The only training solution to train the glutes from their full lengthened to their full contracted position, in isolation, with no quadriceps or hamstrings involvement.

main features

  • The best machine in the market for isolating the glutes
  • Work the glutes through their full range of motion, from their lengthened position from more than 90 degrees of hip flexion, to their fully shortened/contracted position at full hip extension, with no quadriceps or hamstrings engagement
  • Purpose-design double hip pad keeps glutes engaged throughout extension limiting lower back muscles involvement and favoring hip extension rather than back extension.
  • Knee pad adjusts through a significant height with 11 positions to perfectly set individuals from 5 to 6.5feet, with small increments of just 1”
  • Upper Back roller pad adjusts to allow optimal set up for every individual regardless of size and body proportions.
  • Oversized knee pad to allow “frog” or sumo knees stance.
  • Resistance profile matching hip extension strength profile. It’s heavier at the starting position when glutes are stretched and stronger, and it gets lighter at the end range when glutes are shortened and weaker. Therefore, the entire range of motion is equally challenging, maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of the exercise.
  • Double linkage loading mechanism to minimize inertia effect or momentum. It means that even when performing fast with relatively light loads, the resistance feeling remains smooth and there isn’t a significant drop in resistance at the end of the motion (similar to a training feeling of a selectorized machine)
  • Resistance bands can be added to overload the end range of motion or glutes shortened position.
  • Integrated weight plates storage horn located next to the loading horn to keep training space tidy and to make the loading and un-loading process convenient and time efficient.


Is There Any Exercise Comparable to the Movement of the Kneeling Glute Isolator?

The Kneeling Glute Isolator performs a unique movement that isolates the hips and allows for flexion and extension while keeping the knees at a 90-degree angle. This positioning limits the engagement of the hamstrings and quads. It can be likened to a kneeling hip thrust but provides significantly more stability and a higher level of glute isolation compared to a standard hip thrust.

Is This Exercise for the Lower Back?

While the lower back muscles are involved, their primary role is to stabilize the spine and prevent it from moving during the exercise. The glutes are the main prime movers, responsible for hip extension. The lower back muscles work to maintain a neutral spine position while the hips flex and extend.