This Combination of the Hack Squat and Leg Press really is impressive for pure quad leg development. The design offers both a back-supported, 45-degree hack squat which can quickly and easily be changed into a 45-degree leg press. The machine benefits from premium shoulder pads for hack squats along with a full back/seat pads for comfort and support with leg presses.This dual Leg Press Hack Squat, design technology provides many benefits in terms of both ergonomics and durability.
- Padded Fixed dual shoulder braces, back pad, and head rest
- Several settings on both back rests
- Convenient safety locks engage quickly
- Less stress on back while doing hack squat & leg press
- High-density cushions for added firm comfortable support
- Durable skid resistant rubber feet are permanently secured to protect floors
- Foot Plate : 425 x 520 mm
- Set Up Dimensions : L 2300 x W 1640 x H 1450
- Assembled weight : 249 Kg Machine Only
- Packed in Wooden Crate
Seated Calf Raise
Build strong, powerful calves with the brand new Trojan Commercial Grade seated calf raise ,designed with height adjustable swivel thigh pads, dual Olympic weight posts and a wide, textured, non-slip foot brace bar. Building strength or size in the soleus muscle, as opposed to the gastrocnemius which is preferentially trained when the leg is straight, it delivers more strength, more power and more performance than any other machine in its class, helps you build powerful and well defined calve muscles with smooth, friction-free movement.
Set Up Dimensions: L 1460* W 600* H 1015mm
- Isolate the Soleus. There are two main calf muscles: the SOLEUS and the GASTROCNMIU. The soleus is smaller, but nonetheless, makes a significant contribution to the size and shape of muscularly developed calves. When your knees are bent during seated calf raise exercise, your gastrocnemius is deactivated; thereby giving full attention to the soleus.
- Treat & Prevent Shin Splints. Do you ever get painful shin splints? Both seated as well as standing calf raises strengthen the calf, which is important for preventing shin splints. Note that calf raises alone are not an be-all-end-all solution for shin pains. The addition of exercises such as toe raises, heel walking and resisted dorsiflexion are also necessary for a well-rounded treatment or prevention strategy.
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