US Pat. No. 9,931,529

PUSH UP DEVICE

THE PROPHET CORPORATION, ...

1. A push up device comprising:a support device including a base, a first side support which extends upwardly from the base to a top, a second side support opposite the first side support which extends upwardly from the base to the top, the top and the first and second side supports forming an arch, wherein each side support is made from a flexible material configured to collapse the top of the support device toward the base in the event the user falls onto the support device or collapses during a push up, the base being configured to seat on a surface;
a control device positioned at the top for engagement by the user during a push exercise, the control device including a push up counter;
a first hand support extending from a first side of the support device, the first hand support having a first major side and an opposite second major side connected by an edge, the first hand support being oriented so that a majority of the first major side faces and seats on the surface and the second major side faces away from the surface and defines a location for a user to place a hand of the user.

US Pat. No. 9,480,901

TRUNK LIFT DEVICE

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A trunk lift assessment device comprising:
a base configured to seat on a surface;
a tower extending upwardly from the base;
an arm extending between a first end and a second end, the arm having an intermediate portion disposed between the first end
and the second end, the second end of the arm extending outwardly from the tower, the arm being configured to remain fixed
relative to the tower when no external force is applied to the second end, the arm also being configured to pivot relative
to the tower about a pivot axis when an external force is applied to the second end, the pivot axis extending through the
intermediate portion of the arm;

a push member attached to the second end of the arm;
a gauge disposed at the tower, the gauge including a plurality of distance markers; and
an indicator coupled to the first end of the arm so that the indicator moves relative to the gauge when the arm is pivoted
relative to the tower.

US Pat. No. 9,522,301

CURL-UP DEVICE

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A curl-up device comprising:
a base defining a foot placement section extending between a front and a rear, the base also defining a portion extending
rearwardly in a first direction from the rear of the foot placement section to a free end that is spaced rearwardly from the
rear of the foot placement section to define an elongated strip that is elongated in the first direction, the rear of the
foot placement section and the elongated strip partially bounding an area in which a user may sit, the elongated strip defining
a start position indicator that is fixed in place relative to the base; and

a counter arrangement disposed at the base, the counter arrangement including a button spaced from the foot placement section
along the elongated strip, the button being disposed between the foot placement section and the start position indicator,
the button facing in the first direction towards the start position indicator, the counter arrangement also including a counter
that tracks depression of the button.

US Pat. No. 9,986,790

BUCKLE FOR EXERCISE STRAP

THE PROPHET CORPORATION, ...

1. A buckle for an exercise strap comprising:a looped component comprising a first body having an outer face and an inner face, the first body defining an aperture enclosed by the first body and having a width and a length, the looped component further comprising a shoulder abutting the aperture along an entirety of the width of the aperture and abutting a portion of the aperture along the length of the aperture, the shoulder projecting inwardly from the inner face to an inward-most surface of the shoulder; and
a hooked component pivotally coupled to the looped component and comprising a second body having a planar outer face and a planar inner face, and a hooked portion having an outer surface that is coplanar with the planar outer face of the second body and an inner surface that is coplanar with the planar inner face of the second body, the hooked portion extending from the second body to a free end of the hooked portion and defining an elongated slit between the second body and the hooked portion, at least a portion of the hooked portion being closer to the inner face of the first body than the inward-most surface of the shoulder when the looped component and the hooked component are pivoted towards each other;
wherein the hooked component comprises a gap between the free end of the hooked portion and the second body, the gap defining an open end of the elongated slit;
wherein the first body further comprises a slot disposed in a first recess;
wherein the second body further comprises a slot disposed in a second recess;
wherein the first recess is disposed on the outer face of the first body; and
wherein the second recess is disposed on the outer face of the second body.

US Pat. No. 9,884,218

RETRACTABLE JUMP ROPE

THE PROPHET CORPORATION, ...

