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Rogue Abram GHD 2.0

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.8
120 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Rogue Abram GHD 2.0

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.8
120 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
CA$1,015.00

Gear Specs

BrandRogue Fitness
ColorBlack
Made In USAYes
Product Weight222LB
Length73"
Width44-1/2"
Foot Print73" x 44-1/2"
Product Description

The Rogue Abram GHD 2.0 combines consistent performance and stability with smooth, precision adjustments and unique portability. This compact machine is a comprehensive tool for midline stabilization and the strengthening of hamstrings and glutes—all in a way that's functionally transferable to an athlete’s sport.

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Rogue Abram GHD 2.0 - Glute-Ham Developer

The Rogue Abram GHD 2.0 combines consistent performance and stability with smooth, precision adjustments and unique portability. This compact machine is a comprehensive tool for midline stabilization and the strengthening of hamstrings and glutes—all in a way that's functionally transferable to an athlete’s sport.

Version 2.0 keeps the core elements of the original Abram GHD and adds design innovations from Rogue’s own heavy-duty Monster Swing-Arm GHD, including an advanced 10-slot roller assembly. The unit is manufactured in the USA from 2x3” 11-gauge steel, with a bolt-together, triangular-base design and rubber feet for maximum sturdiness through peak power output.

Along with strengthening muscles within the posterior chain, GHD training allows one of the only safe ways to actively train your spinal erectors. GHD sit-ups also result in one of the most powerful abdominal contractions of any movement in the gym. The midline stabilization gained acts like an intrinsic weight belt protecting the spine and improving sport performance.

Gear Specs

Specifications

  • Made in the USA
  • 2x3” Steel frame construction w/ black powder coat finish
  • Overall Footprint: 73” x 44-1/2"
  • Laser-cut 3/16" thick steel Foot Plate (20" x 14")
  • Foam Roller Foot Pad (8 5/8" length x 5" diameter)
  • 10 slots for adjusting distance between hip and foot pads
  • Wheels and Handles for easy mobility
  • Split Pad Design with heavy duty moisture wicking upholstery
  • Holes for Band Pegs (sold separately)
  • All Required Hardware Included
  • Applications: Glute/Ham Raises, Hip Extension, Back Extension, GHD Sit-Ups, Russian Twists, and much more
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ROGUE ABRAM GHD 2.0 Features

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Refined Rogue Design

The GHD 2.0 introduces a bolt-together, triangular base design and front handle assembly. The ankle roller pads are horizontally adjustable and the vertical position is in the ideal angle for peak muscle recruitment, benefiting any athlete who is training core power and strength.

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Swing-Arm Adjustments

By utilizing similar swing-arm technology found in our collegiate style GHD, we enable the user to quickly adjust the roller assembly to his or her desired setting, with 10 lock-in positions to choose from. The roller pads themselves are 8.5" long by 5" in diameter, and are spaced 8" on center vertically, creating a 3" gap between them for foot placement. Every aspect of this design makes the machine easily adaptable to a wide range of athletes—ideal for a larger training facility.

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Quality Construction = Max Stability

The Abram GHD 2.0 is proudly manufactured in the USA, using 2x3" 11-gauge steel tubing, a 3/16" laser-cut steel footplate, and heavy-duty, moisture-wicking pads. The single piece chassis construction along the length of the unit eliminates joints that may move when under intense use. These elements, combined with our triangular-base design and the inclusion of protective rubber feet, produce a consistent level of performance and stability you won't find in most imported GHD machines.

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Dynamic New Additions to Your Gym

As the leading manufacturer of American-made strength and conditioning equipment, Rogue has developed a range of top quality, stand-alone strength training machines that go far beyond the standards of most sporting good store imports. This includes not only our original GHDs, but dynamic tools like the Rogue Z Hyper, Rhino Belt Squat, and Rogue Echo Bike.

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Unique Portability

For a nearly 200LB+ machine, the GHD 2.0 is both easy to set up and easy to move. All required hardware is included with the unit, and with a design that features a set of wheels and handles, it’s the perfect Glute Ham Developer for any garage gym or training facility where space is at a premium. Adjust it, use it, move it. Make it work for you.

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Reviews

1 - 8 of 120 Reviews
The Muffin Man
Indianapolis
★★★★★
★★★★★
October 21
Good for ham raises, not so mucfor back extensions
This machine is high quality and works like it's supposed to. Easier to do glute ham raises on this machine than doing them on a level surface; it may be due to the knees being able to go under the pads. This is not Rogue's fault, but I found I get a much better workout doing back extensions on a 45 degree hyperextension bench than this GHD. I thought doing them on a GHD with a 90 drop would give me a better workout, but that is definitely not the case. My head just gets more full of blood and my range of motion seems more limited on the GHD. So, I kept my 45 degree hyper bench. Also, it is easier to do oblique exercises on the hyper bench than the GHD as well. So, I currently only use the GHD for glute ham raises, which is still worth the machine for me. Leg curls are good, but the glute ham raise hits more muscles; kind of like comparing leg extensions vs squatting. Also, you can do reverse hypers on this machine. I just wear 10 pound weights on each ankle and do slow and controlled reverse hypers. But, I don't do this exercise much as I don't feel much benefits from it, especially when compared to regular back extensions. Hope you make a good decision!
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Takruriam
Eisenach
★★★★★
★★★★★
August 28
Solid piece
Solid robust equipment although a bit expensive Very happy with it.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on rogueeurope.eu
Colby
★★★★★
★★★★★
August 13
A Must for Posterior Chain Development
As always, Rogue has developed an excellent, well-designed and built machine. Assembly was done by one. Stable with zero shaking whatsoever. I've used it for the last year and seen a vast improvement in posterior chain strength and hypertrophy. Excellent addition to the home gym.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Liftoholik
Neumarkt, Germany
★★★★★
★★★★★
August 3
Not satisfied
I m sorry to say there ist a failiure with the angle of the feet Part! Have a look and contact us, pleased!
Originally posted on rogueeurope.eu

Response from Rogue Fitness:

August 9
We're very sorry for any issues with your GHD and our team is reaching out now to investigate this.
Brian007
London Ontario
★★★★★
★★★★★
July 2
Awesome
Products like this is what makes me come back to rogue over and over again build quality is excellent the product delivers what it's supposed to I have no complaints with it
Yes, I recommend this product
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Dcruz
Manitoba
★★★★★
★★★★★
July 1
Like a rock
Robust materials. Will outlast me. Easy to assemble and packaged well.
Yes, I recommend this product
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RobS13
Taylorsville, KY
★★★★★
★★★★★
June 24
GHD
My wife and I are loving the GHD . The equipment is nice and Solid.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Tantallion
Sydney, Australia
★★★★★
★★★★★
March 30
Excellent if the design is tweaked
Robust and stable. The only problems I've found are: 1. The adjustment for the vertical position of the foot plate is easy to miss and not strongly self-locking, meaning that the plate can come off catastrophically before you learn of the existence of the height adjustment, 2. The angled legs make it hard to position a bar underneath for weighted hypers, and 3. The horizontal foot plate adjustment should be able to go back further to better allow long-legged people to work their back by bending at the waist.
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
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