Hector Carballosa - Miami FL
Enrique A. Kairus - Miami FL
A multi-effect exercise device to be used to maximize the effects of all manipulations and maneuvers during exercise and to have multiple exercise stimulation effects upon a user during a normal exercise routine, the device including a pair of support rails connected by at least one connector segment whereon a pair of exercise members are secured. Each of the pair of exercise members will include a fore segment and rear segment hingedly secured to one another and pivotally disposed relative to the rear segment such that by gripping a handle grip segment extending from a distal end of the fore segment the fore segment can be pivotally moved towards and away from the rear segment. In order to provide the appropriate exercise effects, movement of the fore segment both towards and away from the rear segment will be resisted, thereby ensuring that work is being done both during a compression and extension stroke of the arm during exercising. Additionally, the handle grip segment is secured to the fore segment such that resisted pivotal movement between the handle grip segment and fore segment as well as resisted torsional movement between the handle grip segment and fore segment is achieved to provide an even greater degree of comfort and exercise to the user.