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Q Leg Curl


The milon Q Leg Curl offers simple, effective training for the thigh muscles. This milon machine is suitable for beginners and advanced users alike, regardless of whether they are training with the toning, weight reduction, pain-free, or muscle building regime.

Leg curls are an exercise that strengthens the thighs and are performed on the machine of the same name in the seated position. In this exercise, three muscles get a work out when the legs are flexed: the biceps femoris, the semitendinosus, and the gastrocnemius.

The sitting position is ideal for this exercise, as it lets the muscles exert more pressure. This makes this workout more effective while the user is sitting and simultaneously relieves strain on the back muscles. Strength athletes tend to neglect leg curls in their training plans, as the hamstrings aren’t readily visible muscles.

But leg curls are an essential part of strength-endurance training for the whole body because building leg strength is incredibly important for many endurance sports (jogging, Nordic walking, cycling, skiing). Plus, it’s easier to train muscle groups when the respective antagonist muscles are trained in parallel each time. So, leg extensions, leg presses, and leg curls should always be included in any balanced training plan. Women in particular are eager to avoid cellulite on the thighs and buttocks, and regular leg curl workouts also combat this by firming up the soft connective tissue.

Technical features
  • Display positioned in user’s field of vision
  • Height of hold-down bar can be adjusted
  • Lateral lifting handles and handles on durable hold-down bar are comfortably soft and reduce vibrations
  • Oval pad distributes forces over larger surface during training


Starting position
  • Backrest position aims to align the knee joint and pivot point of the lever along an axis
  • Hold-down bar rests on the thighs and can be held with the hands
  • Pad on the lever is level with the Achilles tendon
  • Knees are almost fully extended
End position
  • Legs should be flexed to at least 90°
  • Hands can pull on the handles to provide support at high weights


For milon circuit training, we offer nine different circuit configurations that are backed up by sports science. Of course, you can also set up your own individual arrangement of equipment to suit your target group and the space available to you.

Facility owners can now benefit from the expanded flexibility offered by the latest machines on their free training area as well thanks to Q free.

milon circuit training offers the best conditions for effective training based on its state-of-the-art technology, milon CARE. In this way, the different muscle groups are trained consecutively, while milon CARE uses the stored user data to adjust the equipment to their individual needs. As a result, milon circuit training constitutes an extremely versatile training method.

By establishing digital links between the various areas of your facility and their interconnected training equipment, you can identify the needs of your users in real time and react to them in a targeted way. The milon Connected Training System (CTS) gives studio operators a continual insight into the overall utilization of their facility, so they can respond on the spot.

The Graphical User Interface (GUI)


Normal training

The concentric (muscle shortening) and eccentric (muscle lengthening) loads are identical. In other words, training is performed with constant weights in both directions.

Adaptive training

Equipment as a training partner. No matter whether your power increases or decreases. The training weight adjusts to the force you exert automatically and in real time. If the muscles become tired, the equipment reduces the resistance; if they become stronger, they are given a higher resistance – completely automatically.

Isokinetic training

Resistance is varied in every phase of motion at a uniform speed. This ensures that full strength is applied throughout the entire rep. All motion segments are performed with an equal amount of power. This reduces the warm-up time and prevents muscle soreness. Ideal for therapy and competitive sports.

Eccentric training

The training resistance is increased in the eccentric (muscle lengthening) phase of movement, making training more effective in comparison to training with a constant weight by utilizing the muscles, tendons, and ligaments in an ideal way. This enhances muscle strengthening by up to 30% in half the training time.


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Q Leg Curl


Length (m) 1,57
Width (m) 1,06
Height (m) 1,27
Own weight (kg) 295
Floor area (m2) 1,66
Point load per cm2 on the ground (kg) 1,79
Display 10,1 Zoll multitouch color display
Available as Q Circuit + Q free
Certification in compliance with the German Medical Product Law (MPG) Yes
Certification according to TÜV Rheinland Yes

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