JP2007082612A - Swing type exercise apparatus - Google Patents

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JP2007082612A
JP2007082612A JP2005272280A JP2005272280A JP2007082612A JP 2007082612 A JP2007082612 A JP 2007082612A JP 2005272280 A JP2005272280 A JP 2005272280A JP 2005272280 A JP2005272280 A JP 2005272280A JP 2007082612 A JP2007082612 A JP 2007082612A
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Yoji Kawamoto
Izumi Mihara
Norio Nakano
Naoto Shirasawa
泉 三原
紀夫 中野
洋司 川本
直人 白澤
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a swing type exercise apparatus capable of selectively obtaining an exercise effect for the specific part of the body. <P>SOLUTION: This swing type exercise apparatus 1 is provided with a motor 10 and a driving device for converting the rotating force of the output rotary shaft 12 of the motor 10 to the swing movement of a saddle-like seat over which a user sits. The driving device is constituted of a first support means for supporting a movable rack 6 provided on a base 8 so as to rotate it and move it back and forth around a vertical shaft 303, and a first conversion means for converting the rotary movement of the output rotary shaft 12 of the motor 10 to the rotary back and forth movement around the vertical shaft 303 of a pedestal 4 through the first support means. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an oscillating type exercise device that applies an exercise load to the user by oscillating the seat while the user is seated straddling a saddle-shaped seat.

  As described above, the swing type exercise device that applies an exercise load to the user by swinging the seat while the user is seated on the seat is a handy device that can be used from a child to an elderly person. As an exercise equipment, it has been spreading to ordinary households for the purpose of rehabilitation. For example, Patent Documents 1 to 4 are known as typical conventional techniques of such an oscillating motion apparatus.

  Among them, the technique of Patent Document 1 relates to a low back pain prevention training apparatus that realizes a series of smooth swing patterns using a 6-axis parallel mechanism or the like.

  The technique of Patent Document 2 relates to a balance training apparatus that realizes a rotational reciprocating motion before and after a seat and a rotational motion around a left and right axis with one motor and a link.

  The technology of Patent Document 3 relates to a motion analysis method and a motion assist device that analyze motion by using an electromyogram or motion capture technology and realize swing suitable for the purpose of motion.

Moreover, the technique of patent document 4 is related with the chair which rotates rotating the seat with an armrest, and aims at the low back pain relieving effect.
Japanese Patent No. 3394890 JP 2001-286578 A Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 11-155836 JP 05-329226 A

  Patent Documents 1 to 4 disclose a mechanism for generating a swing and a technique for detecting a motion state by the swing, and the momentum can be increased by increasing the speed and stroke of the swing. Is generally known.

  However, even if the rocking speed and stroke are increased, it is not possible to selectively enhance the exercise effect of a specific part only by increasing the amount of muscle activity of the entire body.

  The exercise effect of the specific part is in line with a request from a general household such as wanting to tighten only the waist.

  The objective of this invention is providing the rocking | swiveling type exercise device which can acquire the exercise | movement effect selectively about the specific site | part of a body.

  The present invention relates to an oscillating motion apparatus including a driving source and a oscillating mechanism that converts a rotational force of an output rotation shaft of the driving source into a oscillating motion of a bowl-shaped seat on which a user sits. The swing mechanism includes a first support means for supporting a movable frame provided on a base so as to be capable of rotating and reciprocating about a vertical axis, and rotational movement of an output rotary shaft of the drive source. And a first conversion means for converting to a reciprocating rotational movement around the vertical axis of the pedestal via the support means.

  The swing mechanism includes a second support means for supporting a pedestal fixed to the seat so as to be able to rotate and reciprocate around a left and right axis provided on the movable frame via a connecting link, and an output rotation shaft of the drive source It is good also as providing the 2nd conversion means which converts this rotational motion into the reciprocating linear movement of the front-back direction of a pedestal, and the rotational reciprocation of the left-right axis | shaft through the said 2nd support means.

