Body Solid GSCL360 Leverage Squat Calf Machine

December 27, 2015 - Comment

Body Solid Leverage Squat & Calf Raise. Ask any fitness professional what exercise is the best for developing explosive lower body power and the answer is always the same, the Squat. The Squat is the ultimate exercise for building mass and strength in the thighs, glutes, calves, and lower back. This Leverage Squat Calf Raise

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Body Solid Leverage Squat & Calf Raise. Ask any fitness professional what exercise is the best for developing explosive lower body power and the answer is always the same, the Squat. The Squat is the ultimate exercise for building mass and strength in the thighs, glutes, calves, and lower back. This Leverage Squat Calf Raise Machine is engineered to eliminate the risks of this essential exercise while enhancing the benefits and increasing the effectiveness. Go heavy. Perform squats with 300, 500, 800 pounds and more. The Leverage Squat Machine is the strongest machine in its class and can handle the heaviest loads with ease. This machine is built for those who want it all, power, mass, and performance.

A spring-loaded lockout handle is positioned within easy reach for maximum user safety. Nearly every fitness professional will tell you that squat exercises are the best way to develop lower body strength and muscle definition in the thighs, gluteals, calves, and lower back. This machine is engineered to challenge the user’s primary muscle groups while ensuring safety at all times. You can perform squats with up to 800 pounds of resistance, and the machine will handle the heaviest possible load with stable durability.

A heavy-gauge diamond plate foot platform is set to an ideal 20-degree pitch for optimal development of the quadriceps and glutes. The innovative calf raise block is round instead of square, eliminating the painful edge while providing a deep pre-stretch for maximum calf-developing workouts.

The unit measures 43-by-56-by-62 inches (W x H x D) when fully assembled.

Features
Heavy-duty mainframe constructed of extra-large three-by-three-inch (W x D) 12-gauge steel with four-sided welding Exclusive DuraFirm shoulder and back pads are specifically contoured to conform to shoulders Spring-loaded lockout handle positioned within reach for user safety

Lifetime Warranty
Body-Solid gym equipment includes a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

About Body-Solid
Body-Solid, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality fitness equipment for the home and commercial markets. With over 20 years of experience, Body-Solid offers one of the widest arrays of products in the industry, including multi-station gyms, free weight machines, a complete line of cardiovascular products, weight plates, kettle bells, dumbbells, and fitness accessories.

Product Features

  • Exclusive durafirm shoulder and back pads are specifically contoured to conform to shoulders
  • Heavy-gauge diamond plate foot platform is set to an ideal of 20-degree pitch
  • Mainframe constructed of extra-large 3 x 3-Inch (width x depth)
  • Measures 43 x 56 x 62-Inch (width x height x depth), 12-gauge steel with four-sided welding
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty

Comments

Brian says:

awesome Years ago back in the late 80’s early 90’s competed in bodybuilding and now at age 38 working on getting back in that shape or better. One of my strongest parts was legs and did many squats to get my legs where they used to be. But over the years I kind of slacked off due to lower back pain due to straight bar squats not to mention it took 8 sets to feel much of anything. With being 6′ tall it is hard to really isolate and get that perfect burn in the legs. I can honestly say that since I got…

*Hobby* says:

Good Machine but Somewhat Limited I bought this squat machine with the intent of getting some serious leg and buttock exercise while taking it easy on my knees which had gotten more painful in recent years. For that goal, I am pleased with the machine. It’s reasonably sturdy and has enough weight capacity for a decent workout. That said, it does have some shortcomings and nuisance issues that decrease its potential value. While I find the angled platform great for reducing knee stress, it’s a little too narrow in my opinion and…

M. Emerson says:

Build some legs I haven’t had this long, enough for just a couple leg workouts and about 6 calf workouts, but I think I have enough experience with it to share my thoughts.The first thing I noticed is that it takes a little getting used to. With plates on it there is a little work just to get under the pads and the feet into the proper spot on the angled foot plate. I’m not that tall (5’11”) but I still have to squat way down to get into position but its not that terrible. I suppose if your very…

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