The Single Leg Seated Leg Curl is a great iso-lateral exercise that allows you train your hamstrings independently from one another. I also like to use this as an activation exercise before I hit my hamstrings with other compound exercises.
Watch the SINGLE LEG SEATED LEG CURL: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform SINGLE LEG SEATED LEG CURL:
1. Sit down at a seated leg curl machine with your back flat against the pad while extending and placing one of your legs on top of the padded lever so the pad is just below your calf muscles, with the lap pad secured over top of your thighs.
2. Once you’re positioned properly, grab the handles with your hands, maintain an upright torso, and initiate the movement by contracting your hamstrings and curling the weight by bending your knee.
3. Curl the weight back to the end of your range of motion, feel the contraction, then under control, slowly reverse the movement.
4. Repeat the reps on one leg, then switch sides and repeat.
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