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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 knee. 

The hamstrings development, mechanism of strain, prevention of injury, methods of rehabilitation are all heavily studied in the  current research. The hamstring muscles are essential in movement, sprinting and sport athleticism and regrettably one of the most common injured areas. Sport teams recognize this and include strength training exercises targeting the area to enhance performance and decrease the risk of injury. 

To address weight room space and make sure each athlete has an opportunity to maximal train this important part of the anatomy, Rogers Athletic developed the Pendulum Standing Leg Curl as an attachment to selectorized Power Stacks and High-Low Pulley Systems.

The Pendulum Standing Leg Curl is mobile, has wheels and is easily moved from machine to machine. Being an attachment the Standing Leg Curl is a space saver and multiple Standing Leg Curl attachments can be placed in a weight room or kept  in storage until needed. 

What makes the machine more valuable is that it was designed with a strength curve that targets the center of the hamstring, becoming an extremely valuable and effective tool for the athlete who needs to Get Strong. 

Rack Attachment

Standing Mobile Leg Curl Attachment 


Belt Squat Attachment

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Grand Valley State University

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Elbow Extension 

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