FreeMotion Ground Zero Squat
The FreeMotion Squat features a unique platform design that enables
users to maintain correct ankle alignment and is textured to ensure
stable foot placement. Backrest design helps users to maintain proper
form and is counterbalanced for easy positioning while contoured
shoulder pads swivel and slide to comfortably fit a wide variety of
The Free Motion Ground Zero line is a revolutionary 18-piece strength training system that overcomes the limitations of traditional fixed pattern exercises by incorporating functional training with real-life results, allowing you to "Train the Way You Move." The Ground Zero line functionally trains numerous muscle groups of the body simultaneously in natural, real-life, compound movement patterns, for an integrated total body workout. Unique machines include the Step, which develops balance, coordination, and lower body strength for activities such as climbing stairs, and the Lift, which trains the leg, arm, and back muscles to work together for spinal stabilization and activities that require lifting. The Single and Dual Cable Cross boast ground breaking proprietary features and provide an almost limitless range of diverse total body training exercises.
A FreeMotion Ground Zero Squat is, and can best be described as follows: A Squat machine is a plate-loaded or selectorized piece of fitness equipment available in variations including: Standing, Hack, Front, V-Squat, Single Leg, and others, and is designed to strengthen the muscles of the hips, thighs, and legs during Strength Training. The user is typically in a standing position, braced under shoulder pads and grasping handles, and then places the feet shoulder width apart on a platform. The exercise is performed when the user flexes at the knees and hips until the thighs are just parallel with the floor, while pressing back into the heels, and then extends the knees and hips to return to a standing position.