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TWI401103B
TWI401103B TW95132744A TW95132744A TWI401103B TW I401103 B TWI401103 B TW I401103B TW 95132744 A TW95132744 A TW 95132744A TW 95132744 A TW95132744 A TW 95132744A TW I401103 B TWI401103 B TW I401103B
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Abstract

An exercise machine includes: a base; a saddle provided on the base via a first elastic flexible shaft; a pedaling pedestal provided on the base so that a pedaling axis for the pedaling pedestal is tilted toward the saddle; and a handle provided on the base via a second elastic flexible shaft.

Description

Motion device

The present invention relates to a motion device in which a user moves himself or in an auxiliary manner using a driving means provided by one or a plurality of motors or the like provided in a driving portion.

A pedal-type exercise device having a stepping pedal that has been known from the prior art is a saddle fixed to a body of the exercise device that can be seated in a state where the foot is extended; and when seated in the saddle, is provided at two A pair of pedals that are accessible to the foot and that can withstand a predetermined load. In the exercise device, the foot is placed on the pedal in a riding posture to alternately step on the left and right sides, and is mainly used for forging the muscles of the foot (for example, see Patent Document 1).

Further, the seat portion of the exercise device is also known as a saddle-type exercise device that swings up and down, front, back, and left and right by a coil spring or the like (for example, see Patent Document 2).

[Patent Document 1] Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2000-116818

[Patent Document 2] Japanese Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 2003-190347

In general, in addition to the whole body exercise in which the body energy consumption is large, it is desirable to have a structure that can directly exercise the muscles of the site by acting on a firm part such as a shoulder, a foot, a wrist, and the like.

However, in the above-described pedal-type exercise device, the body that is placed on the pedal is alternately stepped on, or the swing of the seat is unstable, and the body that has lost the balance is maintained from the muscle function by the body function. The shoulder-to-foot movement of the load-bearing body is not suitable as a movement device for exercising the muscles of the wrist or for cultivating a sense of balance. In addition, for users who are not physically strong, such as elderly people, there is also a problem of excessive exercise.

The present invention is an invention for solving the above problems, and provides a body movement that exercises the muscles of the part as a whole body motion or directly acts on a part to be tight, and exercises the muscles of the wrist to cultivate a sense of balance. The device is for its purpose. Further, the present invention provides an exercise device that can assist the user's movement and is also easy to use for a user without muscle strength.

In order to achieve the above object, one aspect of the exercise device of the present invention is directed to: a support table; and a seat having respective predetermined positions disposed on the support table; a pair of stepping tables that step into the pedal; and a handle The movement device of the table is characterized in that the seat is attached to the support base via an elastically flexible shaft, and the stepping platform is attached to the support base by tilting the shaft in the stepping direction toward the seat side. The handle is attached to the support table through an elastically flexible shaft.

Further, another aspect of the exercise apparatus of the present invention includes: a support base; and a seat that is attached to a predetermined position of the support base through the elastically flexible shaft; and the stepping shaft is inclined toward the seat side And installed in the foregoing a stepping table on the front side of the seat on the support table; and a handle that is movable to the left and right by an elastically flexible shaft that is attached to the front side of the stepping table that is tilted toward the seat side; and The driving device mounted on the upper and lower sides of the elastically flexible shaft holding the front handle is driven to the left and right.

The exercise device of the present invention is provided with: a support table; and a seat having respective predetermined positions disposed on the support table; a pair of stepping tables that step into the pedal; and a movement device of the handle table, because the seat is The handles are respectively mounted on the support table through the elastic flexible shaft, so that the seat and the handle are placed on the seat and the two feet are placed on the pedal to alternately step on the pedal, or the two feet simultaneously perform the stepping action. It swings unsteadily, and it can perform complex movements from the shoulders to the feet by acting as a body function that maintains the balance of destruction. This allows you to exercise the muscles of your feet and wrists at the same time, and also develop a sense of balance.

