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 2×3″ 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.
Rogue Abram GHD 2.0
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Rogue Abram GHD 2.0 In-Depth ReviewAuthor: Cooper Mitchell
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Easy to adjust with 10 lock-in positions
- High-quality materials
- Durable black powder coating
- Handles and wheels make it more portable
- Manufactured and sourced in the USA
- Great resale value
What needs improvement ...
- Pricier than many other GHDs on the market
- Larger footprint
- Footplate could be larger
- Some users experienced vinyl coming off
- Extra adjustments might be unnecessary for most users
|Made In USA|
73" x 44.5"
GGR Community Reviews
Considering everything, the Rogue Abram GHD 2.0 is one of the best GHD's on the market. Even with more companies putting out GHDs than ever before, nobody touches the quality of the Abram 2.0 for the price. If you take into account features, quality, price, and versatility then the value on the Abram 2.0 is hard to beat. It is big, it is bulky, and it is stable, but if you have the room and plan to use it, having a GHD like this in your garage gym is awesome. If you own a CrossFit Affiliate, I don't see many other options to pursue.