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Legend Fitness

Legend Fitness is an international fitness equipment manufacturer based in East Tennessee. The folks here are more likely to speak of pickup trucks than private jets and for decades we have brought the Southern sense of value and hard work to the strength and fitness equipment world.

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  1. Reverse Back Extension/GHD Combo

    Reverse Back Extension/GHD Combo

    At the center of athletic performance training is the importance of a strong posterior chain: low back, glutes, hamstrings and calves. This is where the athlete’s acceleration and speed is born. Glute/ham raises are a very effective form of way of training this muscle group, placing an emphasis on the hamstrings, but the Reverse Back Extension places more of the emphasis on the lower back, a common problem area for athletes and non-athletes alike. Our Reverse Back Extension machine provides strength training in the concentric (lifting) phase and stretching in the eccentric (return) phase, blurring the line between power training and therapy, making the Reverse Back Extension a machine with a rehabilitation component, as well as an athletic training component. But what if we combined the Reverse Back Extension machine with a Glute/Ham Developer? That’s what we did, and just like that, a new, all-in-one posterior chain developer was born. Meet the Reverse Back Extension/GHD Combo. Our standard 976 Reverse Back Extension was modified to accommodate a diamondplate footplate that easily and quickly adjusts for length thanks to quality pop pins and chrome plated adjustment surfaces. The handles move out of the way with a single pop pin adjustment, and the relocated step makes it easy to mount or dismount the machine in either direction. The rest of the high points of the Reverse Back Extension are still present: 200-pound weight stack in 10-pound increments. Tough but smooth pillow block bearings. PowerMax pulleys. Aviation-grade cables. Constant tension on the swing arm prevents a swinging motion from occurring and requires as much effort on the last rep as on the first while also providing an essential stretch for the lower back.
  2. Leg Press

    Leg Press

    This kind of performance always ends up at the head of the class. Nothing like a few reps to put things into perspective. There's plenty of machine right here. An innovative design, thick padding, compact footprint and an uncompromising commitment to detail make results a given. Your hamstrings will be begging for mercy because the Leg Curl puts the emphasis where it's supposed to be.
  3. Total Hip Combo

    Total Hip Combo

    Sum it all up in its name, "Total Hip." All areas of the upper leg can be targeted with the Total Hip machine. Even the glutes can be worked. The revolving roller pad is adjustable for varying leg lengths, plus the starting position has nine different settings over a 240-degree range. An aluminum checker footplate provides sure footing, and the 16" long rubber hand grips give a firm support as you push to the next level. You'll be amazed how those stubborn areas respond once you discover the versatility of the Total Hip. Chrome plated cam plate.
  4. Glute Press

    Glute Press

    Pssst . . . Here's a secret recipe for leg training that gets more results and benefits than ever before: Start with a natural seated position that is biomechanically correct and yet uncompromising. Mix in linear bearings, a sleek design and an adjustable back pad. Blend with a movement that seems effortless. Beat thoroughly with three sets of ten reps. Wait a short time and WOW! Just tell them that you're blessed with good genes.
  5. Inner Thigh

    Inner Thigh

    Tell your inner thighs to be prepared. This obstinate area ignores most attempts at exercise. But no more! Immediately you can feel a difference. It all starts from a non-intimidating upright seated position. Dense and comfortable pads keep your focus where it's supposed to be. An adjustable starting position lets you get the best possible movement. Dual foot pegs accommodate short or tall users. Perfectly positioned rubber grips enable you to hold on as you train like there's no tomorrow.
  6. Outer Thigh

    Outer Thigh

    First off, it's engineered to fit. Beyond that, we can't help if it captures your eye. The Outer Thigh is designed to match the body's motion for an unrivaled smooth feel and offers several exclusive features for enhanced comfort, ease of use and appeal. Thick padding and dual foot pegs provide leg support and reduce knee torque. Adjustable starting positions compensate for limited user flexibility. The elevated weight stack is easily accessible from the seated position. Don't let the simplicity fool you, the Outer Thigh isolates, strengthens and firms the outer thighs. Case closed.
  7. Seated Leg Curl

    Seated Leg Curl

    If you do only one thing, then do it superbly. And the Seated Leg Curl does. Isolate and train the hamstrings like never before thanks to the unique exercise position. The thigh roller pad keeps you stabilized as you perform a full-range movement . . . set after set . . . workout after workout. Performance, quality and durability make the Seated Leg Curl an obvious choice.
  8. Standing Leg Curl

    Standing Leg Curl

    Looking for that hard-to-find standing leg curl? Look no further. And not only is this piece a find, its also been improved. We've dialed in the cam to strengthen the core of you hamstrings to the limit!
  9. Low Back

    Low Back

    This is a favorite of rehab facilities and people requiring additional lower back strength. An adjustable aluminum checker footplate allows the user to attain proper pivot alignment, which encourages correct lumbar erector extension. A seat belt is provided for additional stability, and the 300-lb. steel weight stack gives you more than enough resistance. Add it all together and find out why this is one of the easiest muscle groups to work. You'll love the way your low back responds.
  10. Chest Press

    Chest Press

    Every now and then you use a piece of equipment that grabs your attention. The Chest Press is one of those. The unique 70-degree training angle is the secret. Your mid- and upper-chest muscles will take notice and appreciate the difference. Barbell and neutral handgrip positions give you exercise variety and are ergonomically angled. The foot-assist pre-stretch lever arm allows for easy starting and ending exercise positions. Feature after feature elevate the Chest Press above the ordinary and provide both ease-of-use and greater functionality than ever before.

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