  The second conversion means is rotationally driven by the rotational force of the output rotation shaft of the drive source, and the first left and right shafts on the movable frame and the base end side are eccentrically connected to the end of the first left and right shafts. In addition, the front end side may include a crank arm that is rotatably connected to an intermediate portion of the connection link.

  The first converting means is rotatable by a second left and right axis on the movable frame and a support member whose base end side is erected on the base, which is driven to rotate by the rotational force of the first left and right axis. It is good also as what has a eccentric rod by which the front end side is eccentrically connected with the end of the 2nd right-and-left axis while being supported.

  It is good also as having a deceleration means which transmits the rotational force of a said 1st left-right axis to the said 2nd left-right axis in the state which decelerated the speed | rate with the predetermined reduction ratio.

  The predetermined reduction ratio may be approximately ½.

  The output rotation shaft may protrude in one direction of the drive source.

  An adjusting means for adjusting the height of the seat may be provided.

  According to the present invention, by swinging the saddle-shaped seat on which the user is straddling, the user is given a vertical axis rotational reciprocating load to twist the trunk. In order to restore the twisted trunk, the muscles around the abdomen, especially the external oblique muscles, can be efficiently trained. The effect of tightening the waist can be obtained by training the external oblique muscles.

  In addition, when the trunk is twisted with the vertical axis reciprocating load applied, the swinging load is applied, so that the body becomes more unstable than the vertical axis reciprocating load alone and tries to maintain its posture. The trochanter can be trained efficiently. By training this adductor muscle, it is possible to prevent O-legs, improve them, and increase walking ability.

  In this way, an exercise effect can be selectively obtained for a specific part of the body.

(Embodiment 1)
FIG. 1 is a side view showing the overall configuration of a rocking exercise apparatus 1 according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention. This rocking exercise apparatus 1 imitates a horse's back and heel as shown in FIG. A seat 2 on which a user sits straddling in a shape, a driving device 3 that is provided in the seat 2 and is a swinging mechanism that swings the seat 2, and the like, and a leg 50 that supports the seat 2 and the driving device 3 It is equipped with. In addition, in the same figure, the state which the drive apparatus 3 rock | fluctuated etc. is shown with the dashed-two dotted line (it is the same also in the following FIG. 2, FIG. 3).

  2 is an enlarged side view showing the driving device 3 of the oscillating motion device 1, FIG. 3 is a plan view thereof, and FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG. 1 to 4, a pedestal 4 to which a seat 2 is attached is supported by a movable gantry 6 via a connecting link 5 so as to be able to swing back and forth (second support means), and the movable gantry 6 has a predetermined position on a base 8. In addition, the drive unit 13 is housed between the pedestal 4 and the movable gantry 6, and is supported so as to be able to rotate and reciprocate around an up and down shaft 303 that is erected. The predetermined position is preferably near the center where the user sits on the seat 2 so that excessive force does not act.

  The connecting link 5 includes a front link 5 a provided on both left and right sides of the pedestal 4 and a rear link 5 b provided in the center of the width of the pedestal 4. The upper end portion of the front link 5a is pivotally attached to the upper shaft pin 4a provided at the front end portion of the base 4, and the lower end portion of the front link 5a is pivoted to the lower shaft pin 7a provided at the front end portion of the side plate 16 of the movable frame 6. It is worn. The upper end portion of the rear link 5b is pivotally attached to the upper shaft pin 4b provided at the rear end portion of the base 4, and the lower end portion of the rear link 5b is the lower shaft pin provided at the rear end portion of the side plate 16 of the movable frame 6. It is pivotally attached to 7b. The front and rear lower shaft pins 7a and 7b constitute a left and right shaft 7 that supports the connecting link 5 so as to be rotatable about the axis in the left and right direction Y, whereby the pedestal 4 is moved around the left and right shaft 7 in FIG. The reciprocating rotation is possible in the front-rear direction indicated by the arrow M.

