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Dec. 24, 1946.
2,413,232
E. H. HURLEY
SWING
Filed Oct. 19, 1943
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2,413,232
Patented Dec. 24, 1946
UNITED
ENT OFFICE
STATES '
2,413,232
SWING
Earl H. Hurley, Emporium, Pa.
vApplication October 19, 1943, Serial No. 506,889
3 Claims. (01. 155—65)
1
This invention relates to :an exercising device
in the form of a swing, designed primarily as a
muscle building means-and excess weight reducer.
An important object of the invention is to pro
2
bar 6 and forwardly extended converging arms
‘2.
The bracket also embodies a vertical bar 8
that connects with ‘the ‘bar 6, at a-point interme
diate the ends of the bar ‘8, -as clearly shown by
vide a swing having an operating means embody Cl Figure 3 of the drawings. The reference char
acter 9 indicates abrace bar, which extends from
ing levers controlled by the person seated in the
the upper end of the bar 8, to the forward end
swing, whereby the swing will be caused to move
of the bracket proper, vor at a point where the
when the operator exerts a pull on the levers,
bars ‘l are connected ‘with each other.
providing an exercising device with exceptional
The horizontal rod 1 0 is supported ‘by the "brack
recreational and amusement qualities, due pri 10
et, and provides the support for "the swing proper,
marily, to the ease of operation.
which includes side bars H, which are provided
Another object of the invention is to provide
with straps l2 at their upper ends, the straps 12
a device of this character ‘which may be used
being positioned around the horizontal bar to
with exceptionally bene?cial results, in restor
pivot thereon.
ing action to injured muscles, nerves and the
The seat of the swing is indicated by the refer
like, suffered by wounded members of the armed
ence character I3 and is provided with pivot pins
forces.
M at its ends, which operate in openings formed
Still another important object of the inven
at the lowerends of the bars H. The seat, while
tion is to provide a swing actuating means which
will permit the operation of the swing with a 20 it is adapted for pivotal movement between the
bars vl l, acts-tohold the bars ll in proper spaced
long or short movement, with a minimum arm
relation with respect to each other. A brace bar
stroke.
indicated at I5 is disposed between the bars [-1,
With the foregoing and other objects in View,
and holds the bars II in spaced relation at their
which will appear as the description proceeds,
upper ends.
the invention resides in the vcombination and ar
rangement of parts and in the details of con
struction hereinafter described and ‘claimed, it
being understood thatchanges in the precise em
bodiment of the invention herein described, may
be made within'the scope of what is claimed, with
out departing from the spirit of the invention.
Referring to the drawings:
Figure 1 is a side elevational View of a swing
constructed in accordance with the invention,
and illustrating the swing as supported from a ;
wall bracket.
Figure 2 is a front elevational view thereof.
Figure 3 is a plan view of the swing and the
bracket.
.
Figure 4 is an elevational view of a modi?ed
form of the invention, illustrating the swing as
mounted on a supporting frame.
Figure 5 is a sectional View taken on line 5-5
of Figure 4.
Figure 6 is a sectional view taken on line 6-6
of Figure 5.
Figure '7 is a fragmental elevational View of
a modi?ed form of seat, illustrating a back strap
as connected therewith.
Figure 8 is a fragmental detail view illustrating
the hand grip of the levers, this strap being
shown as connected thereto.
Referring to the drawing in detail, the support
ing bracket for the swing is indicated generally
by the reference character 5 and includes a rear
The bars ‘1 are connected by means of the
spaced bars [6 which are disposed in parallel
relation with respect to each other, as (clearly _
shown by Figure 3 of the drawings.
,Journaled in the bars I6 is a pivot pin l‘! to
which the upper end of the operating rod I8 is
pivotally connected. The lower end of the oper
ating rod extends to a point in proximity to the
operator’s seat, and is connected with the mem
ber l9, through the medium of the pivot pin 23,
the member l9 being formed with a cutout portion
in its end, to receive the lower end of the operat
ing rod l8. This member I9 is pivotally mounted
on the rod 2! that extends between the bars II,
the ends of the rod 2| being disposed in openings
formed in the bars.
Spacers 22 are disposed on the rod 2|, between
the member 19 and inner surfaces of the bars
H, to the end that the member l9 will be held
properly centered on the rod '2I and at the same
time, will be permitted to pivot freely on the
rod 2!.
