Elevate any gym space with our collection of hamstring curl machines, designed by some of the best manufacturers to provide the best training equipment to suit your commercial space or home gym. Our versatile selection of leg strength machines offers diverse training options for all your lower body-building goals, with both sitting and lying leg curl machines that help you target all muscle groups in the upper legs - perfect for establishments that want to offer a fuss-free, all-in-one training experience.
Housing machines from top-quality brands such as Technogym, Nautilus and Life Fitness, our collection makes enhancing your gym space a walk in the park. Each of our machines is designed to provide the best performance regardless of the user's gym prowess, so you can be assured that your clients are getting the best out of their workout every time.
Unlike their name suggests, hamstring leg curls don’t just work your hamstrings; they also target several other muscles in your legs. The full range of motion you make when doing a hamstring curl on a seated or lying hamstring curl machine also activates your calf muscles, glutes, thighs and shins, making it a great exercise for those wanting to increase their overall leg strength.
Although leg curls target more than just your hamstrings as you execute the full range of motion, most of the muscles worked are located in the back of your legs. Whereas with the leg extension machine, you’re predominantly working the muscles in the front of the legs, specifically the quads.
A leg curl is an exercise that targets the hamstrings, calf muscles, glutes and quads. With the use of one of our leg curl machines for sale, you’re able to complete isolated movements in a variety of positions. Here at Fitkit UK, we provide seated, lie down and standing leg curl machines, allowing you to complete your workout in whichever way you find comfortable. No matter your preferred method, there’ll be handlebars that you can grip and keep yourself in the right position. Your thighs and torso should fit snug between the pads, with just enough room to carry out the curl motion. To complete the exercise properly, slowly push your legs as far as they’ll go without lifting your body away from the machine. Once in an outright position, hold for one second and then gradually lower your legs back to your starting position. The leg curl machines we provide allow you to do leg curls safely.