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Front and rear weight rods allow for large weight loads and four belt anchor points provide varying resistance ratios. Wide, dual foot platforms include a separation gap to help prevent marring from the belt and chain. The Belt Squat also features band pegs (with nearly 1:1 load effect when used), long handles to accommodate users of all sizes, and a storage hanger for the belt and hook for added convenience.
Front and rear weight rods for increased load
4 belt anchor points for varying load distribution
Optional dip attachment for performing weighted dips
425 LB (193 kg) without Dip Attachment; 485 LB (220 kg) with Dip Attachment
Max Training Capacity
900 LB (408.2 kg)
Distance from floor to foot plates
10.75" (27.3 cm)
45 LB (20.4 kg)
Distance between belt anchor points
4" (10 cm)
8 - 45 LB plates on front Weight Rods (per rod); 2 - 45 LB plates on rear Weight Rods (per rod)
The Hammer Strength Belt Squat has been a great addition to our room at The University of Maryland. This machine is easy to maneuver, has a wide & sturdy platform while taking up a small footprint & is easy to load and add resistance. The unique thing about the Hammer Strength belt squat in comparison to others is the efficiency in loading. It doesn't take a bunch of plates to get adequate resistance in the loading pattern which makes loading and unloading weights much easier. Our athletes love working on the machine and we hope to be able to add more in the future. We appreciate our friends at Hammer Strength and all they have done to support The Terps!
Ryan W. Davis | Director of Football Performance at the University of Maryland