Marty Gilman, Inc.
|Marty Gilman, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130059700||BASKETBALL TRAINER FOR DEVELOPING GRIPPING STRENGTH AND POWER - A training device||03-07-2013|
|20130059682||FUMBLE CAUSING TRAINING DEVICE FOR FOOTBALL - A training device||03-07-2013|
|20130055605||LOGO DISPLAYING MINIATURE FOOTBALL PYLON - A logo displaying miniature football pylon is disclosed. The pylon includes an elastomeric body having a greater longitudinal, height-wise dimension than a transverse dimension. The pylon has a height-wise bottom portion, which includes a height-wise bottom surface for being seated on a tabletop, and a weighted mass substantially concealed therein, providing stability to the pylon when positioned on the tabletop. The pylon includes a top surface which height-wise opposes the bottom surface, and at least one side surface that includes at least one logo portion, which is at or adjacent to the pylon top surface, and contains logo indicia. From this, the pylon is capable of stably displaying the logo indicia in an upright configuration above the tabletop.||03-07-2013|
|20120172155||SKIS AND HANDLEBAR ACCESSORIES FOR ATHLETIC TRAINING SLEDS - A training sled including a pair of nonlinear runners of tubular construction arranged in parallel relative to a center axis and a plane. A head crossbar of tubular construction may extend between first ends of the runners and may be joined thereto so as to form a continuous tubular U-shaped member with the runners. A weight bearing member may be affixed to and extend between the pair of nonlinear runners near mid-sections thereof. A rear crossbar of tubular construction may extend between and may be disposed above the plane of the runners proximate second ends thereof and may be joined thereto opposite the head crossbar, so as to present a rearward facing surface against which force may be applied. The training sled may include a removable handlebar in a variety of configurations. A ski accessory may be configured to removably attach to the training sled. The ski accessory may include a pair of nonlinear skis arranged in parallel relative to a center axis and a plane. A friction-reducing layer may be disposed on a bottom portion of each of the pair of skis. A ski head crossbar may extend between head ends of the pair of skis. A ski rear crossbar may extend between rear ends of the pair of skis. Attachment arms may be disposed on an inner portion of each of the pair of skis and may be configured to removably attach to the athletic training sled.||07-05-2012|
|20110177891||HIP THRUST SLED - A hip thrust sled may include a pair of spaced apart runners configured in generally parallel relation to each other. A first cross member extends between and is connected to the spaced apart runners proximate to a distal end of the hip thrust sled. A second cross member extends between and is connected to the spaced apart runners near a proximal end of the hip thrust sled to receive removable weights. A pendulum arm is rotatably attached at its distal end to the first cross member and is configured at a proximal end to move vertically relative to the spaced apart runners. The pendulum arm extends towards the proximal end of the hip thrust sled at an upward angle. An adjustable stop may limit the vertical movement of the pendulum arm. A handlebar may be attached to the proximal end of the pendulum arm.||07-21-2011|
|20080312009||ATHLETIC TRAINING SLED APPARATUS - A weight sled apparatus useful for strength training and simulating the resistance of an opponent during a blocking event has a tubular construction forming a U-shaped member having a pair of parallel legs which serve as runners. A weight bearing member affixed to and extending between the pair of runners allows mounting of removable mount weights on a horn projecting therefrom. A crossbar extending between the runner ends presents a rearward facing surface at least 8 inches above the plane of the runners against which force may applied. An optional handlebar attachment presents a rearward facing surface against which force may applied in a range from 8 inches to 40 inches above the plane of the runners and normal thereto. The weight sled affords a trainee multiple force application surfaces near the center of gravity of the sled and at differing vertical heights, enabling a more realistic simulation of the resistance presented during a blocking event.||12-18-2008|
Patent applications by Marty Gilman, Inc.