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Title:
Body sense
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
A device for building muscle in the arms legs and abdomen area comprising of five strips of thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that will generate resistance when the wearer bends arms, legs or waste. Each strip have rings at the ends to facilitate the bending of the thin bendable material and will also permit a person to wear the bendable material. This invention is sewn into the lining of a jogging suit type apparel to allow the invention to be worn without visibility.


Inventors:
Lloyd, Gilbert (Chicago Hights, IL, US)
Application Number:
12/217526
Publication Date:
03/26/2009
Filing Date:
09/19/2008
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
2/69, 482/121
International Classes:
A63B21/02; A41D1/00
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Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Gilbert, Lloyd (1337 S Vincennes, Chicago HTS, IL, 60411, US)
Claims:
I claim:

1. A fitness apparatus combination comprising in combination a shirt having long sleeves and pants. A first apparatus members comprised of a flat bendable resistance producing material such as rubber, plastic, etc. A second apparatus member comprised of two ring elements. The first apparatus member connects to the ring elements on each end. The first apparatus member and ring elements are sewn into the lining of said shirt and pants. Said shirt and pants comprising of first apparatus member and ring elements totally concealing first apparatus member and ring elements making the first apparatus member and ring elements a totally concealed invention that generates resistance when bent that will build muscles in the arms, legs, and abdomen area by simply wearing Bodysense whenever you bend your arms, legs, or waste as you go about your everyday routine.

Description:

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING

Figure One depicts a view of a person wearing Bodysense with views of Parts 1, 2, and 3. Part 1 is the resistance strip. A thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that produces resistance when bent. This part runs along a portion of the back of the arm and is centered at the elbow. The size of Part 1 depends on the size and the desired resistance of the wearer. Part 2 is the contact rings which are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip and are located at the ends of each resistance strip. The size of Part 2 depends on the size of the wearer. Part 3 is a jogging suit type apparel made of material such as cotton, polyester, etc. or any material the wearer chooses. This suit is used to house Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 and 2 are sewn into the suit and placed between two layers of material.

Figure One also depicts a larger version of Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 this resistance strip which runs down a portion of the spinal cord. This thin piece of bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc, is also used to produce resistance in the abdomen area when the wearer bends. It also depicts Part 2 contact rings which are located at the end of the resistance strip and runs around the upper torso and lower torso and are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip.

Figure Two depicts a person wearing Bodysense and displays a look at Part 1, 2, and 3. Part 1 the resistance strip. A thin piece of bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that produces resistance when bent and runs along a portion of the front of the leg and is centered at the knee. Size of Part 1 depends on the size and the desired resistance of the wearer. Part 2 is the contact rings which are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip and are located at the ends of each resistance strip. The size of Part 2 depends on the size of the wearer. Part 3 is a jogging suit type apparel made of material such as cotton, polyester, etc. or any material the wearer chooses. This suit is used to house Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 and 2 are sewn into the suit and placed between two layers of material.

Figure three depicts a view of the arm and Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 is the resistance strip. A thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc, that produces resistance when bent and runs along a portion of the back of the arm. This part is centered at the elbow. Size of Part 1 depends on the size and desired resistance of the wearer. Part 2—This part is called contact rings which are located at the end of the resistance strip and are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip. Size of Part 2 depends on the size of the wearer.

Figure Four depicts a view of the leg and Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 is the resistance strip. A thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that produces resistance when bent and runs along a portion of the front of the leg and is centered at the knee. Size of Part 1 depends on the size and desired resistance of the wearer. Part 2—This part is called contact rings which are located at the ends of the resistance strip and are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip. Size of Part 2 depends on the size of the wearer.

Figure Five depicts a view of Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 is the resistance strip. A thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that produces resistance when bent. Size of Part 1 depends on the size and desired resistance of the wearer. Part 2 This part is called contact rings which are located at the ends of the resistance strip and are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip. Size of Part 2 depends on the size of the wearer.

Figure Six depicts a view of Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 is the resistance strip. A thin bendable material such as rubber, plastic, etc that produces resistance when bent. Part 2 contact rings which are located at the ends of the resistance strip and are used to facilitate the bending of the resistance strip. Figure Six is a larger size because it goes around the upper and lower torso. Size of the Part 1, the resistance strip, depends on the size and the desired resistance of the wearer. Size of the Part 2, the contact rings, depends on the size of the wearer.