Q Leg Curl


More toned thighs, less knee pain or burning more calories by training the large leg muscles – the Q Leg Curl helps the user train easily and safely and achieve their personal goals.

If you want to strengthen the muscles at the back of your thigh, you should train them specifically. Many people use lying leg curl machines, on which the exercise is often performed with swing and which support the movement through the calf muscles. The seated Q Leg Curl isolates the leg flexor muscles and ensures that the body remains calm and that the movement is carried out from the legs.

The electronically controlled Q Leg Curl primarily trains the posterior thigh muscles of the biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus.

The high-quality machine is comfortable to use and ensures greater muscle activation thanks to an optimised training position. As users can train in different ways and follow their individualised training plans, the Q Leg Curl is suitable for both beginners and experienced users who want new training stimuli. The training resistance is automatically adjusted to the user’s strength.

Highlights of the Q Leg Curl
  • EMG-optimised training position for up to 34% greater muscle activation*
  • Comfortable use thanks to intuitive handle position and automatic adjustment of the backrest and shin pads
  • More pleasant distribution of compressive forces over 10% more surface area thanks to an oval hold-down bar and shin pad compared to a round pad*
    * Compared to the miltronic Premium series

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The Q Leg Curl primarily trains the posterior thigh muscles of the biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus. A well-trained rear thigh musculature stabilises the knee and protects it in everyday life from overloading and injuries. The rear thigh muscles are often relatively weak, particularly in women. Especially for them, it is recommended that these muscles are trained so as to prevent injuries such as torn cruciate ligaments.
In addition, strong leg flexor muscles contribute to a healthy posture.


Starting position

The user sits with a straight back, both hands holding the handles. Knees are almost fully extended and the hold-down bar rests on the thighs.

End position

The user bends their thighs and lower legs in a slow and controlled manner until the angle is slightly more than ninety degrees.


Trainers and customers today don’t want to track training manually or use inconvenient printed training plans. milon equipment with digital networking gets your studio ready for the future.

With milon, you can digitally record your users’ training data and use it to provide more individual and personal support. Training goals, training plans and progress can be viewed by trainers and users at any time. In this way, trainers can identify the needs of their customers in real time and react to them in a targeted manner. For users, this means a better training experience and a higher quality of support. As user data is stored digitally, devices adjust themselves fully automatically to the respective user. Users train safely and effectively because the displays on all of the machines guide them through the exercise in a fun way, allowing them to perform it cleanly.

The Graphical User Interface (GUI)


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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.

Switch to digitally networked training now and try out the Q Abdominal Crunch for your gym!


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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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