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Form That Can’t Be Taught

A man squatting using pendulum equipment

In discussing deep squatting compared to half and quarter squats the literature advises technique be acquired with expert supervision for it to be an effective training tool. When this occurs the risk of degenerative changes due to an increased motion and possible deterioration due to mechanical influences is unfounded.

The Pendulum Squat Pro requires little supervision, has range limiters and assures the athlete is using a technique based upon his or her limb lengths and body biomechanics that with a barbell even the most expert coach could not acquire. With the floating shoulder yoke the athlete can apply maximum musculature force at any depth not needing to worry about joint discomfort or adjusting form.

You Get the Most out of a Squat when you Squat like a Pro

Train on the Pendulum Squat Pro



The bench press is performed in multiple ways; a variety of grip widths, feet up, feet on the floor, different speeds of movement, variable ranges of motion, various percentages of 1RM and more. All affect muscle activation during the pressing...

All Five Fingers

Using a Power Grip on the Pendulum Rope Pull The hand has its greatest gripping strength when utilizing a ‘power grip’, that is squeezing with all five fingers. When the thumb is negated, grip strength has the second greatest capability...

Hip Engagement 

There are an abundance of techniques utilized and taught to target the hips when squatting. Ankle, hip and thoracic mobility, posture, quad dominance, bar weight, bar height, stance and form adjustments are just a few of the things coaches address....