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Neutral, Internal, External

The hamstring is a biarticular muscle that crosses two joints.  It is composed of three muscles: the semimembranosus, semitendinosus and biceps femoris. The Pendulum Leg Curl was built to target all three parts and has a strength curve that has been designed to match the biomechanical capabilities of the knee flexors.

An advantage in training and rehabilitation utilizing the prone leg curl is the ability to target specific areas of the hamstring musculature.  By internally rotating the feet during the movement there is an increase in the activity of the medial hamstring.  By externally rotating the foot the activity in the medial hamstring is decreased and the activity of the lateral hamstring increased.

Pendulum Workout
Pendulum Prone Leg Curl with Feet in a Neutral Position


2024 National Conference 

The 2024 CSCCa National Conference will be held in Fort Worth, TX, May 6-8th.  A great speaker itinerary and a great opportunity to experience Pendulum Strength Training Equipment. See you there! Getting Strong at the CSCCa

Belt Squat Attachment

Expanding your workout capabilities by adding attachments to racks in many facilities is key to athletic development. If you want to add belt squats, weighted chins, weighted dips, pulling movements, calf raises and more roll the Pit Shark attachment in...

Rack Attachments

The hamstrings are a group of muscles located on the back of the thigh: the bicep femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus. This muscle group functions to extend the hip, flex the lower leg and rotate the leg at the hip and...