Below are a few pictures of a useful (homemade) hamstring apparatus.Â The images and video are courtesy of Dane Miller at Garage Strength (who has been fortunate to train alongside Dr. Anatoli Bondarchuk).
Full instructions and a related blog entry for this device can be found at the link below:
Per Garage Strength:
Materials: long decking screws, 2 8â€² 2Ã—4s, sheet of plywood, thicker piece of wood for plank for feet (or use leftover plywood)
- Cut a piece of plywood at a length of 4â€² (this is factory width) and then cut the desired widthâ€¦we used 31 in.
- Cut an 8â€² 2Ã—4 in half so u have 2 4â€² pieces.
- Screw the 4â€² 2Ã—4 along the 4â€² sides of the plywood. Make sure that the 2Ã—4 is uprightâ€¦ screwed on the 2â€³ side.
- Place the piece of wood used by your feet at the desired angle and then screw it into the upright 2Ã—4s
- Cut a piece of 2Ã—4 to screw to the upright part of the angled plank for stability and strength.
- Repeat on the other side
You can also see a video demonstration: