#212 / LEG PRESS


I must say I am most impressed with the Leg Press! Initially when compared with the bulk of other Leg Press devices, it appears almost too compact. But the eccentric overload is unbelievable! Essentially, with a motivated trainer, every repetition can be maximal.

- Peter Reed, Australia (Managing Director Australian Sports/Medical Industries Pty Ltd)

The closed chain nHANCE™ Leg Press meets the needs of producing high force and power in the deep squatting position typical of e.g., hockey skating or alpine skiing.

Astronauts, preparing for space Shuttle flights, top athletes, physical therapists, keen on optimizing knee rehab programs, and coaches including e.g., basketball legend Ivan Duncan, seeking to substitute the barbell squat in players +7 ft tall – were instrumental in designing the nHANCE™ Leg Press.
Proven to be a viable and important rehab tool, one study reporting on the efficacy of 6 week nHANCE™ Leg Press training to treat athletes with chronic patellar tendinopathy, showed improved eccentric muscle function and reduced pain.

The Leg Press is furnished complete with 2 pcs flywheel (Inertia .05) and user’s manual.

Weight: ~53 kg (incl. packaging for shipping)
?H/W/L: ~1.16 m/ ~0.62 m/~1.10 m
Frame construction: Powder coated steel; aluminum details
Seat and back support: Reflex blue high quality lace
Resistance mechanism: ø 0.37 m aluminum flywheel(s)
Resistance: Variable, unlimited
Transmission: Ball bearings, acetal hubs and pulley
Flywheel strap: Special fitting dense polymer
Power supply: None

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