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Pendulum Standing Leg Curl

The Pendulum Standing Leg Curl is adjustable, it’s on wheels and is easy to move with little effort. It can be connected in seconds to any weight stack with a low pulley in your facility. It also has a strength curve that matches the function of the biarticular hamstring muscle.

Leg Curl Machines Waiting to be Rolled Up to a Weight Stack

The Pendulum Standing Leg Curl was built so muscle activation was centrally located on the hamstring. The machine allows the athlete the ability to freely adjust his or her body position giving the capability to target specific areas of the musculature. If the athlete slightly inwardly rotates the lower leg while training the semitendinosus and semimembranosus are most affected. If the trainee slightly externally rotates the lower leg the bicep femoris becomes the target.

Get the hamstrings Strong by bringing the leg curl to wherever you are training.

Hook up the Mobile Leg Curl to a any Low Pulley

A Great Way to Save Space, Time and Get Strong


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