The support table of the exercise apparatus of the present invention described above may be constituted by, for example, at least a pair of pipe members bent upward in a front side arranged in parallel, and an auxiliary member connecting the pipe members.

The seat of the exercise apparatus of the present invention is configured to be swingably coupled to the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft.

In the above-mentioned seat, a driving device for swinging the seat can be attached. At this time, due to the unstable swing of the seat portion with respect to the above-described stepping operation, the seat portion is automatically (mandatory) oscillated by the above-described driving device, so that the seat can be swung. The form is more complicated. Therefore, by using the body machine from the shoulder to the foot to "maintain the above-mentioned broken balance" It can cause more complicated exercise, so that the muscles of the foot and the wrist can be exercised more effectively at the same time, and the balance can be developed more effectively.

The stepping table of the exercise device of the present invention may be a pair of foot mounting tables that are mounted to the support table at a predetermined angle and a predetermined stroke that are inclined toward the table side; The elastic body of the foot mounting table is formed. Further, the front foot mounting table may be provided with a driving device that can drive the above-described foot mounting table to be advanced and retracted by a predetermined stroke. At this time, it can be used to assist the user's movement by the aforementioned driving device, and it is possible to provide more opportunities for people to use the exercise device regardless of the basic handicap of each person.

Moreover, the handle of the exercise device of the present invention can also be configured; the holding table fixed to the upper end of the elastically flexible shaft can be held in the left-right direction, and the driving means for driving the handle to be moved to the left and right can be mounted on the holding table, and The control device of the driving means is disposed near the grip of the handle or at the upper portion of the holding table. Therefore, if the aforementioned handle is automatically (mandatory) driven by the above-described driving mechanism, it is possible to cause more complicated body functions by "using the balance for maintaining the above-mentioned broken balance" from the shoulder to the foot. The exercise can be used to exercise the muscles of the foot and the wrist at the same time, and the balance can be more effective.

Further, another aspect of the exercise device according to the present invention includes: a support base; and a stepping table provided with each of the predetermined positions of the support table, a pair of pedals; and a movement device of the handle table. The pedestal is mounted on the support table via an elastically flexible shaft, and the stepping platform tilts the slewing axis of the slewing pedal toward the seat side Further, the handle is attached to the support base, and the handle is attached to the support base through a movable member that is movable in the front-rear direction.

In the exercise device having such a configuration, the support device includes: a support table; and a stepping table provided with each of the predetermined positions on the support table; and a pair of pedals; and a movement device of the handle table The seat is attached to the support table through the elastically flexible shaft, and the handle is attached to the support base through a movable member movable in the front-rear direction, so that the seat is seated on the seat and the two feet are placed on the pedal When the pedaling action is performed alternately, the seat and the handle swing unsteadily, and the complex movement can be performed by the body function of "maintaining the balance of destruction" from the shoulder to the foot. As a result, the muscles of the feet and the wrist can be exercised at the same time, and the balance can be developed together.

Further, in the above-described exercise apparatus, since the above-described swing is generated by the twisting of the pedal, it is possible to cause a swing larger than the above-described stepping operation. Therefore, the muscle exercise and the sense of balance caused by the above-described swing can be performed more effectively. Moreover, since the squatting motion is utilized, the muscle strength of the script body can be increased as compared with the above-described stepping operation.

Moreover, since the handle can be moved in the front-rear direction, for example, in the case where the handle is located forward, the muscles of the back muscle and the back side of the user can be more focused, and the handle can be focused on the exercise in the case where the handle is located at the rear. The abdominal muscles of the user and the muscles of the ventral side.

Further, in the present invention, it is possible to provide a load adjusting means for applying a load to the movable member and adjusting the load with respect to the forward and backward movement of the handle. Therefore, since the swing of the handle can be appropriately controlled by controlling the load state, the above-mentioned unstable can be appropriately controlled. The degree of swing.

The support platform may be composed of a pair of pipe members arranged in parallel, and a pair of pipe members extending from the pair of pipe members and supporting the pedestal.

