US 20050227823 A1
A stationary bike frame of fitness equipment comprised of a dancer pivoted to the frame and driven by a pair of pedals to engage in reciprocal motion at high frequency; a belt for the user to wear being drawn by the reciprocal motion of the dancer to create vibration at high frequency for fat reduction of a particular part of the body where the belt is worn by the user while simulating the motion of riding a bike.
1. A stationary bike of fitness equipment is comprised of a frame; a seat and a handle on the frame; and a pair of pedals axially provided to the frame; a dancer driven by the pair of pedals to engage in fast reciprocal motion being pivoted to the frame; a belt being provided to the dancer for the user to wear; the belt being driven by the dancer producing vibration at high frequency to provide fat reduction results on the part of the body of the user where the belt is worn.
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(a) Field of the Invention
The present invention is related to fitness equipment; and more particularly, to a stationary bike frame that further provides fat reduction by high-frequency vibration for a specific part of the body of the user.
(b) Description of the Prior Art
Earlier deterioration of health and aging to the physical mechanism, or in serious case, karoshi, due to lacking in exercise are getting more popular particularly among the 9-5. Either the employer or the employee shall pay extra attention to the balance between working and resting.
Outdoor activities are usually restricted by the weather conditions, places, and the number of participants to become less self-motivated; therefore, indoor fitness equipment is widely accepted for people to work out for staying in shape. Most of the indoor fitness equipments, e.g., a running machine or a stationary bike, are designed to simulate outdoor activities.
However, the fitness equipment to work out essentially by cycling generally available in the market gets too monotonous and the user may lose the motivation to stick to the exercise after a while of use. Furthermore, fitness equipment with only a dedicated purpose provides limited results for a certain part of the body of the user. After a longer time of exercise, the muscles of that part are built up to become a flaw in staying fit to somehow fail the purpose of relying upon the fitness exercise.
The primary purpose of the present invention is to provide a stationary bike of fitness equipment that allows fat reduction of a particular part of the body of the user while working out by riding on it. To achieve the purpose, a dancer is pivoted to the frame and engaging in fast reciprocal motion as driven by a pair of pedals; a belt is provided to the dancer for the user to wear so that when the belt is driven by the reciprocal motion of the dancer, the vibration at high frequency provided by the belt on the particular part of the body of the user achieves the purpose of fat reduction.
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A pedal tube 13 is provided at a fixed position in the frame 10 for both of the pair of pedals 40 and the eccentric shaft 81 to be axially disposed to the frame 10. The transmission respectively between the pair of pedals 40 and the resistance wheel 70 as well as between the resistance wheel 70 and the eccentric shaft 81 is executed by a chain wheel 41 and a chain 42. Each on both ends of the connection rod 82 is provided with an axial hole 821, and a shaft rod 51 is laterally provided at the where close to the lower end of the dancer 50. The connection rod 82 is inserted respectively with its both axial holes 821 into the eccentric shaft 81 and the shaft rod 51 to constitute the transmission between the eccentric shaft 81 and the dancer 50.
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The present invention provides an improved structure of a stationary bike of fitness equipment and the application for a utility patent is duly filed accordingly. However, it is to be noted that the preferred embodiments disclosed in the specification and the accompanying drawings are not limiting the present invention; and that any construction, installation, or characteristics that is same or similar to that of the present invention should fall within the scope of the purposes and claims of the present invention.