Strengthen your posterior chain muscles (glutes, hamstrings, and lower back) with REP’s adjustable Glute-Ham Developer (GHD). This piece of equipment is versatile, with 13 different adjustment points, making it suitable for lifters of a wide range of heights. The bearing system for the 21x15” footplate makes these height adjustments quick and easy, and a mounting footplate helps lifters get on and off the equipment.
This GHD is super sturdy, with a frame made mostly from 16-gauge steel. Footpads feature thick padding with a durable vinyl cover, and the footpads are finished with steel endcaps. Although the GHD is solid, weighing in at 150lbs, it’s still maneuverable due to wheels on the back. Enhance your workout with the included band pegs, designed for resistance work. In addition to strengthening your posterior chain, you can flip over and use the GHD for targeted abdominal workouts, too.
Height42” (Top Of Leg Pads)
STURDYThe frame is mostly 16-gauge steel, and the footpads have thick padding with a durable vinyl cover.
MANEUVERABLEWheels on the back make moving the GHD super easy.
ADJUSTABLE13 different adjustment points means the GHD will be comfortable to use for a wide range of heights.
REP GHD Glute Ham Developer Product Overview
Our glute ham developer is great for training your glutes, hamstrings, and lower back. You can flip over and use it for abdominal exercises, too! Great for home gyms and commercial strength training facilities.
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I’m tall with long legs, will I be able to use this GHD?
The GHD has 13 different adjustment points, so a wide range of heights should be able to use it comfortably. The distance from the farthest adjustment point to the front of the leg pad is 40”.
What does the GHD do?
This equipment was designed to strengthen the posterior chain (glutes, hamstrings, and lower back), which has been shown to reduce ACL/MCL injuries by helping balance upper leg muscles. Many athletes tend to be quadricep-dominant from squats, running, and other sports. You can flip over and use the GHD for targeted abdominal workouts, too.