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Rogue 3x3 Echo GHD

Rogue Echo GHD

Availability: Ships in 10-14 business days

Includes (1) Pad and (1) Roller Assembly

Echo GHD w/ Games Box

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

Echo GHD (Pad Only)

Does NOT include Games box or Roller Assembly

Echo GHD 3" Face Stabilizer Kit
Echo GHD Roller Assembly

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The Strip®

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Flat Pack Games Box

This box ships unassembled.  Assembly is required.

Rogue 3x3 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. This 3x3 version of the Echo GHD is compatible exclusively with our Monster Lite Series Rigs and Racks. For Infinity owners, a Rogue 2x3 Echo GHD is also available.

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 3x3 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.


  • 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 the The 2x3 Infinity Version of the Rogue Echo GHD.

*Also: Check out our full line of Rogue GHD's Here

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Length 30" (Pad)
Width 24" (Pad)
Height 10" (Pad)
Foot Print 30" x 24" (Pad)
Upholstery Vinyl
Made In USA Yes
Rogue 3x3 Echo GHD is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Echo GHD Great product. Takes a little getting used to with positioning and trusting that you're not gonna fall, but once you do that it's good. Got the stabilizer too but don't really need it. I would try it without the stabilizer first and decide then. Other than that very happy with the addition to my home gym. Very glad I got it. Kills my hammys
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact and Well Made I have been using this GHD for 6 months now and it has become a great addition to my mostly Rogue garage gym. The pad is very well made and the stitching seems to be holding up great with no signs of wear. The thing I like about most is the ability to store the pad up on a shelf in my garage out of the way and the roller assembly and stabilizer attached to the backside of my R-3 rack, also out of the way. I would not be able to store a traditional GHD machine in my garage. Everything, like ALL Rogue products, is very well made and super durable. I highly recommend this GHD, especially if you are short on space and still want a FULLY functional GHD machine.
Date published: 2017-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Quality I bought the entire GHD system (pad, rollers, stabilizer bar, box, and The Strip). Everything is of very high quality. The pad is very comfortable even when you're suffering during a workout. If you're installing this onto studs, its a little involved. However, You can do it in a couple of hours. Overall, I'm very impressed. It's a lot of money, and a decent amount of time to install the ghd, but I think it's worth it. You can tell that it's not cheaply made.
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Even Better Way to Save Space A GHD was the one much needed addition to my home gym. Having installed the Rogue folding rack, I saw that the Matador dip attachment provides a perfectly stable, level shelf. Mounted at 24" it lines up with my 24" Plyo box, allowing me to set the Echo GHD right on top (strapped to a 3/4" piece of plywood). The only problem was when mounted to the rack, it took more room than I wanted for my small gym space. Add the "Strip" on the wall and problem solved! 2 simple clamps tighten everything up, plenty stable for my 205lb. self.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Quality I am using this GHD with the 3" mount on the 2x3 strip on a brick wall. The leather quality and the firmness of the foam inside is very rugged. Identical to the Rogue free standing GHD. It definitely moves forward if you go hard and use momentum. I recommend the stabilizer arm.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The pad alone is worth it So I stupidly bought a Titan rack instead of a Rogue meaning I couldn't use the foot roller assembly. I bought the pad anyway thinking I could rig something up. Just having the pad on the floor and using a load barbell with a bar pad I'm able to do GHR's (much, much, much easier on my knees than Nordic curls), back extensions, GHR situps with ease. The unadvertised part, which is probably the best part, is the back therapy this adds. I put the pad on some pull boxes so the hump is elevated, position the hump right under my ribs and fold over it. The stretch/decompression I'm able to get is just as intense as using the special beds that fold at the chiropractor's office. This function alone is worth the price.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great to keep your space flexible Ben wanting a GHD for the home gym, buy don't have enough floor space for a full size one. This fits the bill. Mounted to my 2x3 strip that I also use for my Matador. Read other reviews about the box moving away from the wall, so put some anchors on the wall and bought a cheap ratchet strap to hold it in place (see pic). Materials for this mod ran about $10. I'm sure this same setup would work with the stabilizer they sell I just opted to use a scrap of 2x10. Now the GHD is rock solid and perfect for my little space. Love the Rogue quality and innovation, keep up the good work guys!
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only thing better is an actual GHD Solid product and super sturdy. Fantastic if soace is an issue. Only gripe is the difficulty with doing GHRs. I always wondered why there were only photos of people doing GHD sit-ups and none of people doing glute ham raises. Now I know why. The stabilizer thingy doesn't screw onto the box so ithe unit will slide during sets of GHRs unless there's something in front of it. The box doesn't move during sit ups (for me) so I only needed to modify it for GHRs. Here was my fix: drilled two holes, looped a piece of paracord, attached a carabiner and chain to the box and strip. You have to experiment with the chain length to find your optimal distance for GHRs but that's trivial. When you're done with GHRs, unclip the carabiner and the only modification to the box is a loop of string that won't get in the way during box jumps. Overall, if space is an issue get this. If not, I would go with a dedicated GHD (from Rogue of course)
Date published: 2015-05-25
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