I'm Paj Mohager, and this is how to leg curl more weight with proper technique. So you want to add more weight to your leg curls. Proper technique is the only way you are going to be able to do that. Pay attention and this is how you do it. So doing leg curls is a very important exercise for your hamstrings which is actually the back of your leg. Just as much as your quadricep which is the front big muscle of your leg, your hamstring plays a big role on how you walk, your posture and all different things like that. Now this is a leg curl machine. It's not a traditional leg curl machine, it's not the lying leg curl machine. It's a seated.It still hits the same muscle group so this demonstration is for the seated leg curls. Proper technique is number one. So before you do anything else you need to learn how to do it right. As you learn how to do it right then you can actually increase the weight in increments of small, maybe a five pound here, five pounds there. To not, not to lose your form. Your form always comes first. More important than any kind of weight. So I got the weight set. My hands are right here or right here. Either one, you want to concentrate curling under nice and slow. And then bring it back up slow. Curl it under, exhale. And then inhale on the way up. It's really important to squeeze the hamstrings on the way down. Almost like you are doing a bicep curl. Your hamstrings are sometimes referred to as the bicep of the leg so. As you are coming down squeeze, really focus on squeezing your hamstrings. And not using your other body parts to help you. A lot of people like to sit on these things and put their grip right here and pull themselves and hold. Or put their hands here and push. That kind of thing to help them bring the weight down. And that's, if you are doing that you are basically doing too much weight. So you want to refrain from doing that. Really concentrate on doing what your muscle, the muscle group that you are supposed to be working on this machine. Right here, curl under, back up slow. Curl under back up slow. That's how it's done.