG.11 provides an example of the PHASES OF MOVEMENT PRECISE. Resistance Load: Movement away and to the side of your core. Accelerated Launch: Come back into your core Resistance Finish: Movement away and to the front your core. Accelerated Return: Movement in and returning to your core. A similar combination of resistance and acceleration ties all movments together and device 1 works to improve each stage by either providing resistance, acceleration or a combination of both resistance and acceleration at the same time.
[0040]
FIG.12 Multi-sport, versatility, wearability, durable, symmetry, training with no discomfort, especially when the device is worn around the torso and arms. Usability nonrestrictive and morphing in response to all movements.
[0041]
FIG.13 shows the isolation features of device 1 as it accommodates to all types of sport training methods, removing the front or back arm allows for training of front side and back side mechanics. Pushing against exoskeleton textile 5 provides resistance and releasing from this position triggers acceleration at the exact moment the body needs to get back to its center. The combination of acceleration and keeping at the optimum distance from the center of the body, improves brain and muscle communication and develops fast twitch muscle fibers.
[0042]
FIG.14 Demonstrates device 1 releasing from a high elbow resistance setting to generate speed. The resistance Load: Movement away above and behind. and Accelerated Launch: Come back into your core. To improve precise muscles used for hitting. The nature of resistance and acceleration provides immediate improvement for speed, power, technique and procedural memory for game day. The same principles are common to assisting the exact muscles critical to all movements. Adjust the resistance of the Sport Precise band to work with your practice regime. You have to option to change the size to control resistance for isolation exercises. Or can set to a generic size to work for all drills.
[0043]
FIG.15 Shows device 40 which is the modular version of device 1. 50 to 57 are identical parts to device 1. Bridging band 80 connects to the coccyx anchor 90. The waist anchor textile 95 and the waist adjuster clip 100.
[0044]
FIG.16 Shows device 40 in a connected.
[0045]
FIG.17 Shows device 40 worn from a back view . the bridging band 80 connects to the coccyx anchor 90. The waist anchor textile 95 and the waist adjuster clip 100. Highlighting the Range of Motion control function of these parts.
Examples
[0046]
“One of our players found his power increased immediately when he kept his arms more bent and closer to his body. Here is another quote from one of our players who we taught how to swing a bat just 3 years ago… I thought you may enjoy this” Rob Weissman, Head coach of the Boston Renegades. Beep Baseball for blind athletes. “It’s a pretty neat device. It helped me understand where my elbow starts at the beginning of the swing, and where it should end up…It makes the concept of knob to the ball easier to understand, since the forearms and hands are still able to move freely, while keeping the elbows from flying around.” Beep baseball player describing his experience with the device.
[0047]
Fig. 20 to Fig. 38 show real photos of the device in use for multiple sports and for extreme ranges of motion. Highlight wearability, usability and adaptability to work for movements in sport.

Industrial Applicability

[0048]
[00] Along with the obvious breakthrough in sports and general fitness. Among other things, the device is also practical for injury prevention and rehabilitation, improving the quality of life, and assisting the disabled. To help in the patient recovery process, for example; back injuries.

Citation List

[0049]
https://thehittingproject.com/baseball-hitting-practice-equipment/

Patent Literature

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Non Patent Literature

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Claims

[Claim 1]
Wearable precise resistance or sport precise device using outward force to trigger acceleration. Method to use for all movements including sports, general fitness, medical and day-to-day activities.
[Claim 2]
Use of a device according to claim 1 sitting at the top of the torso or above the knees or both. Using a smooth, flexible, responsive, morphing, high-tensile, lightweight and non skin irritating material for resistance.
[Claim 3]
Use of a device according to claim 1 using an exoskeleton material to be strong enough to handle forces of all sports and everyday movements and provide full range of motion.
[Claim 4]
Use of a device according to claim 1 which is multifunctional with the option to remove the front and back arm and adjustable to size and precise resistance. Using anchoring devices and sliding to allow for symmetry.
[Claim 5]
Use of a device according to claim 1 attaching to an anchoring waistband using a fixed or detachable bridging band allowing for complete range of motion.

Amended Claims (Article 19)
[ Received by the International Bureau on 17 January 2018 (17.01.2018)]