1. A jump rope comprising:
an elongated flexible member extending from a first end to a second end;
a first storage chamber housing defining a first port through which the elongated flexible member extends so that the first
end of the elongated flexible member is secured within an interior of the first storage chamber housing, the first storage
chamber housing holding a first spool, a first retraction member, and a first hold member within the interior of the first
storage chamber housing, the first spool defining a rotational axis, the first retraction member being configured to automatically
wind at least a first portion of the elongated flexible member onto the first spool and the first hold member being configured
to selectively inhibit the automatic winding by the first retraction member;

a first handlebar extending outwardly from the first storage chamber housing, the first handlebar defining a longitudinal
axis that is transverse to the rotational axis of the first spool;

a second storage chamber housing defining a second port through which the elongated flexible member extends so that the second
end of the elongated flexible member is secured within an interior of the second storage chamber housing, the second storage
chamber housing holding a second spool, a second retraction member, and a second hold member within the interior of the second
storage chamber housing, the second spool defining a rotational axis, the second retraction member being configured to automatically
wind at least a second portion of the elongated flexible member onto the second spool and the second hold member being configured
to selectively inhibit the automatic winding by the second retraction member; and

a second handlebar extending outwardly from the second storage chamber housing, the second handlebar defining a longitudinal
axis that is transverse to the rotational axis of the second spool.

US Pat. No. 10,183,209

STORAGE DEVICE

THE PROPHET CORPORATION, ...

1. A storage device, comprising:at least one set of first and second tubular members;
wherein the second tubular member includes a series of keyholes, each keyhole having an enlarged opening on a first surface of the second tubular member and a channel on a second surface of the second tubular member;
a plurality of elastic cords;
wherein each elastic cord includes a loop on a first end and an enlarged body on a second end;
wherein the enlarged body includes a neck;
wherein the first end of each elastic cord is coupled to the first tubular member by a knot formed by the enlarged body positioned through the loop of the elastic cord, and wherein the second end of each elastic cord is coupled to the second tubular member by the enlarged body positioned in a keyhole of the second tubular member;
wherein the plurality of elastic cords form a penetrable barrier.

US Pat. No. 9,814,958

ADJUSTABLE BATTING TEE

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. An adjustable batting tee comprising:
a base with a lower support surface;
an outer tube extending from the base, wherein the outer tube includes:
a hollow core;
a first horizontal groove disposed along the hollow core at a first height from the base;
a second horizontal groove disposed along the hollow core at a second height from the base; and
at least one longitudinal groove running perpendicular to the first and second horizontal grooves;
an inner tube with a locking tip, wherein the inner tube is disposed at least partially within the hollow core of the outer
tube.

US Pat. No. 10,195,476

WEIGHT BAR AND LOCKING COLLAR

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A weight bar locking system comprising:a weight bar extending in an axial direction and having distal ends, the distal ends including grooves which are circumferentially located about each distal end;
two locking collars for selectively mounting to the distal ends of the weight bar, each locking collar including:
a main body including a plurality of linear pins which extend in a cross direction relative to the axis of the weight bar, the pins movable radially inwardly and outwardly relative to the axis; and
a rotatable collar member mounted exterior of the main body in the location of the pins and having an inner cam surface configured to move the pins radially inwardly into the grooves of each distal end of the weight bar; the rotatable collar member being movable between a locked position and an unlocked position,
(i) the locked position being when the pins are positioned by the inner cam surface of the rotatable collar member in the grooves of each distal end of the weight bar and are not movable radially outwardly, and
(ii) the unlocked position being when the pins are movable radially outwardly from the grooves permitting the locking collar to slide axially along the weight bar.

US Pat. No. 10,343,007

ATHLETIC TIRE TRAINING DEVICE AND METHODS

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. An athletic tire training device comprising:(a) a compressible body having a flat surfaced top, a flat surfaced base, a surrounding wall extending between the top and base, and an interior wall extending between the top and base;
(i) the surrounding wall having an exterior surface with a plurality of flat sides;
(ii) the interior wall surrounding an open interior volume;
wherein the body has a weight of at least 20 pounds.

US Pat. No. 10,959,528

ACTIVE SEAT WITH STORAGE

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. An active stool comprising:a base defining an interior cavity accessible through an open end of the base, the interior cavity extending along a majority of a height of the base, the base being configured to tilt along at least one rocking path; and
a cover removably mountable to the base to cover the open end, the cover defining a seat facing away from the interior cavity when the cover is mounted to the base.

