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The 25 Top-Rated Leg Press Machines and Leg Workout Equipment for Toned, Fit Legs

You may have heard about the well-built person with bulging muscles but tiny legs. That visual is often used as motivation by personal trainers: “Don’t skip leg day!” If you’re in the market for a leg press machine, then you know the importance of not skipping your leg workout.

Looking for this specific machine means you probably already have interest in other fitness equipment. Very rarely does a gym consist of only a leg press. For that reason this list also includes some attachments to the home gyms you may already have. In addition, we’ve also thrown in some other leg-working equipment that, should you require some variety or special needs, we know you’ll love.

Below you’ll find the top 25 leg press machines in alphabetical order. Ratings, based on Amazon reviews, are current as of the time of this writing.

1. Body Solid FLP Fusion Leg Press

Body Solid FLP Fusion Leg Press

Current Rating: 4.0

This leg press attaches to most models of your Body Solid home gym. The press plate rotates to target different areas of the body. Rotate down or up to target thighs, hamstrings, and glutes.

Key Features:

  • Attaches to Body Solid Home Gyms
  • Rubber-covered, nonslip press plate
  • 2:1 ratio

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Cost: Est. $905

2. BodyCraft F660 Leg Press / Hip Sled

BodyCraft F660 Leg Press Hip Sled

Current Rating: 4.2

This 2-for-1 allows you to use as a squat machine or a leg press, and converting from one function to another is easy enough that you won’t have to decide “either or” every time you work out. You just fold the leg press plate out of the way for your squats and visa versa for your leg press.

Key Features:

  • Easy transition between squats and leg press
  • Adjustable press plate to target different areas
  • Lifetime warranty

Cost: Est. $2,199

3. BodyCraft Xpress Pro Leg Press Attachment

BodyCraft Xpress Pro Leg Press Attachment

Current Rating: 4.0

Another attachment, this is your go-to leg solution if you have the the BodyCraft Xpress Pro Home Gym. It utilizes the weights your machine already has so you won’t need to worry about any extra equipment purchases after this.

Key Features:

  • 2:1 ratio and up to 400 lbs of resistance
  • Adjustable seat back
  • Lifetime warranty

Cost: Est. $800

4. Body-Solid GCEC340 Cam Series Leg Ext Curl Machine

 

Body-Solid GCEC340 Cam Series Leg Ext Curl Machine

Current Rating: 4.0

Although not strictly a leg press, this will still get your leg work out in. Adding variety to your strength training will only improve your results. This leg curl machine has several reviews that speak to its durability, which is due in large part to its 7-gauge steel construction. Combined with the DuraFirm pads which are guaranteed to not break down, this machine may be one that outlasts you.

Key Features:

  • 200-lb capacity
  • 7-gauge steel construction
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Cost: Est. $399

5. Body-Solid Leg & Calf Press Machine

Body-Solid Leg & Calf Press Machine

Current Rating: n/a

This stand-alone machine is well-suited for a home gym, but its commercial grade rating proves it would also be suitable for a gym business as well. The weight stack is on the low end, only 210 pounds, but you can purchase an upgrade up to 310 pounds.

Key Features:

  • Over-sized foot plate
  • 2:1 ratio with a 210-lb weight stack
  • Lifetime in-home warranty

Cost: Est. $1,550

6. Body-Solid Leg Press & Hack Squat

Body-Solid Leg Press & Hack Squat

Current Rating: 4.1

This leg press is a squat machine as well. The press plate folds down and locks into place to transition to the hack squat exercise. It does require you purchase your own weights, but once purchased, the machine’s quad track roller system is smooth and steady.

Key Features:

  • 1,000-lb max capacity
  • Heavy-duty diamond plates for press and squat foot plates
  • 3 lock-out positions for safety

Cost: Est. $1,350

7. Body-Solid Leverage Horizontal Commercial Leg Press

Body-Solid Leverage Horizontal Commercial Leg Press

Current Rating: 5.0

You have to provide your own weight plates for this press, but they’re pretty universal, especially if you have other Body-Solid weight machines. The machine itself even has storage for your weights while not in use. This press is also commercially rated, and unsurprisingly, looks as if it could take a beating without any noticeable signs of abuse.

Key Features:

  • 1,000-lb max capacity
  • Fully adjustable back support
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Cost: Est. $1,995

8. Body-Solid Pro Club Line Leg Press Machine

Body-Solid Pro ClubLine Leg Press Machine

Current Rating: 4.0

This leg press comes with a 210-pound weight stack but you can always purchase an upgrade to the 310. The 2″ x 4″ frame is all steel, the pulley system is reinforced with fiberglass, and the cables are aircraft quality so it’s extra study. There are some reviews which noted issues with the assembly, but they all agree that once it’s together, it’s the real deal.