Further, the seat can be oscillatably coupled to the upper end of the elastically flexible shaft. Thereby, the above-described unstable swing can be formed more easily and efficiently.

Further, it is possible to provide a driving device that oscillates to the above-described seat swing that is slidably coupled to the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft of the seat. At this time, due to the unsteady swing of the seat portion with respect to the above-described twisting operation, the seat portion is automatically (mandatory) swung by the above-described driving device, so that the seat can be more complicated. The swinging shape of the platform. Therefore, it is possible to cause more complicated exercise by exerting the body function of "used to maintain the above-mentioned broken balance" from the shoulder to the foot, thereby being able to exercise the muscles of the foot and the wrist at the same time more effectively. The development of balance is more effective.

Further, the stepping table may have a twisting load adjusting means for controlling a load state of the twisting driving of the pair of pedals. Thereby, the degree of muscle strength training of the foot itself can be freely changed as the swaying movement itself, or can be freely changed in accordance with the swing state of the turbulent movement of the seat. Therefore, the degree of exercise of the muscles of the above-mentioned foot and the wrist and the degree of balance can be appropriately adjusted.

Further, the pair of pedals are disposed more than 10% apart from each other by a distance between the two limbs formed when the user sits on the pedestal. At this time, since the stroke of the twirling movement is increased, the muscle of the script body can be more effectively performed. Exercise, and it is also effective to exercise the iliopsoas, psoas muscles, etc.

As explained above, by the present invention. It is possible to provide a sports device that can exercise the muscles of the site as a whole in the past, or exercise the muscles of the wrist directly, and exercise the muscles of the wrist to form a balance. Further, it is possible to provide an exercise device that assists the user's movement and is also easy to use for a user who does not have muscle strength.

[Best form for carrying out the invention]

Further features and advantages of the present invention will be described in the light of the best mode of the invention.

(First embodiment)

The exercise apparatus according to the present embodiment includes a support base 1 as shown in Figs. 1 and 2, and a saddle 2 disposed adjacent to the rear portion of the support base 1, and a pair of stepped pedals 3, 3; Stepping on the table 4; and the handle table 5. The front side of the parallel arrangement is composed of at least a pair of pipe members 6, 6 bent upward, and auxiliary members 7, 7, ... connecting the pipe members.

The saddle 2 is attached to the support table 1 via a coil spring 8 having a predetermined rigidity. The rigidity of the coil spring 8 is formed to withstand the stress in the vertical direction due to the user's weight and corresponds to the flexural strength of the bending stress when the body is inclined. Moreover, the saddle 2 and the coil spring 8 are as shown in FIG. As shown in an enlarged manner, the hemispherical portion 9 provided on the upper portion of the coil spring 8 and the hemispherical concave portion 10 provided at the lower portion of the saddle 2 are coupled to be swingable.

Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the stepping table 4 is provided with a pair of stepping pedals 3, 3 that can advance and retreat within a predetermined stroke range toward the user side of the casing 11. The angle with respect to the casing 11 that is stepped into the pedals 3, 3 is such that when the user places the foot on the pedals 3, 3, the knee of the athlete is adjusted to an angle of 90 or more. The stepping into the pedals 3 and 3 has a moving method of driving by the human power, and a method of driving the motor by a motor is not shown.

On the side surface of the casing 11, a strength adjusting handle 12 for adjusting the strength of the load of the pedals 3, 3 is provided. Fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view showing a mechanism for adjusting the stroke length of the pedals 3, 3 and the strength of the load. In the figure, the stepping pedal 3, which is one of the stepping tables 4, is elastically held by the casing 11 through the coil spring 13, and the pedal 3 is stepped in the casing 11, and the elastic force is predetermined. Sexually step-in. The coil spring 13 is held between the inner surface of the casing 11 and the support table 1 through the holding disks 14 and 14, and the gap between the holding disks 14 and 14 on the support table 1 side is the rack 15 and the rack 15 Engagement, and adjustment by the pinion 16 that is twisted by the strength adjustment adjustment handle 12 can be utilized. When the strength adjustment knob 12 is turned, the pinion gear 16 is twisted, and the gap between the holding disks 14 and 14 is narrowed, the rigidity of the coil spring 13 is increased, the amount of movement of the pedaling motion is increased, and the stepping is performed. The journey is getting smaller.