[1]
[Amended]
A movement device comprising: An exoskeleton textile member, with a first end and second end, ergonomic, morphs, expands and contracts to the user's movements, wrapped around the upper body, aligned at the top of the rib cage; An upper upper anchor attachment member, connecting wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, as it wraps around the user's upper body; An adjustable member, attached to wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, to reduce or increase size, and levels of resistance, and maintain balance, and symmetry, as wherein said, upper anchor attachment member, aligns to the user's spine; A first and second arm anchor textile member, one of each coupled around the users lower biceps, anchors wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, at the top of the rib cage, and returns it to position after a movement is finished, and is ergonomic, adjustable, wears to skin, or around clothing, providing a full range of flexion, and extension, of the biceps and triceps; A first and second coupling member, independently attach, slidably, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, and wherein said, first and second anchoring textile member, allowing to slide underneath, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, providing independent alignment at the user's hip joints, to maintain symmetry, and balance of all torso and arm sizes, and contributes to the unbroken circumference of constant resistance, movement flow, and absorbs the pulling force at extreme ranges of motion; An anchor textile member, with a first end and second end, surrounding the pelvic area to anchor wherein, said exoskeleton textile member, and is ergonomic, adjustable, to allow movement of both arms above the shoulders; and A linkage textile member, connecting, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, to adapt to torso heights, and is ergonomic, lightweight, expanding and contracting, and maintains optimal position of wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, throughout the users movement, returning it to the top of the rib cage, following the completion of the movement.
[2]
[Amended]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, linking attachment member, aligns to the spine for balance to keep wherein said,
exoskeleton textile member, at the optimal position throughout the user's movement, and return wherein said, exoskeleton textile member,
to the top of the rib cage after the user finishes a movement.
[3]
[Amended]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, size is adjustable by means of wherein said, adjustable
member, with the option to set at one optimal resistance level, providing the user full movement, as constituted by means of the
maximum degrees of freedom for human motion, after optimal resistance is set, the user can wear non-stop for long periods of time.
[4]
[Amended]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, linkage textile member, is adjustable and detachable.
[5]
[Amended]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, first and second coupling members, have no linkage gaps, that break the circumference and flow of resistance, to wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, providing immediate, and constant and consistent resistance as the user starts and finishes a movement.
[6]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, said exoskeleton textile member, is adjustable by means of wherein said, adjustable member, to
set the optimal resistance level, to improve the strength of the user's automatic muscles and or voluntary muscles.
[7]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, is detachable using wherein said, linkage textile
member, from, wherein said, anchor textile member, suitable for use with movements required for a range of motion of both arms below the
shoulders.
[8]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, acts as a passive exoskeleton, morphs to the user's
movements to support joints of the shoulders and elbows, and prevent injuries caused by means of repetitive and high-stress movement.
[9]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, size is adjustable by means of wherein said, adjustable
member, with the option, set a higher or lower resistance level.
[10]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, allows for a straight up in the air, stretch and cross of
the user's arms without entanglement or discomfort to the throat and head region.
[11]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, upper anchor attachment member, aligns at the front for optimal performance with
female users or athletes involved in sports of frontal and upward motions of the arms high in the air.

[12]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, pushes against the user's torso while standing, to
improve posture, strengthen upper abdominals, decrease tiredness, with the expansion of the lungs and improve the health and well-being of the
user.
[13]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, pushes against the users chest region, when the user is
in a seated position and improve posture, awareness via increased lung capacity, and align the elbows at the optimal ergonomic position for
typing, and use of a computer mouse, to prevent muscle stiffness in the back and shoulders.
[14]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, providing support to joints, and prevent injury to users with occupations that require lifting,
bending and prolonged periods of movement of arms above the shoulders.
[15]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, is ergonomic to wear non-stop for periods of 14 hours
and more, causes no irritation, or discomfort of the user's body due to the constant and repetitive rubbing against bare, or clothed skin.
[16]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, providing full freedom of movement for all sports.
[17]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, anchor textile member, is detachable via wherein said, linkage textile member,
for use in sports with a range of motion of both arms below the shoulders.
[18]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, providing individual and team sports athletes the ability to train the entire practice as usual, and
perform all regular drills, and game simulation exercises, to improve strength, speed, and precision in the critical muscles used for each
sport, and prevent repetitive stress injuries, and improve game day performance with an increase in the function of, brain and muscle communication systems.

[19]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, to improve quality of life for users with degenerative muscle disease, spasticity disorders, and
sight impaired users.
[20]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, for use to improve recovery time after surgery, set at a resistance level recommended by
means of a medical professional, to restrict unwanted ranges of movement that set-back back the patients recovery time, over a period
of time the medical professional suggests a reduction in the level of resistance, to gradually increase the patients range of motion, and begin
muscle strengthening, suitable for optimal recovery of the patient, to allow the medical professional control over the timeline and levels at
which muscle strengthening and recovery occurs.
[21]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, for use with standard or heavy weight lifting exercise, to prevent injury by means of added
support to extreme pressure at the user's joints, improve the user's training form, with the option to increase the resistance to the regular
exercise, to increase strength and performance.
[22]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, to maintain the user's arms at the optimal position as they sleep, to reduce related muscle stiffness,
caused by means of incorrect sleep positions.
[23]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, to reduce user tiredness by means of increasing lung capacity wherein said, exoskeleton textile
member, pushes the torso upwards to open and expand the lungs.
[24]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, for use to extend the life expectancy of the elderly, reduce degeneration of muscle tissue, and
improve posture.
[25]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, which identifies an outward push of the elbows away from the user's torso, as the critical
element to upper-body biomechanics, and correlates distance between the elbows and torso, to harness kinetic energy, and improve strength of
core muscles, brain and muscle communication systems, coordination, and increase acceleration at the same time it occurs within the natural
movement.
[26]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, where the user can remove both arms and wear around the waist, return to wear around the upper
body, remove from the user's body in a short amount of time.
[27]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, where the user can remove either arm for isolation exercises.
[28]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 7, which the user has the option to wear around the waist, above the knees, around the ankles or
a combination.
[29]
[Added]
The movement device according to claim 1, wherein said, exoskeleton textile member, is thin, smooth and wide to reduce friction, strong-
tensile, and high stretch range, and layered providing a precise resistance force, and trigger automatic muscle movement, as the user
wears it without consciously thinking about day-to-day movement.

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