Handles indicated at 23 are connected with the
member l9, and extend downwardly to positions
where they may be readily grasped by the per
son seated on the seat l3, to operate the swing.
As clearly shown by Figure 1 of the drawings,
the operating rod extends at an oblique angle
with respect to the bars I I, under normal condi
tions, and the member l9 extends at an oblique
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angle with respect to the operating rod l8, so
that a pull on the handles 23, will tend to push
the lower ends of the bars ll forwardly.
In the form of the invention as illustrated by
sheet 2 of the drawings, the swing is shown as
supported by the supporting frame which includes
end members 25, each of which end members in
dles 45 and are provided with loops 41, which
encircle the wrist of the operator so that in the
event that the operator’s grip slips, the hands
of the operator will be held adjacent to the han
dles so that the handles may be again readily
gripped for operation.
As shown by Figure 7, the swing seat which is
indicated by the reference character 48, is sup
the upper ends thereof, the lower ends of the
ported between the pivot bars 49, the bars 49
bars 26 being connected to the horizontal base 10 being formed with elongated openings, through
bars 21, at points in spaced relation with the
which the back strap 50 extends, providing a back
cludes inclined bars 26 that cross each other near
ends of the base bars 21. The end members are
held in spaced relation with respect to each other,
by means of the transverse bars 29, which con
rest for the operator to insure against the opera
tor falling rearwardly, from the swing.
What is claimed is:
meet with the bars 26 at their upper ends. The 15
1. In a swing, a support, a supporting rod on
frame also includes inclined brace bars 30, that
connect with the central transverse bar 3!, and
the support, a pair of seat supporting cables piv
otally mounted on the supporting rod, rigid bars
have their upper ends connected with the bars
secured to the cables, in parallel relation there
26. End bars 32 have connection with the trans
with, an actuating rod pivotally connected with
verse bars 29, and are provided with openings in 20 said support, an operating member pivotally
which the ends of the supporting rod 33 are
mounted between the rigid bars, and to which the
positioned, the supporting rod 33 providing a
actuating rod is pivotally connected, and han
support for the cables 34, which are shown as
dles connected with the operating member to be
looped around the rod 33 and secured thereon,
pulled by a person sitting on the seat of the swing,
in such a way that the cables may pivot on the 25 operating the swing.
rod when the swing is in motion.
The lower ends of the cables 34, extend through
openings in the seat 35, where they are secured.
While the operating mechanism in this form
of the invention, is similar to the operating mech
anism as illustrated on sheet 1 of the drawings,
the cables are braced, by means of the bars 36.
2. In a swing, a support, a supporting rod on
the support, a pair of seat supporting cables piv
otally mounted on the supporting rod, an actu
ating rod pivotally connected with said support,
30 means for connecting the actuating rod to said
cables comprising an operating member pivotally
mounted between the cables and to which said
Eye-bolts 31 extend through the bars 36, at the
actuating rod is pivotally connected, handles
ends thereof, the cables being extended through
connected with the operating member, and by
the eye-bolts which eye-bolts are secured ?rmly 35 means of which the actuating rod is operated,
in position, by means of the nuts 38. The eye
and wrist straps secured to the handles and
bolts 31 are partially embedded in the bars 36,
adapted to connect the wrists of a person seated
to prevent rotation'of the eye-bolts.
on the seat of the swing, with the handles.
Connected to the bars 29, are spaced parallel
3. In a swing, a support, a supporting rod on
bars 39 which are formed with openings in which 40 the support, a pair of seat supporting cables piv
the ends of the pivot pin 4| are mounted, the
otally mounted on the supporting rod, rigid bars
operating bar 42, being shown as pivotally mount- '
secured to the cables, in parallel relation there
ed on the pivot pin 4|. The lower end of the
with, an operating bar pivotally connected with
bar 42 has pivotal connection with the member
said support, an operating member connected to
43, which in turn is pivotally mounted on the
the rigid bars and being also connected to the op
rod 44 that extends through bearing openings in
erating bar, and handles connected with the oper
the bars 36. Handles 45 are connected with the
ating member to be pulled by a person sitting on
- member 43 and are so disposed that they may be
the seat of the swing, operating the swing.
readily gripped by an operator seated on the
seat. Wrist straps 46 are secured to the han
EARL H. HURLEY.
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