The stepping action of stepping into the pedals 3, 3 is as shown in Fig. 6(a), the feet can be alternately pedaled, and as shown in Fig. (b), both feet can be simultaneously Step on. Regardless of the adjustment of the strength adjustment knob 12 or the method of stepping on the pedal, if the amount of exercise caused by the pedaling motion is larger than the amount of movement, the load on the pedals 3 and 3 is reduced.

As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8 , the handle table 5 is composed of a handle body 17 held by both hands, and a coil spring 18 having a predetermined rigidity which is slightly perpendicular to the support base 1 and held by the handle body 17 , And a connection box 19 that connects the handle body 17 and the coil spring 18. 20 and 20 are grips that are fitted to both ends of the handle body 17. Among the connection boxes 19, a drive mechanism 21 that houses the handle body 17 is housed. The drive mechanism 21 is composed of a support base 22 that fixes the handle main body 17, and a cam mechanism portion 24 that reciprocates the support base 22 on the rail mechanisms 23 and 23, although not shown in detail, so that the motor 25 is provided. When driven, the support mechanism 22 reciprocates left and right on the rail mechanisms 23 and 23 by the crank mechanism 26 provided inside the cam mechanism unit 24. Symbols 27 and 27 are control buttons for adjusting the speed of the reciprocating motion and the distance of the reciprocating motion.

Hereinafter, the usage mode of the exercise device configured as above will be described.

(first mode)

A mode in which motion is performed only by the user's own motion without using a driving device.

As shown in Fig. 9, first, the user straddles the support table 1, sits on the saddle 2, holds the handle 20 of the handle 17 with both hands, and places the two feet on the pedal 3. In this state, if you step on the pedal, you will borrow from pedal 3. By the plucking force of the coil spring 13, a reaction force corresponding to the stepping depth is generated, and the user must move the weight in order to achieve balance. At this time, the saddle 2 rotates on the coil spring 8 as the weight moves, and performs a larger swing than the coil spring 8. And the handle 17 also acts to change the bending stress in the direction of the left and right input forces due to the movement of the weight, and the side to which the force is further applied due to the bending will form an imbalance. The handle table 5, the saddle 2, and the stepping pedal 3 generate a reaction force corresponding to the unbalance of the stress by the plucking force with respect to the unbalanced stress caused by the above-mentioned unsteady action. In order to balance the force of the above-described composition, the user can move the whole body and develop a sense of balance by moving the hand, the foot, the waist, the upper body, and the like.

(second mode)

The drive device is used to assist in the mode of pedaling the pedal 3.

Since the basic operation is the same as the first mode, the repeated description is omitted. In the case of this mode, since the pedaling motion is performed without the user's consciousness, the user operates the wrist, the waist, and the upper body in cooperation with the pedaling pedal 3. Thereby, in addition to the same effect as the first mode, since the operation of the preliminary pedaling pedal 3 is performed before the pedaling pedal 3 is actuated, a higher-level reflection motion can be performed.

(third mode)

A mode in which the handle 17 is reciprocated to the left and right by a driving device.

For example, after the movement of the first mode, the control switch of the motor 23 provided on the grip of the handle 17 is activated to cause the handle 17 to reciprocate to the left and right. From the reciprocation of the handle 17, the user performs the movement of the foot, the waist, and the upper body in order to balance the movement. Thereby, the movement of the part different from the second mode can be performed, and the reflection movement is also performed.

Furthermore, each of the above modes is an example, and the present invention is not limited to the related mode. For example, it can also be implemented by combining the above modes as appropriate.

