The Rogers Athletic Glute Ham is designed so that athletes can work on isolated muscle groups of the posterior chain. The user-friendly step-through design and pass through ankle rollers make it possible to accommodate trainees of all sizes. Contoured thigh pads increase comfort and support. Adjusting the machine to fit the user is quick and easy. With an ergonomically designed foot plate, wide front base, and long extension handles, you feel safe and in control throughout the entire range of motion during reverse hyperextensions. For users looking to add intensity to their training, there is enough extra space to make holding a plate comfortable plus you can add accommodating resistance with the band pegs.

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Coach Taylor’s go to exercise…

“When addressing the posterior chain and hamstrings, having athletes combine the Rogers Athletic Leg Curl and Glute Ham, giving them the opportunity to strengthen both knee flexors and hip extensors to complete the movements that the muscles on the back side of the thigh are involved in. Using only body weight or a light plate, pause one quarter of the way up for four seconds, half way up for four seconds, three quarters for four seconds, and at the top for four seconds, this would be one rep. Then control your body back down to the pause at the first quarter position maintaining tension the entire time. Four to six quality reps is a great place to start.” – Rob Taylor, Jr., Founder and Owner of SMARTER Team Training

Mike

Mike changes his training up with…

“The goal of the glute-ham is to develop the back half of the body, the posterior chain if you will. One of my favorite protocols is to combine the glute-ham with the single leg hip press to train the entire hip complex. I like to go three rounds of time under tension sets, 40 seconds of constant tension on the Glute-Ham, directly to 40 seconds of tension on each leg on the single leg Rogers Athletic Hip Press. If you can complete all 3 rounds with 40 seconds of tension on both exercises, increase the weight of each.” – Mike Whitman, Director of Training

Alex keeps it creative with…

“With so much concern about ligament tears and muscle pulls, training the posterior chain is a must. The backside of the leg is an area of the body that is neglected in many exercise programs. Often times we will assign athletes two posterior chain exercises for every anterior emphasis movement such as the Pit Shark Belt Squat. The GHR is great for strengthening the glutes and hamstrings of any size athlete. It also serves as a great tool to teach young athletes to bend at the hip, in a controlled manner, while squeezing the whole time. It can be progressed by adding a weight vest, holding a plate, or using band resistance.” – Alex Walsh, Performance Coach

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