Key Features:

  • 210-lb weight stack
  • Instructional placard on machine
  • Commercially rated

Cost: Est. $1,640

9. Body-Solid Pro Dual Leg and Calf Press Machine

Body-Solid Pro Dual Leg and Calf Press Machine

Current Rating: 5.0

This leg press is all about comfort. You can still expect the same durability as with other Body-Solid models, but with an ergonomically designed seat with 12 different position adjustments and DuranFirm pads for extra comfort, this is the most comfortable you’ll ever be while pushing your limits.

Key Features:

  • 210-lb weight stack
  • 2:1 weight ratio
  • Full commercial rating

Cost: Est. $2,800

10. BSN Plateload Leg Press

BSN Plateload Leg Press Black

Current Rating: N/A

This leg press may not come with any weights on its own, but you can load up to 1,200 pounds onto it. For added safety, the diamond plate press prevents your feet from slipping during your workout. The pillow block bearings ensure a smooth workout you’ll love.

Key Features:

  • Steel construction
  • Rubber bumpers for quiet stop
  • Weight plate storage on machine

Cost: Est. $1,375

11. Husky Hip and Leg Sled Lower Body Gym

Husky Hip and Leg Sled Lower Body Gym

Current Rating: 3.8

This 3-in-1 is a pretty simple design: you lay on the bottom for a leg press and you stand on the bottom for the squat machine functionality. There’s also a power thrust option if you stand facing the machine rather than backed against it. The back pad adjusts with you while you transition from one workout to another.

Key Features:

  • Weight plate storage on machine
  • 1,000-lb capacity
  • Lifetime warranty

Cost: Est. $1,599

12. LegActivator Seated Leg exerciser & Physiotherapy Machine

LegActivator Seated Exerciser

Current Rating: 3.9

Sometimes you just can’t use a standard leg machine, whether you’re not physically able or you just can’t find the time to hit the gym – or the money to invest in a leg press machine for your home. This seated leg exerciser is a perfect fit for a wide variety of needs. Simply position it at your feet, sit in a natural seated position, and set your speed. It’s motorized so it’s perfect for starting slow. You can improve you blood circulation, prevent stiffness from prolonged sitting, and can even decrease your varicose veins and cellulite.

Key Features:

  • Dual Speed: 1,410 steps/30 minutes and 1,650 steps/30 minutes
  • Quiet hum allows for use at work
  • No assembly required

Cost: Est. $130

13. Mini Leg Press

Mini Leg Press

Current Rating: 3.6

You need to provide your own weight for this machine, but keep in mind that this will only hold 500 pounds before the weight pegs bend. Coming with a calf attachment, this basic leg press is a great value.

Key Features:

  • 500-lb capacity
  • 3-position incline bench
  • Extra-large diamond press plate

Cost: Est. $700

14. Model HLS2000 Hack Squat/Leg Press

Model HLS2000 Hack Squat Leg Press

Current Rating: 2.9

This 2-in-1 leg press has three weight plate holders, allowing you to use only weight in the middle without feeling off balance if your max weight isn’t easily distributed. This may save you some money on purchasing a wide variety of weight plates, which you will need to purchase separately. There is some time spent in the transition from leg press to Hack Squat, but if you want to cool down between sets, that time is just right.

Key Features:

  • 1,500-lb capacity
  • Extra-large foot plate
  • Adjustable seat and shoulder pads

Cost: Est. $1,690

15. OrangeA Thigh Glider Machine

 

OrangeA Thigh Glider Machine

Current Rating: 3.3

This is another standout leg working machine, designed for lower impact. It’s ideal for beginners, those with health limitations, or those rehabilitating from certain injuries. You need not purchase any additional weights because the weight you’re using is your own. As you’d expect from its name, it targets your thighs and lower body to tighten and strengthen. These machines promise that you’ll see results even if you use it for as little as a minute a day.

Key Features:

  • Low impact
  • Fold and go; incredibly portable
  • Handle bar adjusts up to 39 inches

Cost: Est. $90

16. Platinum Fitness Fit Sit Deluxe Folding Pedal Exerciser Leg Machine with Electronic Display

Platinum Fitness Fit Sit Deluxe Folding Pedal Exerciser Leg Machine with Electronic Display

Current Rating: 4.3

This pedal exerciser is another low-impact, cost-efficient alternative to more intense leg presses. You just sit, secure this to the ground, and pedal. It’s ideal for rehabilitation of legs and ankles, or you can even put the Fit Sit on a table and use it for your arms. You can add resistance to the spin by increasing the tension and gain a more strenuous work out.

Key Features:

  • Color customization
  • Digital display allows you to track your work out
  • Quick-folding frame for easy transport

Cost: Est. $40

17. Powerline BSGLPX Leg Press for BSG10X Home Gym

Powerline BSGLPX Leg Press for BSG10X Home Gym (2)

Current Rating: 3.3

If you have a Powerline BSG10X Home gym, this is a perfect add-on for you. Unlike the other models on our list, the press plate on this leg press is actually two separate plates. While that doesn’t leave room for a lot of variety in foot size or foot placement, it certainly takes away the question of where you should place your feet. It affixes to your home gym with only 9 bolts and there is no cable assembly to worry about. It doesn’t add a lot to the footprint, either, so it’s very likely that the space you already have for your home gym will still work with the attachment.

