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Body Solid PowerLine Inverted Squat Leg Press Calf PVLP156X
[PVLP156X]

Body Solid PowerLine Inverted Squat Leg Press Calf PVLP156X
Body-Solid PowerLine Fitness Vertical Leg Press Station

The Powerline Vertical Leg Press is designed for efficient sculpting of the quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves. Lower body single station includes comfortable pads for full lumbar and neck support so you can work out in comfort without putting stress on your lower back. The Powerline Vertical Leg Press provides an impressive platform for obtaining huge muscle gains through isolated lower body workouts. The unique vertical design not only reinforces support for your back and hips, but also minimizes space used to perform the exercises. Extra-thick back pad and contoured head and neck pad lock you into the proper exercise position while providing comfort during your leg press or calf raise routines. Features include dual adjustable 1/2" steel locking pins, three different starting and stopping positions and a diamond plate steel press deck for no-slip control. Three 1" standard plate posts allow increased resistance for a progressive challenge every time you work out. The PVLP56W is crafted of durable alloy steel with an extremely tough powder coat finish. 400 lb. weight capacity. Olympic adapter sleeves are optional. Weight plate posts are 1" diameter. Powerline Fitness Vertical Leg Press is shown with optional Olympic Adapter Sleeves. Olympic Adapter Sleeves, weight plates and collars are optional.

  • Three 1 inch diameter weight posts for even resistance distribution
  • Nylon bushings for smooth, consistant motion
  • Electrostatically applied powder coat finish
  • Extra-wide foot plate with no-slip design
  • Thick back and neck pads for comfort and support
  • Assembled Dimensions: 54 to 61 H x 46 L x 48 W inches
  • Adapter sleeves, wight plates, and weight collars optional


The Powerline Vertical Leg Press provides an impressive platform for obtaining huge muscle gains through isolated lower body workouts. The unique vertical design not only reinforces support for your back and hips, but also minimizes space used to perform the exercises. Extra-thick back pad and contoured head and neck pad lock you into the proper exercise position while providing comfort during your Leg Press or Calf Raise routines. Features include dual adjustable 1/2" steel locking pins, three different starting and stopping positions and a diamond plate steel press deck for no-slip control. Three 1" standard plate posts allow increased resistance for a progressive challenge every time you work out (weights not included). The PVLP56W is crafted of durable alloy steel with an extremely tough powder coat finish. 400 lb. Weight Capacity.

Dimensions: 54 to 61 H x 46 L x 48 W inch

Training the lower body is essential for performance, speed and total body strength. Great leg strength is the foundation of athletic excellence. Professional athletes in just about every sport know that almost every movement begins with a powerful leg drive.

Over 65% of the body's muscle mass resides in the lower body. By design, the leg muscles are the strongest muscle group, they burn more fat than any other part of the body, they can carry enormous amounts of weight for long distances and support the rest of the body through most non-leg related exercises. To say that through strength training for the legs will benefit the whole body is an understatement.

For over 20 years, Body-Solid has been building better bodies and improving the quality of life for people around the world. We are recognized worldwide as a leader in home gyms, strength training equipment, and cardiovascular products. With an extensive network of brick-and-mortar dealers and authorized online retailers we now offer the largest audience ever. And with the best Warranties available in the industry, you can count on us for a Lifetime of support.
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