US Pat. No. 10,958,089

WEARABLE DEVICE CHARGER

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A charging arrangement for recharging electronic wristband devices, the charging arrangement comprising:a plurality of electronic wristband devices each including a rechargeable power source having an electrical interface, each electronic wristband device having a display carried by a wristband having straps configured to hold the electronic wristband device to a wrist of a user so that the display faces outwardly from the wrist; and
a housing defining a plurality of charging stations extending in a row along a length of the housing, the housing being configured so that the row extends vertically, each charging station defining a groove in which to receive a respective one of the electronic wristband devices, each groove being recessed into the housing and being sized and shaped to receive a portion of the wristband at which the display is disposed and at least part of the straps of the wristband of the respective electronic wristband device within the groove, the housing defining a power port from which electrical circuitry extends to a power interface disposed within the recessed groove at each charging station, each power interface contacting the electrical interface of the respective electronic wristband device when the electronic device is received at the respective charging station.

US Pat. No. 10,517,399

ACTIVE SEATING

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A stool having a longitudinal axis extending between a top and bottom of the stool, the stool comprising:a seat member;
a first support member extending downwardly from the seat member to the bottom of the stool;
a second support member extending downwardly from the seat member to the bottom of the stool, the second support member being disposed at an opposite end of the seat member from the first support member; and
each support member having a downwardly-facing surface defining a convexly-curved rocking surface, a first rest surface extending outwardly from a first side of the rocking surface, and a second rest surface extending outwardly from an opposite second side of the rocking surface, each rocking surface defining no more than half of a length of the respective bottom surface.

US Pat. No. 11,058,220

DESK WITH SEATING

THE PROPHET CORPORATION, ...


1. A study seat comprising:a base having a bottom side facing in a first direction and an opposite top side facing in an opposite second direction, the base having a periphery extending between the bottom side and the top side, the bottom side being configured to engage a surface to support the study seat, the bottom side of the base including a convex surface defining a plurality of rocking paths along each of which the base is tiltable relative to the surface, the rocking paths being rotationally offset from each other;
a first frame section extending from the top side of the base in the second direction;
a seat coupled to the first frame section so that the seat is spaced from the base in the second direction;
a second frame section extending from the seat in the second direction; and
a desk coupled to the second frame section so that the desk is spaced from the seat in the second direction, the desk being offset from the base so that the desk extends outwardly beyond the periphery of the base, and the desk and the seat being fixed relative to each other once assembled.

US Pat. No. 11,045,005

STACKABLE ACTIVE SEAT

The Prophet Corporation, ...


1. An active seat extending along a central axis between a first end and a second end, the active seat comprising:a first end portion defining the first end, the first end portion defining a seat facing in a first direction, the seat having a first transverse cross-dimension, and the seat intersecting the central axis, the first end portion also defining oppositely facing first and second resting surfaces, each of the first and second resting surfaces being either flat or concave;
a second end portion defining the second end, wherein a convexly contoured surface is disposed at the second end portion and faces in a second direction opposite the first direction, the convexly contoured surface having a second transverse cross-dimension, and the convexly contoured surface intersecting the central axis, the second end portion also defining oppositely facing third and fourth resting surfaces, each of the third and fourth resting surfaces being either flat or concave; and
a connecting portion disposed along the central axis and extending between the first and second end portions, the connecting portion defining oppositely facing flat surfaces connected by oppositely facing side surfaces, the oppositely facing side surfaces being convexly contoured between the oppositely facing flat surfaces, wherein a first of the flat surfaces faces in a common direction with the first and third resting surfaces, the connecting portion having a third transverse cross-dimension that is less than the first transverse cross-dimension and is less than the second transverse cross-dimension.

US Pat. No. 11,027,165

ATHLETIC TIRE TRAINING DEVICE AND METHODS

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A method of using an athletic tire training device comprising:(a) grasping a compressible body weighing at least 20 pounds; the body having a flat surfaced top, a flat surfaced base having at least one handle, a flat surfaced base being handle-free, a surrounding wall extending between the top and base, and an interior wall extending between the top and base; the surrounding wall having a plurality of flat sides and at least one handle; the interior wall surrounding an open interior volume;
(b) moving the body to a position in which the handle-free base is facing upward and the flat surfaced top is facing downward; and
(c) jumping onto the handle-free base.

US Pat. No. 10,857,411

ATHLETIC TIRE TRAINING DEVICE AND METHODS

The Prophet Corporation, ...

1. A method of using an athletic tire training device comprising:(a) grasping a compressible body weighing at least 20 pounds; the body having a flat surfaced top, a flat surfaced base, a surrounding wall extending between the top and base, and an interior wall extending between the top and base; the interior wall surrounding an open interior volume; and
(b) moving the body from a position resting on either the top or base to a position resting on one of a plurality of flat sides that forms part of the surrounding wall.