The present invention is a wall mount for use with exercise cords. It is a system that includes the wall mount, the exercise cords and the hardware for attaching the exercise cord to the wall mount.
The term exercise cord is intended to include any flexible, resilient device with a major dimension much longer than its minor dimension and that increases resistance the farther it is stretched (up to its elastic limit). Exercise cords include tubes, cylinders and flat straps that are made of rubber, whether synthetic or natural, or other rubber-like material. The preferred prior art exercise cords are in the form of bungee cords with handles affixed to each end. They are available with different resistances to stretching and are often color coded to indicate the particular resistance level of each cord. Other types of exercise cords are commonly called rubber tubes.
Another important feature of the present invention is the spring clips that are used for attaching the exercise cords. The central curves of these spring clips protrude from the rear of the mount and brace against the rear side of the wall mount when the exercise cord is pulled.
Exercise resistance cords are a low-cost alternative to hand weights or fancy weight machines. I love using a resistance band or cord for my upper body workouts.