Single Leg Squat Stand - 20 High -- Ironcompany (8524)
Ironcompany® Single Leg Squat Stand - Have you ever used a typical gym bench to rest your foot while performing a single leg squat? The typical complaint is that the rear foot is not comfortable on the bench, or that the bench is not stable. Now you can perform single leg exercises comfortably and safely with the Single Leg Squat Stand.
The Single Leg Squat Station is a versatile and durable piece of equipment that can be used for a variety of single leg exercises such as Single Leg Bench Squats, Single Leg Shoulder Press, and Feet Elevated Hip Thrusters. Use this leg developer for all single-leg exercises when working out your hamstrings, glutes, quads and lower back. The base of the Single Leg Squat Platform is conveniently notched out to allow for placement of a foam pad (sold separately) - your knees with appreciate this feature! This effective quad blaster and glute trainer is a great addition to any home gym, garage gym, high school weight room, or commercial gym.
- Sturdy design
- Diamond-plated platform
- Tubular top frame
- Vinyl-encased foam roller
- Base notched out to allow space for insertion of a foam pad (sold separately)
- Unit Dimensions: 32 L x 22 W x 20 H
- Unit Weight: 26 lbs.
The most popular single-leg exercise is the Single Leg Bench Squat, also called the Single Leg Knee Tap Squat or Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat. It's a very effective exercise for developing quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes. Single Leg Bench Squats promote better balance, flexibility, coordination and speed for running and other athletic activities. They work most major muscle groups in the lower body and encourage greater core strength. The lower body exercise can be done without weights or with dumbbells, a weight bar, or even a weighted vest. Simply place one foot behind you on top of the elevated roller pad, and the other leg extended in front of you on the ground, or using an aerobic step platform for greater squat depth. Slowly squat down, keeping your weight-bearing foot flat. Tap your knee lightly on the ground, or floor pad if you are using one, before reversing the motion upward. It is best to perform all repetitions on the same side before switching legs.
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