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Landau

Florida, USA

The Latest Acquisition - A Machine I believe is the most valuable I have seen for its particular function.
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Landau

Florida, USA

Variable Action Grid
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DNAHelix

New York, USA

Landau wrote:
The Latest Acquisition - A Machine I believe is the most valuable I have seen for its particular function.


Prone leg curl. What is so valuable about this particular machine?

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Landau

Florida, USA

kulitsa wrote:
Landau wrote:
The Latest Acquisition - A Machine I believe is the most valuable I have seen for its particular function.

Prone leg curl. What is so valuable about this particular machine?



"Prone leg curl" - and? (as if the contributors here didn't know) Variable Action Grid
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Looks cool! Wonder how it works?
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southbeach

Ok, Dave, I'll bite..

How does a Variable Action Grid work?

Who makes this piece?
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Landau

Florida, USA

I have to work on applying this Machine to different individuals - the settings are very precision and somewhat complex. However for Leg Flexion Strengthening, it won't get any better than this piece of wizardry. I plan to dig up more of these Teslas over time.
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

Note to Self: Time to do your annual set of leg curls.

Thanks for the reminder!
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southbeach

simon-hecubus wrote:
Note to Self: Time to do your annual set of leg curls.

Thanks for the reminder!


LOL, i take it your not big on the essentials of leg curls?

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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

simon-hecubus wrote:
Note to Self: Time to do your annual set of leg curls.

Thanks for the reminder!


southbeach wrote:
LOL, i take it your not big on the essentials of leg curls?


I like the hammy work I get from DLs and full ROM leg presses or squats.

I know my ham development hasn't suffered at all since dropping LCs from my workouts about 3-4 yrs ago.

Is there a functional issue you believe I may suffer from not doing them?

Regards,
Scott
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FortCollinsFan

Lordex by Landau
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southbeach

simon-hecubus wrote:
simon-hecubus wrote:
Note to Self: Time to do your annual set of leg curls.

Thanks for the reminder!


southbeach wrote:
LOL, i take it your not big on the essentials of leg curls?

I like the hammy work I get from DLs and full ROM leg presses or squats.

I know my ham development hasn't suffered at all since dropping LCs from my workouts about 3-4 yrs ago.

Is there a functional issue you believe I may suffer from not doing them?

Regards,
Scott


You are not training thru the FROM, so how can you expect full development of the hammies?
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Landau

Florida, USA

Folks: I am just pointing out that I acquired a particular valuable tool for me and my trainees. How you "train" your "hamstrings" is no concern of mine. I am just showing the Machine to the posters here. I believe its a Valuable Tool for the said area and the best of its type for the flexors of the leg. I will make no other bold claims, other than it's a Great Machine for my use. This is a Machine you will unlikely find or even buy.
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southbeach

Landau wrote:
Folks: I am just pointing out that I acquired a particular valuable tool for me and my trainees. How you "train" your "hamstrings" is no concern of mine. I am just showing the Machine to the posters here. I believe its a Valuable Tool for the said area and the best of its type for the flexors of the leg. I will make no other bold claims, other than it's a Great Machine for my use. This is a Machine you will unlikely find or even buy.


Dave, it looks fascinating. Can you give a bit more info ..how it works; where you got it; who manufacturers it etc?

Thanks.
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Thing of beauty David, congrats.

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Andrew
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db144

Landau why did you purchase that machine and not a RenEx machine?

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Landau

Florida, USA

db144 wrote:
Landau why did you purchase that machine and not a RenEx machine?

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Many reasons - The Cost, The Variable Protocol Applications Available, The Unique Engineering, and My direction in Exercise to name a few. I always look for something different for a reason. This Machine does an excellent job of loading the leg flexors. This is the type of exercise machine I have been looking for a while. It is a Huge Upgrade on what I had before. With this tool, I can address the different situations I come in contact with. To have a much better take on your question, this must be observed, discussed, and seen in person - anyone is invited anytime.

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db144

Okay, thanks David

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DNAHelix

New York, USA

Landau wrote:
kulitsa wrote:
Landau wrote:
The Latest Acquisition - A Machine I believe is the most valuable I have seen for its particular function.

Prone leg curl. What is so valuable about this particular machine?



"Prone leg curl" - and? (as if the contributors here didn't know) Variable Action Grid


Thank you... you could have said it without sarcasm though, but then again you would not be you if you did not try putting someone down to make yourself feel better.

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DNAHelix

New York, USA

simon-hecubus wrote:
I know my ham development hasn't suffered at all since dropping LCs from my workouts about 3-4 yrs ago.
Regards,
Scott


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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Landau wrote:
db144 wrote:
Landau why did you purchase that machine and not a RenEx machine?

d

Many reasons - The Cost, The Variable Protocol Applications Available, The Unique Engineering, and My direction in Exercise to name a few. I always look for something different for a reason. This Machine does an excellent job of loading the leg flexors. This is the type of exercise machine I have been looking for a while. It is a Huge Upgrade on what I had before. With this tool, I can address the different situations I come in contact with. To have a much better take on your question, this must be observed, discussed, and seen in person - anyone is invited anytime.


==Scott==
Did the folks that made this machine build others as well?
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southbeach

How does it work dave? What unique function does the VAG serve?
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Landau

Florida, USA

You can match up the resistance curve with one's ability to produce force. I am still tinkering with the crank and slide mechanisms. You can truncate the range of action also for isometric applications. Great Tool for again - my use.
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southbeach

Landau wrote:
You can match up the resistance curve with one's ability to produce force. I am still tinkering with the crank and slide mechanisms. You can truncate the range of action also for isometric applications. Great Tool for again - my use.


Acts a variable cam? That's really cool, and potentially immensly useful as we know!

Who makes this..someone mentioned Lordex? Wasn't aware they made exercise machines too?
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dhartnet

New Hampshire, USA

Nice pick-up David.. Congrats!
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