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Rogue Echo GHD

Rogue Echo GHD

Price Qty
Rogue Echo GHD
$345.00

Includes (1) Pad and (1) Roller Assembly

Echo GHD w/ Games Box
$460.00

Includes (1) Pad, (1) Roller Assembly, and (1) Flat Pack Games Box

Echo GHD (Pad Only)
$245.00

Does NOT include Games box or Roller Assembly

Echo GHD Stabilizer Kit
$35.00
The Strip™
$45.00
Flat Pack Games Box
$125.00

This box ships unassembled.  Assembly is required.

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Length 30" (Pad)
Width 24" (Pad)
Height 10" (Pad)
Foot Print 30" x 24" (Pad)
Upholstery Vinyl
Free Shipping No
Made In USA Yes
3 Ships Free No

Rogue Echo GHD

At long last, a quality Glute Ham Developer for the rest of us. Rogue’s Echo GHD is a completely new take on this machine—using a little DIY resourcefulness to give athletes and gym owners a more affordable, space-efficient alternative to the traditional freestanding unit.

The Echo GHD comes standard with a 30”x24” vinyl GHD pad and a durable foot roller assembly, with the option to add a Rogue Games Box and/or an Echo GHD Stabilizer Kit* to your order. For set-up, simply strap the GHD pad to the Games Box or an existing plyo box, and mount the roller to any 3x3" Rogue Monster Lite upright (we suggest a rig or rack that’s securely fastened to the floor). A convenient detent pin is used to mount the foot roller, making it easy to adjust the height for different users or exercises.

For added security, both the underside of the GHD pad and the webbing of the seatbelt-style straps feature a non-slip, "grabber" fabric that helps prevent unwanted movement or sliding of the unit on a slick floor.

Many athletes already know the benefits of GHD training-- from building stronger glutes and hamstrings to promoting midline stability, powerful abdominal muscle recruitment, and the safe, active development of the spinal erectors. The challenge was always budgeting for the machine or finding room for it in a garage gym. The Echo GHD destroys those obstacles with a budget price, easy set-up and storage, reliable American craftsmanship, and a performance level to rival most freestanding machines. If you’ve wanted a genuine GHD in your gym, there are no further excuses.

Important: The foot roller assembly is currently only compatible with our Monster Lite Series uprights, or The Strip™. Do not attempt to mount the roller on any other type of upright.

*By adding the optional Echo GHD Stabilizer Kit to an order, you will have an additional method for reducing any unwanted movement or rocking of the Echo GHD during use. The adjustable kit can be mounted to any Monster Lite upright, or to a wall using the Rogue mounting accessory The Strip™. There are 12 adjustment settings 1" on center, but the angle at which you set up the kit can allow for many more custom adjustments. A detent pin is included.

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • (1) Echo GHD Pad (Length: 30”, Width: 24”, Height: 18”) - Also Available to Order Separately
  • Bottom of Pad features heavy-duty 18oz vinyl with non-slip "grabber" fabric for greater stability
  • (1) Echo GHD Adjustable Roller Assembly – Compatible ONLY with Monster Lite Uprights, or The Strip™
  • (1) Set of Durable Straps with seatbelt webbing and non-slip "grabber" fabric
  • (Optional) Rogue Games Box
  • (Optional) Echo GHD Stabilizer Kit
  • Applications: Glute/Ham Raises, Hip Extension, Back Extension, GHD Sit-Ups, Russian Twists, and much more

 

See more of Rogue's Glute Ham Developers here .

Rogue Echo GHD is rated 4.4286 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is SWEET!! Like everyone else, I've been waiting for this thing for 2 yrs. I called with some ideas at that time and they said they already had a prototype. After significant R&D Bill and Caity have another quality product to add to their lineup. The pad is dense foam with a thick leather-like material. The roller assembly pads are a different dense foam/plastic. Both look and feel durable. The straps are seat belt material reinforced at the bottom of the box. The base of the pad is 24 x 30. In other words set it on this (24x30) side of the box. TURN THE BOX ON ITS SIDE. The bottom of the pad should be 20in off the floor, not 24in. Took me a while to figure this out. There's one picture that will clue you into to this. The straps will not fit around the box if its not turned. They didn't come too short. The roller assembly measures 3 x 3, fits on my 2 x 3 rig and is rock solid with 2 detent pins to hold it in place. I didn't tell you to use it this way. My 6'5" buddy can do GHD sit ups without the box lifting off of the floor. Order right away as soon as they're back in stock, you won't be disappointed!!
Date published: 2014-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Future Compatibility? Will another Echo GHD release that is compatible with the Infinity series rigs/racks? If not, is there a way to mount The Strip to an Infinity series product in order to then mount the Echo GHD? ((Kinda bummed...waited forever for the Echo to come online only to find out it's not compatible with my Infinity R4))
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Other rig compatibility Are you planning on making this compatible with other series (ie: infinity, echo, etc)?
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compatible with the echo ES-1 stand? I bought the ES-1 squat stand due to budget issues, but will probably get the monster squat rack soon. Will this GHD be compatible with the ES-1 until I can get the monster squat rack? Thanks!
Date published: 2014-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Design Why not move the pad about 2-3 inches toward the non-padded side? This should eliminate the box from popping off the ground without inhibiting athlete range of motion.
Date published: 2014-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for my garage gym I think these kind of equipment are great for garage gyms and individual athletes. Is it compatible with the S-3 squat stand ?
Date published: 2014-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cost and Space I'm like some of the other reviewers, it is exciting to see this product. I have a garage gym and both space and cost are going to be the issue. I just hope it won't break my wallet.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wall mountable? I have seen a picture on Facebook where this GHD appeared to have the roller assembly attached to a studded wall? Is this going to be an option? Looks like a great product!
Date published: 2014-08-16
Rogue Echo GHD is rated 4.4286 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hmm... I meant to say the padded side not the non padded! Sorry.
Date published: 2014-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Garage Gymer Input Rogue, this design is great! I'm sure the quality is top notch just like the rest of your products. Like many others I have bought a S1 squat rack, because I'm on a budget but want the best equipment out there. Please consider designing this so it can bolted into the walls with lag bolts, I think this would attract more of the S Series and Monster Rack customers. I'm just assuming that people who have a rig are mostly gym/box owners or Rich Froning, and they already have bought standard GHDs. But, this is a first world problem, and I'm just bummed I can't get one.
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from R6 compatible? My R6 doesn't have many holes for placement on the one face of the support, only the westside hole spacing one one face, but kinda blank on the 90 degree adjacent face. Will the echo be compatible with this?
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from waiting.......... Was told in May it'd be available in June. In June was told July. In July was told in two weeks. What's up? REALLY looking forward to release and hoping it doesn't disappoint
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Idea, but.....!? What about a 1 to 3 foot segment of 2x3 or 3x3 11 gauge steel from a rig/rack that can be lag bolted to the wall? That way this GHD can be used in a different location of your home gym where there is not a rig/rack present.
Date published: 2014-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from When??? Is this ever going to be released to the public anytime soon?
Date published: 2014-08-07