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One of the most common injuries in sports that require sprinting, quick changes of directions, accelerations and decelerations are hamstring strains. The most affected muscle of the three posterior thigh muscles is the bicep femoris. The bicep femoris runs from the ischial tuberosity to the proximal part of the fibula. 

The bicep femoris long head is involved in approximately 80% of all hamstring injuries and the injury reoccurs almost 30% of the time. It is well known that a good predictor of re-injury of the hamstring is lack of strength and muscular endurance both which positively correlate with athletic performance. This makes the rehabilitative process directly in line with what takes place with one’s activity. Ensuring you have a strength component in your training regime should never be overlooked or neglected.

Pendulum Leg Curl

The Pendulum Leg Curl

The Pendulum Leg Curl is unlike any hamstring leg curl machine on the market. When you lie prone to exercise and flex your lower leg you feel a contraction in the center of all three muscle bellies. This is something that does not occur on other devices, and you immediately know you will be Getting the targeted musculature Strong. The Pendulum Leg Curl combined with athletic fitness and skill is the ultimate way of increasing performance, safety and an injury from reoccurring.



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