Dieselfit Iso-Lateral Leg Extension

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  • Muscle Imbalance Correction: The ability to work each leg independently is one of the primary advantages of the iso-lateral leg extension. It helps address any muscular imbalances between your left and right legs. If one leg is weaker than the other, you can adjust the weight accordingly to provide targeted training for the weaker leg.
  • Isolation of Target Muscles: The iso-lateral leg extension specifically targets the quadriceps muscles. This isolation can be beneficial if you want to focus on developing strength and muscle mass in these muscles without involving other muscles to a significant extent.
  • Reduced Compensation: When performing exercises that involve both legs simultaneously, stronger muscles can compensate for weaker ones. This compensation can hinder the balanced development of muscles. With iso-lateral exercises, each leg has to work independently, reducing the ability of stronger muscles to compensate for weaker ones.
  • Enhanced Mind-Muscle Connection: Isolating each leg can help you develop a better mind-muscle connection, allowing you to focus on the specific muscle you’re trying to target. This connection can lead to more effective muscle recruitment and better results over time.
  • Customized Resistance: As mentioned earlier, the separate weight stacks for each leg allow you to customize the resistance for each leg individually. This is particularly useful if you’re recovering from an injury or surgery on one leg, as you can adjust the resistance to match the strength level of each leg.
  • Variety and Progression: Incorporating the iso-lateral leg extension into your lower body workout routine can add variety and help prevent plateaus in your training progress. You can adjust the weight, sets, and reps over time to progressively challenge your muscles and stimulate growth.
  • Injury Rehabilitation: For individuals recovering from certain lower body injuries, the iso-lateral leg extension can be a safer option compared to exercises that involve both legs together. It allows you to focus on the injured leg’s strength and range of motion without placing excessive strain on the recovering limb.
  • Specific Sports Training: Athletes involved in sports that require strong quadriceps muscles, such as sprinting, jumping, and cycling, can benefit from incorporating iso-lateral leg extensions into their training regimen to improve leg strength and power.


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The iso-lateral leg extension targets the muscles of the lower body, particularly the quadriceps muscles located in the front of the thighs. This machine allows you to work each leg independently or together.  This iso-lateral leg extension can be used with plates & bungee cords.