  On the other hand, the drive unit 13 uses a single motor (drive source) 10 and the rotational force of the output rotary shaft 12 of the motor 10 as a reciprocating linear movement in the front-rear direction X of the pedestal 4, a rotational reciprocating movement around the left and right axis 7, Two drive units 13a and 13b that can convert the rotary reciprocation around the shaft 303 and drive the seat 2 by combining these three operations are provided. The motor 10 of this example is placed vertically in the movable frame 6 on the base 8, and the protruding direction of the output rotary shaft 12 is upward.

  The first drive unit 13a is for reciprocating linear movement in the front-rear direction X and for rotational reciprocation about the left and right axis 7 (first conversion means), and the second drive unit 13b is for reciprocating rotation about the vertical axis 303. Yes (second conversion means).

  Of these, as shown in FIG. 2 and FIG. 3, the first drive unit 13 a includes a first shaft (first left and right shaft) 17 connected to the output rotation shaft 12 via the motor gear 11 and the first gear 14, and An eccentric crank 19 eccentrically connected to the end of the first shaft 17; an arm link 20 having one end connected to the eccentric crank 19 and the other end pivotally attached to a shaft pin 5c provided on the front link 5a; Consists of. Both ends of the first shaft 17 are rotatably supported by the movable gantry 6, and the eccentric crank 19 performs an eccentric circular motion with respect to the first shaft 17, whereby the front link 5 a is connected via the arm link 20. Is reciprocated in the front-rear direction X, so that the pedestal 4 connected to the connecting link 5, that is, the seat 2, can swing in the direction indicated by the arrow M in FIGS. The eccentric crank 19 and the arm link 20 constitute a crank arm.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the second drive unit 13 b includes a second shaft (second left and right axis) 18 connected via the interlocking gear 22 of the first shaft 17 and the second gear 15. The distal end portion is eccentrically connected to the end portion of the second shaft 18, and the proximal end portion is composed of an eccentric rod 21 rotatably connected to a support body 301 having an L-shaped cross section standing on the base 8. Both end portions of the second shaft 18 are rotatably supported by the movable mount 6. The number of teeth of the interlocking gear 22 and the number of teeth of the second gear 15 are 1: 2, and the meshing of these reduces the rotational force of the first shaft 17 by reducing the speed with a reduction ratio of 1/2. A reduction means for transmitting to the two shafts 18 is configured.

  The eccentric rod 21 is arranged on either the left side or the right side of the movable mount 6 (right side in FIGS. 2 and 3), and the tip 21a of the eccentric rod 21 is connected to the second shaft 18 by the shaft pin 29 shown in FIG. The base end portion 21b of the eccentric rod 21 is connected to the support body 301 by a shaft pin 28 so as to be rotatable.

  The vertical axis rotation support part 305 provided between the base 8 and the drive device 3 has a kind of ball bearing structure in which the drive part 13 can rotate around the vertical axis 303 and can support the load. Yes. That is, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 4, the vertical axis rotation support portion 305 is provided with a grooved lower rotation support plate 306 integrally formed with the base 8 and a grooved portion fixed to the lower portion of the movable frame 6. The upper rotary support plate 302 and the two support plates 306 and 302 are opposed to each other with a slight gap and are rotatably packed in an annular groove formed when the upper rotary support plate 302 and the support plates 306 and 302 are arranged to be rotatable around the vertical axis 303. The vertical shaft 303 is formed in the lower through hole formed in the lower rotation support plate 306 of the vertical shaft rotation support portion 305 and the lower through hole in the upper rotation support plate 302. Bolts inserted upward through correspondingly formed upper through holes, spacers interposed between the support plates 306 and 302 and loosely fitted to the bolts, and protruding from the upper through holes of the upper rotary support plate 302 Screwed into the bolt It is made from the Tsu door.