(Second embodiment)

Fig. 10 is a perspective view schematically showing an example of the exercise device according to the second embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 11 is a side view showing the exercise device shown in Fig. 10. Further, Fig. 12 is an enlarged view showing a saddle portion of the above-described exercise device.

As shown in Fig. 10 and Fig. 11, the exercise device according to the present embodiment includes a support member formed by a pair of additional pipe members projecting upward from the center of each pipe member with respect to a pair of pipe members arranged in parallel. The table 31; and a saddle 32 attached to the support table 31 via a coil spring 38. In the same manner as in the first embodiment, the coil spring 38 is set to withstand the stress in the vertical direction due to the weight of the user, and to form the bending strength (rigidity) corresponding to the bending stress when the body is tilted. . Further, the saddle 32 and the coil spring 38 have a structure in which the end portion of the coil spring 38 is fixed to the saddle 32 by a jig not shown.

The stepping table 34 is disposed at a substantially central portion of the additional pipe member constituting the support base 31, and the crank 33A projecting from both end portions of the stepping table 34 is further provided, and a turning pedal 33 is provided at the front end portion thereof. As a result, the stepping table 34 is in a state in which the slewing shaft of the slewing pedal 33 is inclined toward the saddle 32 side. It is mounted on the support table 31.

Further, the pair of additional pipe members constituting the support base 31 are erected upward from the front side of the saddle 32 to constitute the support handle 35. Further, the handle 35 is coupled to a movable control device (movable member) 39 constituting a predetermined load, and the pipe member directly supports the movable control device 39. As a result, the handle 35 is indirectly supported by the pipe member.

Further, the handle 35 can be understood from the drawings, and has the same configuration as that of a general bicycle, and is configured to be held by both hands.

In the exercise device of the present embodiment, when the user sits on the saddle 32 and places both feet on the pedal 33 and alternately performs the pedaling operation, the saddle 32 will swing unsteadily, and the handle 35 will face Because it moves in the front-rear direction, it is possible to perform complex movements by acting as a body function to maintain the balance of destruction from the shoulder to the foot. As a result, the muscles of the feet and the wrist can be exercised at the same time, and the balance can be developed together.

Further, in the above-described exercise device, since the above-described swing is generated by the twisting of the slewing pedal 33, it is possible to cause a swing larger than the stepping operation of the first embodiment. Therefore, the muscle exercise and the sense of balance caused by the above-described swing can be performed more effectively. Moreover, since the squatting motion is utilized, the muscle strength of the script body can be increased as compared with the above-described stepping operation.

Further, since the handle 35 can be moved in the front-rear direction, for example, when the handle 35 is located forward, the muscles of the back muscle and the back side of the user can be more focused, and the handle 35 is located at the rear, and the focus can be emphasized. Exercise the abdominal muscles of the user and the muscles of the ventral side.

Further, in the present embodiment, the handle 35 is coupled to the movable control device 39, and by adjusting the damper 39A provided in the movable control device 39, the load on the movement of the handle 35 in the front-rear direction can be adjusted. Therefore, since the swing of the handle 35 described above can be appropriately controlled by controlling the load state, the degree of the above-described unstable swing can be appropriately controlled.

Further, the pedal 33 can be disposed more than 10% apart from the interval between the limbs formed by the user sitting on the saddle 32 by the crank 33A. For example, if the interval between the two limbs formed when sitting is about 19 cm, the case of this example may be about 22 cm. At this time, since the stroke when the pedal 33 is turned up is increased, the muscle exercise of the script body can be performed more effectively, and the exercise of the iliopsoas muscle, the psoas muscle, and the like can be performed efficiently.

Further, the stepping table 34 can have a twisting load adjusting means for controlling the load state of the twisting drive of the pedal 33. Thereby, the degree of muscle strength training of the foot itself can be freely changed as the twirling motion itself, or the swing state of the pedestal or the like can be freely changed in accordance with the aforementioned swaying motion. Therefore, the degree of exercise of the muscles of the above-mentioned foot and the wrist and the degree of balance can be appropriately adjusted.

