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Seated Calf Raise

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SKU: ONEUP-3093
US $650.00
US $400.00
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Delivery date: 6-8 weeks
BRAND: ONEUP
Availability: 20 in stock

Hammer Strength Plate-Loaded Seated Calf Raise For Sale

The Plate-Loaded Seated Calf Raise is designed to train the soleus muscle motions. It also has an adjustable thigh paid restraint to accommodate various exercises.

A combination of user-friendly ergonomic design and advanced biomechanical engineering, the Seated Calf Raise ONEUP-3093 was created to increase calf muscle interaction and speed the rate of development.

This is achieved by the use of a unique foot platform design that eliminates stress compression on the ball of the foot while providing maximum range of motion for deep muscle fiber penetration.

The calf muscles act to stabilize your ankles and feet. When your calves are strong, they are better able to provide this service and can help prevent rolling or excessive pronation or supination -- in which your foot turns inward or outward, respectively.

Runners, walkers and those who play team sports benefit from strong lower leg muscles that keep the mechanics of the lower leg in line. Your calves work to lift the heel when you run, walk and jump. The gastrocnemius muscle, in particular, is involved in generating power during these activities. Basketball and vol

Hammer Strength Plate-Loaded Seated Calf Raise For Sale

The Plate-Loaded Seated Calf Raise is designed to train the soleus muscle motions. It also has an adjustable thigh paid restraint to accommodate various exercises.

A combination of user-friendly ergonomic design and advanced biomechanical engineering, the Seated Calf Raise ONEUP-3093 was created to increase calf muscle interaction and speed the rate of development.

This is achieved by the use of a unique foot platform design that eliminates stress compression on the ball of the foot while providing maximum range of motion for deep muscle fiber penetration.

The calf muscles act to stabilize your ankles and feet. When your calves are strong, they are better able to provide this service and can help prevent rolling or excessive pronation or supination -- in which your foot turns inward or outward, respectively.

Runners, walkers and those who play team sports benefit from strong lower leg muscles that keep the mechanics of the lower leg in line. Your calves work to lift the heel when you run, walk and jump. The gastrocnemius muscle, in particular, is involved in generating power during these activities. Basketball and vol