  Accordingly, the second shaft 18 rotates at a rotational speed that is half the rotational speed of the first shaft 17, and the rotation of the second shaft 18 causes the distal end portion 21 a of the eccentric rod 21 to perform an eccentric circular motion. As shown by the arrow N in FIGS. 3 and 4, the pedestal 4, that is, the seat 2 can rotate and reciprocate around the vertical axis 303.

  Complex motion of the seat 2 can be realized through these drive systems. FIG. 5 schematically shows the drive system of the oscillating motion apparatus 1.

  FIG. 6 is a diagram showing a state in which the user 33 is seated. The swing type exercise device 1 includes an adjustment unit (adjustment unit) 501 that adjusts the height of the seat 2, and the seat 2 and the leg unit 50. , A left and right eaves 307 that are suspended from both sides of the seat 2, and a reins (not shown) that are attached to the front side of the seat 2. The adjusting unit 501 adjusts the height of the seat 2 on the floor surface 308 by inserting the leg column 503 into the leg stand 502 of the leg unit 50 so as to be extendable and retractable by the action of an extension cylinder (not shown), for example.

  Hereinafter, the operation of the swing type exercise device 1 will be described. FIG. 7 is a view for explaining the movement of the seat 2 at that time, in which the left and right saddles 307, the adjusting portion 501 of the leg portion 50, and the like are omitted. When the output rotating shaft 12 protruding in one direction of the motor 10 is rotated by turning on the power, the first shaft 17 is rotated by the meshing of the motor gear 11 and the first gear 14, and at the same time, the interlocking gear 22 and the second shaft of the first shaft 17 are rotated. The meshing with the gear 15 causes the second shaft 18 to rotate at a rotational speed that is ½ of the rotational speed of the first shaft 17.

  When the first shaft 17 rotates, the eccentric crank 19 connected to the end of the first shaft 17 performs an eccentric circular motion, and the front link 5a is moved back and forth about the front lower shaft pin 7a via the arm link 20. Rotate to X.

  At this time, the rear link 5b cooperates and rotates around the rear lower shaft pin 7b, so that the base 4, that is, the seat 2, reciprocates and swings in the front-rear direction X. On the other hand, the rotation of the second shaft 18 causes the one end portion 21a of the eccentric rod 21 to perform an eccentric circular motion, and the other end portion 21b rotates around the shaft pin 28 of the support body 301. Reciprocates around the vertical axis 303. This reciprocating rotation around the vertical shaft 303 can be performed in synchronization with the reciprocating rocking in the front-rear direction at half the speed of the reciprocating rocking in the front-rear direction by the action of the speed reducing means. It can be swung to the front end, and can be swung to the front end at the right rotation end.

  Thus, in the state where the user 33 is seated on the seat 2, the seat 2 performs the movement in the front-rear direction X and the vertical direction Z shown in FIG. 7, the θY method, and the swing in the θZ direction. The body's balance function and motor function can be trained. Moreover, since three operations can be performed using one motor 10, the number of motors 10 can be reduced, the control can be simplified, and the cost and the size can be reduced.

  Further, since the output rotating shaft 12 of the motor 10 protrudes in one direction, the motor 10 can be placed vertically, and the entire installation space of the drive unit 13 including the motor 10 can be reduced to further reduce the size. it can. Therefore, the drive unit 13 can be stored inside the seat 2 to faithfully reproduce the intended operation that simulates riding.

  Here, the rotation angle of the vertical axis 303 is preferably about 5 to 45 degrees in order to efficiently train the external oblique muscles, and the rotation speed is 1 minute in consideration of safety. It is preferably about 15 to 40 times. Further, in order to train the muscles around the abdomen for the movement in the front-rear direction, the stroke is preferably about 45 mm to 60 mm in consideration of safety. By setting it as such a structure, the magnitude | size of the leg part 50 for preventing the rocking | fluctuation type exercise device 1 from falling down during an exercise | movement can be made into the magnitude | size which can be used also in a general household.

