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Dave S

Hi,
I have a question about the leg curl.I have a leg curl attachment on my adjustable bench.Its just a basic leg curl.I also have an old nautilus compound leg.Ive tried to do one leg leg curls by standing with my back to the leg press part and holding on to the top brace useing the leg extention.It does work,its take some getting used to.I was wondering what way would be better so to speak.

Also if useing the compound leg would it be better to do the one leg,leg curls on the leg extention,the leg extention normal style with both legs then with no rest the leg press.I was thinking I could add a back raise on a roman chair.This sould be more than enough for my lower body.What does everyone think about either version of the leg curl? Thanks Dave
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