For now, this one if the grand daddy of the hamstring drop family.
Set up with your feet under something that will not move. A dumbbell rack works great but not all are low enough to the ground.
I have used a standing hamstring curl machine to perform hamstring drops when the DB rack was not an option. See below.
Here's how you make it work. Get a mat or a pad or something to knee on. You will be kneeling in front of this with your back to the machine.
Make sure you move the pin to the bottom of the weight stack. And find a way to make sure the weight is enough to hold you and not lift up.
Adjust the leg pads on the bottom so they are snug on the back of the lower leg (calf area).
Get into the position for what ever version of the hamstring drop you like and go crazy. What versions do I speak of? See below for progressions and at the bottom for the single leg hamstring drop video.
And I posted about the 1 leg down and the 2 leg up hamstring drop.
Here is the single leg video:
Until next time,