Inverted Leg press Machine
The inverted leg press machine. While it’s not as common as the angled leg press or hack squat machine, there are several advantages for choosing the inverted leg press machine to strengthen and define the muscles of your lower body.
The inverted leg press allows for stance variations to target specific muscle groups more intensely. A narrow stance requires strong use of the quadriceps while a wider stance will put more emphasis on the inner thigh muscles.
The Inverted leg presses have the potential to also strongly work the gluteal muscles. There is significantly more leg and hip flexion on the vertical leg press machine versus a standard squat.
According to a study published in the “Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research,” the greater the depth, or flexion, of a squat, the greater the activation of the glutes.
One of the most important advantages of a Inverted leg press machine is the support your back receives throughout the exercise This makes it ideal for someone who is recovering from an injury or who suffers from back problems.
As is the case of most exercise machines, a inverted leg press machine is advantageous in the sense that it can be used without a spotter. This allows you the freedom to work out alone at home or avoid having to ask someone to help you out at the gym.
Use the inverted leg press machine to lift as heavy as you want and still be able to re-rack the weight yourself.
- Helps develop leg and lower body strength
- Safety lock out for added safety
- Additional weight plate storage is available on machine
- 2″ x 3″ Gauge steel construction
- Large non-skid foot plate
- 40 oz. seamless upholstery, bacteria free
- Safety lock out
- Weight plate storage
- Custom rubber grips
- Durable powder coat finish
- 80″ L x 68″ W x 64″ H
- 500 lbs
- Made in the USA
Their are a few Alternatives to The pro Maxima.