Key Features:

  • Compact
  • 11-gauge steel construction
  • 10-year warranty

Cost: Est. $130

18. Powerline Vertical Leg Press

Powerline PVLP156X Vertical Leg Press

Current Rating: 4.3

This leg press is so straightforward in its design that you have to marvel at the efficiency. Lying horizontally, you can adjust starting and stopping positions based on your height. With this machine you have no pulleys or cords to worry about; it’s just you, your weights, and gravity. Unless you’re using this to train for body building, this is likely to suit the average athlete’s needs.

Key Features:

  • 400-lb capacity
  • Durable steel alloy frame, extra-wide press plate
  • 10-year Powerline warranty on frame; 1 year on all other parts

Cost: Est. $290

19. Powertec Fitness Leg Press, Black

Powertec Fitness Leg Press Black

Current Rating: 4.0

This stand-alone leg press has 4 separate weight horns to distribute weight as you see fit. Its carriage system lends to a smooth operation that makes the experience more enjoyable. You can use this for your standard leg press or your seated calf raises.

Key Features:

  • 1,000-lb max capacity
  • Adjustable back pad
  • Extra-large press plate

Cost: Est. $999

20. Powertec Fitness Workbench Leg Press Accessory

Powertec Fitness Workbench Leg Press Accessory Black

Current Rating: 3.5

This leg press attachment is undoubtedly the most simple attachment: it attaches to a standard fitness workbench, not a home gym. So if you have a Powertec weight bench, then this is an uncomplicated and cost-efficient addition. While you can’t pile on a lot of extra weight, if you do lower weight and higher reps, this is a great addition to your gym.

Key Features:

  • 400-lb max capacity
  • 2 separate press plates
  • Removable for transitional use with other attachments

Cost: Est. $180

21. SportsArt Fitness Plate Loaded Leg Press

SportsArt Fitness A982 Plate Loaded Leg Press for Club Use - Commercial Leg Press Machine

Current Rating: n/a

This stand-alone leg press may not have accumulated many reviews on Amazon yet, but it’s a commercially rated beast! Its heavy-duty construction includes welded steel that you simply bolt together for assembly. Whether this machine is in your home or in your gym, you know it is built to last. Unlike a lot of other leg press machines, the SportsArt leg press has a head rest to keep you from having to lift your head during the entire workout.

Key Features:

  • 4 plate horns on press; 4 additional plate horns for storage
  • Fully encased linear bearings for safety
  • Commercially rated

Cost: Est. $4,800

22. TDS Vertical Leg Press

TDS Vertical Leg Press

Current Rating: 4.7

This vertical leg press gives your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes and calves a real workout! Just lay on the thick padded back rest and push the weight up/away from you.  The heavy-duty rollers make the workout a smooth one. The simplicity of the machine makes it a perfect fit for your home.

Key Features:

  • 1,000-lb weight stack max capacity
  • Takes both standard and Olympic plates
  • 3 inch thick stitched padding

Cost: Est. $750

23. XMark Leg Press Hack Squat XM-7616

XMark Leg Press Hack Squat XM-7616

Current Rating: 3.5

This is another 2-in-1 that allows you to change the operation as you use it. There’s a safety lock where you just flip a switch with your foot and lock the press plate in place after your leg press workout; flip down the press plate and the back pad is already in place for your squat workout.

Key Features:

  • Adjustable backrest/foot board
  • 1,000-lb capacity
  • 11-gauge steel construction

Cost: Est. $1,300

24. York Barbell ST Leg Press – Silver

York Barbell ST Leg Press - Silver

Current Rating: n/a

This stand-alone hasn’t yet received hundreds of reviews on Amazon, but its features definitely make it list-worthy. There are weight pegs for storage on the back of the machine and two for using in your workout. The safety stops are adjustable so you can configure this machine specifically to you.

Key Features:

  • Extra-large footplate
  • 1200-lb max capacity
  • Heavy-duty linear bearings for smooth movement

Cost: Est. $3,500

25. Yukon Fitness Vertical Leg Press

Yukon Fitness Vertical Leg Press VLP-154

Current Rating: 3.6

It my not be on sale on Amazon currently but it’s still on sale on Yukon’s site and the reviews on Amazon will certainly help you make your choice. The narrow design allows you to place this in your home without too much worry on space. You will have to buy the weights separately, but with just an Olympic adapter, the machine will utilize both standard and Olympic style weight plates.

Key Features:

  • Head and neck brace
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Standard or Olympic plates

Cost: Est. $400

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