Total Gym® Leg Exercises

Total Gym
Leg Exercises

Legs are comprised of many major muscles. Total Gym allows you to engage these muscles simultaneously with both strength and cardio exercises to gain endurance, increase core stability, build muscle and burn fat. Click here for exercises.

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Total Gym
Leg Exercises

Legs are comprised of many major muscles. Total Gym allows you to engage these muscles simultaneously with both strength and cardio exercises to gain endurance, increase core stability, build muscle and burn fat. Click here for exercises.

Check out these Total Gym attachments to tone your legs:

Total Gym STEP

  • Low-impact with Energy-absorbing springs
  • Squats & Plyometric Exercises
  • Walking & Jogging + Circuit Training

Total Gym Cyclo Trainer 2

  • Cardio Endurance & Core-strengthening
  • Conveniently Compact
  • Non-Electronic

Padded Squat Stand/Toe Bar Combo

Padded Squat Stand/Toe Bar Combo - Total Gym

  • Larger surface area
  • Allows you to do multiple exercises, including Pilates
  • Attaches in minutes

Squat

So many of our customers seek leg exercises for so many different reasons. Whether you want to slim and tone your legs or strengthen and build your leg muscles, this simple Total Gym Squat will help you get there. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym Squat How to:
  • Place feet hip distance apart on squat stand.
  • Bend knees to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Return to starting position.

Side Squat

The basic squat is a key element to burning more calories and strengthening your legs, but that can get boring. Spice-up your workout with the side squat! You'll get the same benefits of the basic squat, plus more as it targets those hard to get areas of your upper legs. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym Side Squat How to:
  • Lay on glideboard on your right side and bring left foot toward front corner of squat stand.
  • Bend left knee to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch sides after completing set.

Single Leg Squat

The single leg squat may not be the easiest thing to do when standing, but Total Gym makes it easier to balance yourself while reaping the benefits of isometric training. Switch legs after completing a set on one leg and you're on your way to those legs you've always wanted. Works legs, butt and calves.
Total Gym single leg squat How to:
  • Place feet hip distance apart on squat stand.
  • Move right foot to center of squat stand and lift left leg off.
  • Bend right knee to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch legs after completing set.

Sprinter Start

You've probably never seen an exercise like this... just a sampling of Total Gym's uniqueness and versatility. When workouts are fun and versatile, you have a better chance at sticking with the program. Plus, this is a great way to firm and tighten your butt!. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym sprinter start exercise How to:
  • Straddle glideboard facing support column.
  • Rest right knee in middle of glideboard.
  • Press against squat stand with left foot and straighten knee.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch legs after completing set.

Squat

So many of our customers seek leg exercises for so many different reasons. Whether you want to slim and tone your legs or strengthen and build your leg muscles, this simple Total Gym Squat will help you get there. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym Squat How to:
  • Place feet hip distance apart on squat stand.
  • Bend knees to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Return to starting position.

Side Squat

The basic squat is a key element to burning more calories and strengthening your legs, but that can get boring. Spice-up your workout with the side squat! You'll get the same benefits of the basic squat, plus more as it targets those hard to get areas of your upper legs. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym Side Squat How to:
  • Lay on glideboard on your right side and bring left foot toward front corner of squat stand.
  • Bend left knee to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch sides after completing set.

Single Leg Squat

The single leg squat may not be the easiest thing to do when standing, but Total Gym makes it easier to balance yourself while reaping the benefits of isometric training. Switch legs after completing a set on one leg and you're on your way to those legs you've always wanted. Works legs, butt and calves.
Total Gym single leg squat How to:
  • Place feet hip distance apart on squat stand.
  • Move right foot to center of squat stand and lift left leg off.
  • Bend right knee to bring glideboard down towards bottom of rails.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch legs after completing set.

Sprinter Start

You've probably never seen an exercise like this... just a sampling of Total Gym's uniqueness and versatility. When workouts are fun and versatile, you have a better chance at sticking with the program. Plus, this is a great way to firm and tighten your butt!. Works legs and butt.
Total Gym sprinter start exercise How to:
  • Straddle glideboard facing support column.
  • Rest right knee in middle of glideboard.
  • Press against squat stand with left foot and straighten knee.
  • Slowly return to starting position, switch legs after completing set.

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