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8.21.2018

What A Squat Really Feels Like

The Pendulum Squat Pro has variable weight loading sites to alter the strength curve. When you top load the Squat Pro you make the squat heavier in the low position. This is where many struggle and need to be stronger to maintain form. When you bottom load the Squat Pro it makes the exercise easier in the low position but more difficult on the way to full extension. By cross-loading the machine the exact same strength curve as a barbell squat is achieved. 

The floating yoke of the Pendulum Machine allows the athlete to always maintain exceptional form during the movement. Range limiters on the side of the machine allow the user to modify the range of motion which is especially useful for rehabilitation, addressing coaching issues that an athlete may have and problems associated with ageing. 

A woman working out with the Power Squat Pro
Power Squat Pro
Power Squat Pro
Power Squat Pro

Squat like a Pro on the Pendulum Squat Pro to Get Strong

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