Bells Of Steel 2-In-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine ISO-LPHSQ-MA
Train your legs like a pro with the 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine!
Unlocks leg presses, hack squats, and calf raises, with an isolateral function for single-leg training. Known affectionally by the B.o.S. Team as “The Juggernaut”.
FEATURES • 2-in-1 machine • Single-leg function • 108″ x 45.5″ footprint • 1,500lb capacity • 604lb weight • Black powder coat • 22.5″ weight horns • Resistance band pegs • Weight plate storage • Ships unassembled
Benefits of the 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine
2-IN-1 LEG TRAINING:
- With this 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine, you can build your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves without the back strain of squats. It’s true; we’re not the first to create a leg press-hack squat combo, but to include an isolateral feature as well? That’s some next-level innovation. This strength training machine is clearly made for leg presses and hack squats, but that’s just the start. Calf raises using the leg press footplate and forward thrusts by facing the pad on your hack squats are also possible. Best of all, the isolateral (single-leg) feature helps you work around injuries and correct imbalances 🛠
COMMERCIAL GYM QUALITY:
- This 2-in-1 leg press hack squat also makes the list. It features two large 17.5″ x 14.25″ leg press footplates and an oversized 37.5″ x 24.5″ hack squat platform with diamond-tread texture, so you can place your feet down low, up high, narrow, or wide to target your quads, hamstrings, or glutes. With the 59 inches of available sled travel, most lifters will hit full-depth squats and leg presses. And instead of using cheap rollers on a track system, this machine uses linear ball bearings on all four steel guide rods for a rock-solid, ultra-smooth glide.
FAST EXERCISES CHANGES:
- Lever arms can closely simulate machines, but their main downfall is the few minutes of adjusting them between exercises. However, this 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine can be switched in about 30 seconds. For hack squats: flip down the leg press footplates, place the interchangeable back pad on the now-flipped-down footplates, and adjust the hack squat platform to your desired position. For leg presses: switch the back pad to the hack squat platform, select your desired back pad angle, then flip up the leg press footplates and lock them in place.
|Bells Of Steel
|Single Footplate Starting Weight
|Dual Footplates Starting Weight
|Hack Squat Platform Length
|Hack Squat Platform Width
|Single Leg Press Footplate Width
|Single Leg Press Footplate Length
|Dual Leg Press Footplates Width
|Dual Leg Press Footplates Length
|Loadable Weight Horn Length
|Loadable Plate Peg Length
|Bearings or Rollers
|Linear Ball Bearings
|Black Powder Coat
|Sled Weight Capacity
|1 Year on Pads
|3 Years on Moving Parts
|Limited Lifetime on Frame
IMPORTANT: Assembling the 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine is challenging due to the weight and size of the boxes and components. Having a friend to help is strongly recommended.
Massive 1,500 Capacity - Unleash your strength and redefine leg day with the Bells Of Steel 2-In-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine—built to handle up to 1,500 lbs for unparalleled leg training versatility and power
Fits ALL Sizes - The 2-in-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine is highly adjustable to accommodate lifters of many sizes. The leg press footplate and hack squat platform have three pop-pin adjustable settings, so you can find the most comfortable angle for your build and mobility. There are also four racking positions for improved starting positions whether you’re shorter, average, or taller in height.
Convenient Plate Storage - Crush your leg workouts and save tons of space with the Bells Of Steel 2-In-1 Iso Leg Press & Hack Squat Machine—designed with convenient plate storage for efficient organization and maximum gains.
Easy Assembly - This unit is designed and engineered for quick and stress-free assembly, so you can dive straight into your workout without the fuss and allow you to focus on gains, not assembly pains.