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FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view of the successive sliding exerciser in FIG. 1;

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  • To achieve the objective, the successive sliding exerciser in accordance with the present invention comprises a traverse beam with a sliding track built inside, a sliding part, fitted on the track, which includes a hand grip for the user to hold on to suspend his body and is slidable between two ends of the beam. Additionally, two upholders, placed in two sides, support the beam movable on the two ends. Each upholder has a stepping slot with two platforms of different height. The length of the beam is equal to the distance from the higher platform on one end to the lower platform on the other end. When using this exerciser, the user grabs the sliding part and slides from the higher end to the lower end. Upon reaching the lower end, the beam of this end is lifted up backward and is placed on the higher platform, the other end of the beam will automatically fall to the lower platform. One end to the other, the two ends switch their positions of lower end and higher end. Therefore, the user is able to slide back, and the sliding exercising action can continue back and forth.

    It depends on what is your fitness level and how bad you want to achieve a flat stomach. Making ab slide exercises with other ab workouts 3 – 4 times a week can bring you good results in a short time. But you should not forget that your have to follow a good diet and do some other cardio training.

  • Referring to FIGS. 1 to 4, the successive sliding exerciser (10) in accordance with the present invention comprises a beam (2), a sliding part (3), a first and a second upholders (41, 42), and a first and a second supporting frames (51, 52). The first and second supporting frames (51, 52) are placed on the ground separating from each other in a designated distance. Each upholder (41/42) is fixed on a top of a corresponding one of the first and the second supporting frames (51, 52). The sliding part (3) is slidably fitted on the tracks (not numbered) that are formed on two opposite sides in the beam (2). As shown in FIG. 3, the sliding part (3) includes a handgrip (31) for a user to hold to suspend himself/herself and several roller wheels (32) to allow the sliding part (3) slide on the tracks of the beam (2). Referring to FIG. 4, the first and the second upholders (41, 42) are placed in two sides for supporting the beam (2) detachable from the ends. The first upholder (41) has a first stepping slot (411) defined therein and the second upholder (42) has second stepping slot (421) defined therein. The second stepping slot (421) is shown in FIG. 2 for further clarification. Each stepping slot (411/421) includes two platforms respectively in a lower and higher level positions. As shown in FIG. 4, there are lower platforms (412, 422) and higher platforms (413, 423), and the length of the beam is about the distance between a higher platform in a stepping slot to the lower platform in the other stepping slot, i.e., the length of the beam is the distance of the right higher platform (423) to the left lower platform (412), or the left higher platform (413) to the right lower platform (422).

    The main objective of the present invention is to provide a successive sliding exerciser with which a user can perform successive back and forth sliding along a beam with gravity effect. Upon a user sliding from the higher end to the lower end of the beam, the inclining direction of the beam can be easily reversed such that the user can slide, subsequently, in a reverse direction. The present invention thus will allow the user to slide smoothly with two way successive moves.


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    Referring to FIG. 5, another embodiment of the present invention is two-track type successive sliding exerciser (6), such exerciser mainly comprises two beams (26, 27), two sliding part (36, 37), a cable linking set (8) (see FIG. 6) and two supporting frames (91, 92). The two beams (26, 27) are fixed on frames side by side, each beam is mounted in with a sliding part (36, 37) which is slidable between two ends of its corresponding beam (26, 27). Two frames are constructed to the two ends of the beams in order to fix and to support the beams. The two ends of each beam are fixed on different altitude levels and the inclination directions for both beams are opposite to each other. Connecting the two sliding parts (36,37), a linking set (8) for force transmission is mounted in the beams. As shown in FIG. 6, a cable linking set (8) includes a cable (81) and its two ends are tied to the two sliding parts (36, 37). Between the sliding parts, the cable passes around three idle wheels (82) such that the move of one sliding part can draw the other one to move simultaneously. If a sliding part (37) is held by a user and is pulled down sliding with gravity effect, the other sliding part (36) on the other beam will move in the same direction but up sliding. As shown in FIG. 5, a user standing at the right end of the exerciser, holds onto the sliding part (37) at the higher end of the back beam (27), and slides along this beam (27) to the left lower end. The other sliding part (36) at the other beam (26), due to the drawing force transmitted by the cable, is pulled in parallel to the left side, but the higher end. Upon reaching the other end, i.e., the left end, the user can switch to the other beam (26), and slide back in a reverse direction to the right side. At the right side, the user can repeat the actions similar to those at the left side but in an opposite way. The back and forth sliding then can be repeated again and again.

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Referring to FIGS. 6 and 7, when in use, the position of the kneeboard 3 relative to the transverse bar 11 is adjusted. After adjustment of the position of the kneeboard 3, the user 6 can then operate the sliding exerciser by resting the knees on the kneeboard 6 and moving the slide 2 with the hands along the rails 121. The muscles of the users' arms, shoulders, abdomen and back are well exercised when the user 6 moves the slide 2 back and forth along the rails 121. Furthermore, a sensor 1212 is provided at the base 12 of the track body 1 between the rails 121, and a counter 26 is provided at the slide body 21 of the slide 2. The counter 26 acts with the sensor 1212 to count the number of times of the reciprocating movement of the slide 2 on the rails 121 by the user 6.