Collection: Commercial Rear Kick Machine

The Commercial Rear Kick Machine is a leg exercise machine made specifically to cater to those with back problems or those who are new to the gym, who may not be comfortable with using the more common leg press for their leg-related exercises. These machines are prestigiously made by only high-grade materials to qualify on every commercial gym’s standards.

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There are so many classifications and types of gym equipment made specifically to meet every athlete’s fitness level, targeted muscle groups for workouts, and various health conditions treatments that may hinder one’s ability to take on certain workouts. In the case of leg workouts, one might be most familiar with the leg press, the poster boy of all leg-related gym equipment. However, such an equipment may not be ideal for people with back conditions or for those who are just getting started on their leg workouts. For these people, it is likely a good idea to look into buying themselves a rear kick machine, which is made to be more foolproof than its other competitors in the market and made to be less difficult to utilize than the leg press, especially for those who have just started working out in the gym.

To use the rear kick machine, simply position your body in the middle of the chest cushion and the footplate, then press your chest upon the cushion and use your arms to grab a hold of the cushioned handle in front of the chest cushion. Do these while maintaining your leg’s position in a perpendicular way to the ground. After that, anchor one of your feet onto the footplate. It is strongly advised to keep the foot perpendicular to the footplate so as to maximize benefits and minimize risks of injury. While keeping your other leg straight, push the raised leg opposed to the footplate, while raising the footplate in the process. Make sure that you do this in a slow manner, and do not pop the leg straight, as this can risk injuries as you return to your initial position. Do this for a number of reps and sets that you feel you have the capability of performing.