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Improving The Squat

When you squat you have simultaneous flexion-extension of the hips, knees and ankles. The back muscles stabilize the upper torso which enhances the activation of the glutes, thighs and lower back. Squatting techniques are endless and coaches and athletes use bar placement, foot placement, foot angle, stance width, depth and more to isolate areas and improve performance.

When the Pendulum Power Squat Pro was made the necessity for trainees to isolate the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, adductor longus, longissimus and iliocostalis, as well as other groups, actually became less important. The advent of the floating yoke took away much of the coaching needs as the machine maximizes the musculature involved in the movement eliminating the adjustments when utilizing a bar.

Pendulum Power Squat Pro

Pendulum Power Squat Pro

The Squat Pro is a game changer for anyone who loves the squatting movement. Yet, there are many athletes, especially those that compete in weightlifting or those that are heavily concerned with the use of a barbell in squatting, are quickly attracted to the Pendulum Power Squat Pro XT. The Squat Pro XT was created to respond to those lifters that wanted a truly extreme squatting experience. 

Pendulum Power Squat Pro XT

Pendulum Power Squat Pro XT


A Pulling Machine

A tremendously popular exercise to train the latissimus dorsi and associated muscles is the pulldown movement. Coaches, athletes, trainers and gym enthusiasts all use a variety of grips to target areas of the back that they want or need to...

Manual Training Has Rules

In 1979 Manual Resistance was introduced at the National  Strength and Conditioning Convention. Weight training’s ability to enhance athletic performance had become accepted and coaches were beginning to be hired by major sports programs. Facilities everywhere were extremely limited or...

Powerful Hands

The hand is a complex anatomical system. This appendage is composed of twenty seven bones and fifteen joints. Having 30 degrees of rotational and translational freedom it’s able to grasp and apply force to objects of multivarious shapes and sizes....