- Stand facing away from low pulley. Place foot in cable boot
attachment (as shown) or foot
harness. Grasp lateral bars or other prop for support. Stand
forward on free leg. Raise knee up positioning thigh approximately
45° forward. Allow lower leg attached to cable to be pulled
- Keeping thigh stationary, extend lower leg forward until
leg is straight. Return by lowering lower leg down and back to
original position. Repeat.
- Those with hamstring
inflexibility may have difficulty fully extending knee if
knee is too high. In which case, knee can be raised forward less
than 45°. Pectineus,
Adductor Longus, Adductor Brevis do not
contribute to hip stabilization since they are only involved
in initial range of hip flexion.