Golf Exercising Method

Patent No. 7,364,516

Issued: April 29, 2008
Filed: August 16, 2006

Inventors: Kim; Yong Woo (Rochester, NY)
Assignee: Kellion Corporation (Rochester, NY)


A golf swing exerciser uses two lengths of resistance cords or tension elements connected to an exercising handle so that one of the cords extends to an upper resistance region on a back swing side of the exerciser and the other resistance cord extends between upper and lower resistance regions on a back swing side of the exerciser. The cord from the upper resistance region resists downward movement of an exercising handle from a back swing region, and the cord extending between the upper and lower resistance regions resists lateral movement of the handle into a hitting region. The combined resistance of both cords significantly increases as the handle moves into the hitting region.

Reference to Related Applications

This is a divisional patent application of application Ser. No. 10/075,204, filed 14 Feb. 2002, entitled GOLF EXERCISER now U.S. Pat. No. 7,153,245. The aforementioned application is hereby incorporated by reference.


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