In addition, as the above means, a sliding force using a brake member or the like can be suitably used.

Further, although not specifically illustrated in the present embodiment, a drive device that is coupled to be swingable can be provided on the upper portion of the coil spring 38 that holds the saddle 32. Moreover, since the shape of the saddle is saddle-shaped, the upper body can be swung while ensuring the waist, and it is very effective. At this time, because of the addition Then, the saddle 32 of the turning motion swings unsteadily, and the saddle 32 is automatically (mandatory) oscillated by the above-described driving means, so that the swinging form of the saddle 32 can be more complicated.

Therefore, complicated movement can be performed by exerting a bodily function of "used to maintain the above-described broken balance" from the shoulder to the foot. In this way, the muscles of the foot and the wrist can be exercised more effectively at the same time, and the balance feeling can be developed more effectively. Moreover, this type of exercise is called the pilates movement.

Moreover, Fig. 13 is a view schematically showing a modification of the saddle portion of the above embodiment. Although in the above example, only two coil springs 38 are provided in the lower portion of the saddle 32, in the present example, three coil springs 38 are provided in the lower portion of the saddle 32. Therefore, in the case of using the saddle 32 of the present example, the upper body can be swung three times, and the above-described muscle exercise and balance feeling can be more effectively performed.

Fig. 14 is a perspective view showing a modification of the second embodiment, and Fig. 15 is a side view showing a modification of the fourteenth embodiment. In this example, the handle 35 is formed to be bent in comparison with the above-described configuration, and the user can grip the curved upper portion. Furthermore, other constituent elements are the same as those described above. Therefore, in this example, the user can hold the handle 35 more surely, and the front and rear movement of the upper body can be more effectively performed centering on the handle 35.

The present invention has been described in detail above with reference to the specific embodiments thereof. However, the invention is not limited thereto, and various modifications and changes can be made without departing from the scope of the invention.

1‧‧‧Support table

2‧‧‧ saddle

3‧‧‧Step into the pedal

4‧‧‧Stepping table

5‧‧‧Hand table

6‧‧‧ Pipe fittings

7‧‧‧Auxiliary components

8‧‧‧ coil spring

9‧‧‧hemispheric

10‧‧‧hemispherical recess

11‧‧‧Shell

12‧‧‧Strength and weak adjustment handle

13‧‧‧ coil spring

14‧‧‧ Keep disk

15‧‧‧ rack

16‧‧‧Spindle

17‧‧‧Handle body

18‧‧‧ coil spring

19‧‧‧Link box

20‧‧‧Handle

21‧‧‧ drive mechanism

22‧‧‧Support table

23‧‧‧Track mechanism

24‧‧‧Cam Mechanism Department

25‧‧‧Motor

26‧‧‧Crank mechanism

27‧‧‧Control button

31‧‧‧Support table

32‧‧‧ saddle

33‧‧‧迴 pedal

34‧‧‧Stepping table

35‧‧‧Handle

38‧‧‧ coil spring

39‧‧‧ movable control device

33A‧‧‧ crank

39A‧‧‧damper (damper)

Fig. 1 is a side view showing a first embodiment of the exercise device of the present invention.

Fig. 2 is a front elevational view of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 3 is a partial cross-sectional view showing the vicinity of the saddle of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the stepping table of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 5 is a view schematically showing the configuration of a stepping table of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 6 is a view schematically showing the stepping operation of the pedal of the stepping table of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 7 is a perspective view showing the vicinity of the handle of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 8 is a view schematically showing a driving mechanism of the handle of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 9 is a view showing the state of use of the embodiment shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 10 is a perspective view showing a second embodiment of the exercise device of the present invention.

Figure 11 is a side view of the embodiment shown in Figure 10.

Fig. 12 is an enlarged view showing a saddle portion of the exercise device shown in Figs. 10 and 11.