  FIG. 8 shows the amount of muscle activity around the abdomen. In the figure, in the conventional example (Patent Document 4), the seated user can support the upper limb by the side of the arm or the abdomen because the seat has an armrest. Therefore, muscle activity such as muscles around the abdomen is expected to decrease as compared with the case where there is no armrest, and the predicted value of the amount of muscle activity is about 1000 μV msec. In this respect, in the present invention (swinging type exercise device 1), there is no armrest, and further, it rotates about the vertical axis 303 while rotating about the front and rear or the left and right axis 7, so that the upper limb is not in the state shown in FIG. It became stable, and the measured value of muscle activity of the muscles around the abdomen was about 3000 μV msec. That is, in the present invention, it is expected that at least 2-3 times as much muscle activity occurs as compared with the conventional example.

  As described above, according to the swing type exercise device 1, the user 33 is given a vertical axis reciprocating motion load by swinging the bowl-shaped seat 2 on which the user 33 sits. Then twist the trunk. In order to restore the twisted trunk, the muscles around the abdomen, especially the external oblique muscles, can be efficiently trained. The effect of tightening the waist can be obtained by training the external oblique muscles. In addition, when the trunk is twisted with the vertical axis reciprocating load applied, the swinging load is applied, so that the body becomes more unstable than the vertical axis reciprocating load alone and tries to maintain its posture. The trochanter can be trained efficiently. By training this adductor muscle, it is possible to prevent O-legs, improve them, and increase walking ability.

  Further, the rotational reciprocation around the vertical axis 303 can be performed in synchronism with the reciprocating rocking in the front-rear direction with a reduction ratio of 1/2 of the reciprocating rocking in the front-rear direction by the action of the speed reducing means described above. The seat 2 can always move forward when the state is twisted. For example, when the lower limb is twisted to the right, the seat 2 moves forward, so that the upper limb is tilted slightly forward while the body is twisted. The quadriceps, external oblique and back muscles are trained.

  In this way, an exercise effect can be selectively obtained for a specific part of the body.

(Embodiment 2)
By the way, in Embodiment 1 described above, the user 33 sits on the seat 2 of the swing type exercise device 1 and puts his / her foot on the heel 307, but the user 33 puts his / her foot on the floor 308. I can train my muscles. The second embodiment focuses on this point, and will be described below.

  FIG. 9 shows a case where the height of the seat 2 is lowered so that the user 33 can put his / her foot on the floor surface 308. In this case, the adjustment unit 501 provided in the leg part 50 of the swing type exercise device 1 is used by inserting a leg column 503 into the leg base 502 by the action of an extension cylinder (not shown). The height of the seat 2 is adjusted to the extent that the person 33 can sit on the seat 2 and put his feet on the floor 308. The left and right hooks 307 are removed from the seat 2. Then, the oscillating motion apparatus 1 is operated in the same procedure as in the first embodiment.

  Then, the trunk is twisted by the reciprocating swing of the vertical axis, and the external oblique muscles work and train to return the posture. Further, since the feet are fixed on the floor surface 308, hip abduction, adduction, external rotation, and internal rotation are performed in order to restore the posture. At that time, the gluteus medius, the gluteus medius, the gluteus medius, the long adductor, the thin muscle, the thigh fascia latae muscle, the psoas muscle, the semi-tendonoid muscle, the long head of the biceps femoris, etc. are trained. A higher effect can be obtained if you ride while keeping your upper limbs always facing forward.

  In the first embodiment, the case where the user 33 puts his / her foot on the heel 307 as shown in FIG. 6 is described, and in the second embodiment, as shown in FIG. Although the case where the height of the seat 2 is lowered so that it can be attached to the floor surface 308 has been described, as shown in FIG. By fixing the collar 307 to the leg base 502 of the leg portion 50, for example, the same effect as in the case of FIG. 9 can be obtained.

