Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 19, 2010
The "Perfect Weight" would enable a user to use full force through a full range of motion to perform all body part exercises safely and without a spotter. The design of the invention could provide maximum results with shorter workouts, according to the inventor. Ideal for use by individuals with physical limitations, the unit may be used for rehabilitative purposes. The function of the device would help to eliminate the hassle of changing weights.
The Perfect Weight would consist of a motorized work out machine with a permanently installed bar that glides up and down via slots. A control box with a speed switch would be located at one side of the bench. Controls for setting the bar's maximum up-and-down speed would be featured on one of the side posts. The electric or hydraulic motors would be housed within the base. To perform bench presses, a user would lie on an adjustable bench and set the bar so that it would be positioned above the chest. A user would adjust the bar to a higher range to extend the arms. The user then could set the times, lie on the bench and press the "start" button, which would cause the bar to start to move downward. The user would press as hard as possible against the bar as it descends and moves back upward. The machine also can be used without a bench. The unit could be producible in a smaller model for physical therapy programs. This variation could be used to help shoulder-surgery patients improve strength and range of motion.
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