Fig. 13 is a modification of the saddle portion of the exercise device of the embodiment shown in Fig. 10.

Fig. 14 is a perspective view showing a modification of the embodiment shown in Fig. 10.

Fig. 15 is a side view showing a modification of Fig. 14.

1‧‧‧Support table

2‧‧‧ saddle

3‧‧‧Step-in pedal

4‧‧‧Stepping table

5‧‧‧Hand table

6‧‧‧ Pipe fittings

8‧‧‧ coil spring

Claims (15)

  1. A motion device is provided with: a support table; and a table having a predetermined position disposed at each of the support tables; a pair of stepping tables that step into the pedal; and a movement device of the handle table, characterized in that: the seat Attached to the support table by an elastically flexible shaft, the stepping platform is attached to the support base by tilting a shaft in a stepping direction toward the seat side, and the handle is attached to the support through an elastically flexible shaft On the stage.
  2. An exercise device characterized by: a support table; and a seat mounted to a predetermined position of the support table through an elastically flexible shaft; and a stepping shaft that is inclined toward the seat side and mounted on the support table a stepping table in front of the seat; and a handle that is movable to the left and right by an elastically flexible shaft that is attached to the front of the stepping table and tilted toward the seat side; and is mounted for holding The aforementioned handle of the elastically flexible shaft is driven by the aforementioned handle that is driven to the left and right.
  3. The exercise device according to the first or second aspect of the invention, wherein the support table is configured by at least a pair of pipe members bent upward in a front side arranged in parallel and an auxiliary member connecting the pipe members.
  4. Such as the sportswear described in item 1 or 2 of the patent application scope In the above, the seat base and the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft are swingably coupled to each other.
  5. The exercise device according to the first or second aspect of the invention, wherein the motion device is configured such that the seat is swingably coupled to the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft that holds the seat.
  6. The exercise device according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the stepping table is a pair of feet attached to the support table at a predetermined angle inclined toward the seat side and within a predetermined stroke range. a portion mounting table; and an elastic body that pushes the foot mounting table upward.
  7. The exercise device according to claim 1 or 2, further comprising a drive device that can drive the footrest to advance and retreat within a predetermined stroke range.
  8. The exercise device according to the first or second aspect of the invention, wherein the handle is held by a holding table fixed to an upper end of the elastically flexible shaft, and is mounted on the holding table. A driving means for moving the handle to the left and right, and a control means for the driving means is disposed in the vicinity of the grip of the handle or the upper portion of the holding table.
  9. An exercise device is provided with: a support table; and a seat having a predetermined position disposed at each of the support tables, and a pair of pedals a stepping device; and a movement device for the handle table, wherein the seat is attached to the support base via an elastically flexible shaft, and the stepping platform tilts the twisting shaft of the pedal to the seat side The handle is attached to the support base, and the handle is attached to the support base through a movable member that is movable in the front-rear direction.
  10. The exercise device according to claim 9, further comprising a load adjusting means for applying a load to the movable member and adjusting a load with respect to a forward and backward movement of the handle.
  11. The exercise device according to the ninth or tenth aspect, wherein the support table is: a pair of pipe members arranged in parallel; and a pair of pipe members extending from the pair of pipe members and supporting the addition of the pedestal A pair of pipe members.
  12. The exercise device according to claim 9 or 10, wherein the seat base and the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft are coupled to each other in a swingable manner.
  13. The exercise device according to claim 9 or 10, further comprising a drive device that swingably connects to the seat that holds the upper portion of the elastically flexible shaft of the seat.
  14. Such as the movement described in item 9 or item 10 of the patent application In the device, the stepping table has a twisting load adjusting means for controlling a load state of the twisting driving of the pair of pedals.
  15. The exercise device according to claim 9 or 10, wherein the pair of pedals are disposed more than 10% apart from each other by a distance between two limbs formed by the user sitting on the pedestal.
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