US 9,808,665 B1
Exercise device
Chance Michael Demarais, Helena, MT (US); Stephen Sanford, Bozeman, MT (US); Kirk Turner, Bozeman, MT (US); David Yakos, Bozeman, MT (US); and Joel Switzer, Belgrade, MT (US)
Assigned to Eternal Evolution LLC, Helena, MT (US)
Filed by Eternal Evolution LLC, Helena (MT)
Filed on Jun. 25, 2016, as Appl. No. 15/193,019.
Int. Cl. A63B 5/20 (2006.01); A63B 21/00 (2006.01); A63B 23/02 (2006.01); A63B 22/20 (2006.01); A61H 15/00 (2006.01)
CPC A63B 21/4035 (2015.10) [A61H 15/0092 (2013.01); A63B 5/20 (2013.01); A63B 22/20 (2013.01); A63B 23/02 (2013.01); A61H 2015/0014 (2013.01)] 13 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A portable exercise device comprising:
(a) a cylindrical and elongated main shaft with a first end and a second end; and
(b) a plurality of central components that fit over the main shaft, each of the plurality of central components comprising a central bore through which the main shaft extends;
wherein the first end of the main shaft is releasably attached to a first handle, and the second end of the main shaft is releasably attached to a second handle;
wherein each of the first and second handles comprises a grip section that is cylindrical in shape and that overlies a handle support with a flat portion;
wherein the grip section of each of the first and second handles is releasably attached to the handle support;
wherein the handle supports are releasably attached to the main shaft;
wherein the main shaft has a longitudinal axis, the first and second handles each has a longitudinal axis, and the longitudinal axes of the main shaft and handles are collinear;
wherein each of the first and second handles comprises an attachment member that extends from a distal end of the handle along the longitudinal axis of the handle and forms an arc;
wherein an inner circumference of the attachment member is circular except for a flat portion that is equal in width to the flat portion of the handle support, and wherein the flat portion of the inner circumference of the attachment member is situated between the grip section of the handle and a top end of the arc formed by the attachment member; and
wherein the attachment members of the handles are configured to releasably attach to the handle supports.