Glute Ham Machine – Body-Solid (SGH500)
Body-Solid SGH500 Glute & Ham Machine – The SGH500 Glute Ham Machine by Body-Solid is a full commercial rated roman chair and back hyperextension machine used for core and posterior chain muscular development of the abdominal, oblique, lower back, glute, and hamstrings. Thick, double-stitched DuraFirm™ pads and oversized 8" foam rollers provide comfort and support. Premium commercial components ensure dependability and reliability even in heavy use, high-traffic gyms, health clubs, crossfit boxes, and school weight rooms. Stable and solid, the Body-Solid Glute Ham Machine is an essential piece for any workout facility.
Features and Specifications:
- Vertical and horizontal adjustments ensure proper fit for any size user
- Isolates lower posterior muscles
- Works glutes, hamstrings, calves, abs and obliques in one machine
- Oversized pads for comfort
- DuraFirm upholstery for durability
- Step for easy access and dismount
- Two hooks on front lower support post for resistance band training
- Commerical Rated
- Body Focus: Abs, Lower Back, Obliques, Glutes, Hamstrings, Calves
- Exercises: Sit Ups, Ab Crunch, Oblique Bend, Back Extension
- Assembled Dimensions: 79" L x 33" W x 51" H
- Unit Weight: 150 lbs.
- Full Commercial Warranty: LIFETIME Frame and Welds, 3 Years Bushings, Bearings, Hardware, 1 Year Upholstery and Grips
- In-Home Warranty: LIFETIME Frame and Welds, LIFETIME Bushings, Bearings, Hardware, Upholstery, and Grips
- Resistance bands sold separately
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MMA Training Tip:
A key component of MMA training is building the core and lower body muscles to improve performance and prevent injuries. Fighters who strengthen their back, glutes and hamstrings are better suited to withstand the compressive loads on the spine along with forces that occur during training and competition. Another plus is that the basic exercises prevent back and knee injuries, especially to the anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL). It is generally recognized that the glute ham exercise is far superior to the back extension for training as well as for rehabilitation. By working both functions of the hamstrings, the glute ham places minimal compressive forces on the spine, forces that can alleviate future back pain.
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