  In the first embodiment, the reduction gear having a reduction ratio of 1/2 is configured by meshing the interlocking gear 22 provided on the first shaft 17 and the second gear 15 provided on the second shaft 18. Instead of this, for example, a first pulley may be provided on the first shaft 17, and a second pulley having a double diameter of the first pulley may be provided on the second shaft 18 to perform belt transmission between both pulleys. The reduction ratio is preferably ½ from the viewpoint of the above-described motion effect, but other reduction ratios may be employed.

It is a side view which shows the whole structure of the rocking | fluctuation type exercise device which concerns on Embodiment 1 of this invention. It is the side view to which the drive part of FIG. 1 was expanded. FIG. 3 is a plan view of FIG. 2. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. It is a figure which shows typically the drive system of a rocking | swiveling type exercise device. It is a side view showing a case where a user puts his / her foot on the heel in the swing type exercise device. It is explanatory drawing which shows a motion of the seat of a rocking | swiveling type exercise device. It is explanatory drawing which shows the amount of muscle activity of an abdominal muscle by comparison with a prior art example. It is a side view which shows the case where the user puts the foot | leg on the floor surface in the rocking | swiveling type exercise device which concerns on Embodiment 2 of this invention.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Oscillation type exercise device 2 Seat 3 Drive device (oscillation mechanism)
4 Base 5 (5a, 5b) Connection link 6 Movable mount 7 (7a, 7b) Left-right axis (second support means)
8 base 10 motor (drive source)
13 drive part 13a 1st drive part (1st conversion means)
13b 2nd drive part (2nd conversion means)
17 First shaft (first left and right axis)
18 Second shaft (second left / right axis)
20 Arm link (arm crank)
21 Eccentric rod (arm crank)
33 User 301 Support body 302 Upper rotation support plate 303 Vertical axis (first support means)
304 Rolling ball 305 Vertical axis rotation support portion (first support means)
306 Lower rotation support plate 307 鐙 308 Floor 50 Leg 501 Adjuster (Adjustment means)
502 pedestal 503 pedestal

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  1. In an oscillating motion apparatus comprising a driving source and a oscillating mechanism that converts the rotational force of the output rotation shaft of the driving source into a oscillating motion of a saddle-like seat on which a user sits across,
    The swing mechanism is
    First support means for supporting a movable gantry provided on the base so as to be capable of rotating and reciprocating about a vertical axis;
    An oscillating motion apparatus comprising: first conversion means for converting rotational movement of the output rotation shaft of the drive source into rotational reciprocation about the vertical axis of the pedestal via the first support means. .
  2. The swing mechanism is
    Second support means for supporting a base fixed to the seat so as to be capable of rotating and reciprocating around a left and right axis provided on the movable frame via a connecting link;
    And a second conversion means for converting the rotational movement of the output rotation shaft of the drive source into the reciprocating linear movement of the pedestal in the front-rear direction and the rotational reciprocation of the left-right axis through the second support means. The swing type exercise device according to claim 1, characterized in that:
  3.   The second conversion means is rotationally driven by the rotational force of the output rotation shaft of the drive source, and the first left and right shafts on the movable frame and the base end side are eccentrically connected to the end of the first left and right shafts. And a crank arm having a distal end side rotatably connected to an intermediate portion of the connecting link.
  4.   The first converting means is rotatable by a second left and right axis on the movable frame and a support member whose base end side is erected on the base, which is driven to rotate by the rotational force of the first left and right axis. 4. An oscillating exercise device according to claim 3, further comprising an eccentric rod supported and eccentrically connected to an end portion of the second left and right shafts.
  5.   5. The oscillating motion apparatus according to claim 4, further comprising speed reducing means for transmitting the rotational force of the first left and right axis to the second left and right axis in a state where the speed is reduced at a predetermined reduction ratio.
  6.   6. The oscillating motion apparatus according to claim 5, wherein the predetermined reduction ratio is approximately ½.
  7.   The oscillating motion apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the output rotation shaft protrudes in one direction of the drive source.
  8.   The swing type exercise device according to any one of claims 1 to 7, further comprising adjusting means for adjusting the height of the seat.
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