Rogue Monster Swing Arm GHD

5/5

Builtscore

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
Based on 3 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Rogue’s Monster Swing Arm GHD (Glute Ham Developer) takes the popular Nebula GHD model and upgrades it with Monster-sized pads, two step-up decks, and a redesigned, fully adjustable rear foot-rest. An easy-to-use handle at the base of the machine allows athletes to reposition the foot pads back or forward to meet almost any workout requirement.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Rogue’s Monster Swing Arm GHD (Glute Ham Developer) takes the popular Nebula GHD model and upgrades it with Monster-sized pads, two step-up decks, and a redesigned, fully adjustable rear foot-rest. An easy-to-use handle at the base of the machine allows athletes to reposition the foot pads back or forward to meet almost any workout requirement. The foot pads and foot plate are vertically adjustable, as well.With a compact steel construction, the 250LB Monster Swing Arm GHD offers plenty of stability on its own. This durability, combined with the machine’s versatility, makes the Monster Swing Arm GHD one of the most effective hamstring and glute strengthening tools on the market.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Product Weight

250 LB

Length

36"

Width

60"

Height

50"

Foot Print

34" x 62"

Upholstry

Vinyl

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Rogue Monster Swing Arm GHD
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