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    Originally Posted by TunaGill View Post
    Seems close, in stimulus, to that vogel-pull or whatever it's called. Chuck Vogelpohl's GM/DL frame he had on youtube in a few videos.
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Seems close, in stimulus, to that vogel-pull or whatever it's called. Chuck Vogelpohl's GM/DL frame he had on youtube in a few videos.
    I never saw Chuck's device.

    After seeing Edge's standing back extension, it sounded like what you were describing vis-a-vis doing extensions with a bar on your back with the foot plate just above the ground.
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    Just to update this thread, I think I'm gonna go either custom built, or with the Body Solid 45 degree hyper in the next month.

    To the owners of the 45 degree hypers, do you usually use it before, or after your main workout?
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    Deciding between a 45*Hyper and GHD is a big dilemma for me.
    I only have the space and budget for one.
    I really enjoyed the 45* when I had access to it, but GHD seems to offer more tricks.

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    What do you think you would do differently to the Body-Solid with a custom bench?
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    Originally Posted by Deep-Voiced-One View Post
    Just to update this thread, I think I'm gonna go either custom built, or with the Body Solid 45 degree hyper in the next month.

    To the owners of the 45 degree hypers, do you usually use it before, or after your main workout?
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    Originally Posted by Deep-Voiced-One View Post
    Just to update this thread, I think I'm gonna go either custom built, or with the Body Solid 45 degree hyper in the next month.

    To the owners of the 45 degree hypers, do you usually use it before, or after your main workout?
    I use it after, otherwise you fatigue your lower back ahead of the big movements that require it. Exception would be a dedicated core workout/rehab/prehab session which wouldn't include big movements anyway or if you just want to loosen up some first.
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    Originally Posted by Oxidated View Post
    Deciding between a 45*Hyper and GHD is a big dilemma for me.
    I only have the space and budget for one.
    I really enjoyed the 45* when I had access to it, but GHD seems to offer more tricks.

    Deep-Voiced-One,
    What do you think you would do differently to the Body-Solid with a custom bench?
    Unless you have a real reason to get a 45 (back issue etc...) I'd get a GHD which gives you a 90 degree hyper. I went that route and while I'd still like a dedicated 45 the GHD is probably the better all around choice for most lifters without a specialized purpose.
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    Oxidated, what I meant to say in my last post was that I either was gonna go with the Body Solid 45, or go the custom route for a deluxe one (Strength Equipment Inc. has a nice one up on their site).

    C123C, thanks I was suspecting it would be ideal after the big lifts, but wasn't sure if some people warmed up with them as well (although seems taxing pre-workout like you said).

    I watched a video with Bret Contreras talking about the 45 degree hyper (depending on each angle getting into it) involving each of the muscle groups of the posterior chain (erector spinae, glutes and hamstrings), I also seen in the video that he had added a chain around the back of the neck as one would progress which is a cool idea (not to mention you'll look awesome looking in that phase with the chains lol).

    While a custom 45 version will cost more, it will be way less than the GHD custom piece (according to pricing on Strength Equipment Inc's site) and will have a few more features than the BS version and will be more sturdy (I would definitely see if it can be a more bolt-together version if going that route and probably put that piece in the basement).
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    The reason I ended up with a GHD was that the price for a decent 45 was pretty close to the Rogue Abrams 2.0 GHD. I ponied up a bit more and just got that. Not sure where Strength Inc's prices come out but sounds like a bigger gap.
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    Originally Posted by C123C View Post
    Unless you have a real reason to get a 45 (back issue etc...) I'd get a GHD which gives you a 90 degree hyper. I went that route and while I'd still like a dedicated 45 the GHD is probably the better all around choice for most lifters without a specialized purpose.
    The 90 hyper is a lot harder to load on a GHD than a 45 hyper is. I think that's the big difference.
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    I would get both and try them out, used of course.

    I had Body solid power line 45 hyper which i traded for Body master's 45 hyper which has thigh pads similar to what Mech has posted. Footpad is not that big but decent size.

    It is being restored. I used to do it after squats and DL's. You can feel it on your lower back. Need to drill some holes so that band pegs can be attached.
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    mechs looks pretty similar to the elite fts one. I think it looks prime!
    The issue i see with that edge standing one is that the foot plate isnt wide enough and you can see if coming off the ground on a few of his reps.

    I hit up titan fitness a few weeks ago asking if they had plans to bring out an elite fts style bolt together hyper extension and they said that they did and it should be around in the next few months. Who knows if there is any truth to that but im defs hanging out for it.

    I own a GHR and a reverse hyper already but will be investing in a 45 hyper when a good one at the right price becomes available.
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    Originally Posted by Cleveland33 View Post
    The 90 hyper is a lot harder to load on a GHD than a 45 hyper is. I think that's the big difference.
    45 has a much greater range of motion too including a tractioning at the bottom and loading through the bottom range. Really great for rehab.
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    IME 45 degree extensions tend to be a little bit more low back dominant than 90 degree set ups but you're still targeting the entire posterior chain. Plus they let you do awesome stuff like this.

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    Depends on how you set them up. If you have the pads set low on your quads you can feel VERY little lower back involvement over the intense burning in your hamstrings. I'm stalking Fitness Factory and CL for a GHYP345, what a great way to end a leg session!!!!
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    After checking the pricing on the custom band peg 45 degree hyper the parts and shipping just totals just about in the $1200 range, it looks like an awesome built piece (inspired by the Elitefts one), but I don't think I can justify spending that much on a 45 degree hyper since it's not a main variety type of piece (the plate loaded mid-row and functional trainer would be more justifiable being that they have a lot of versatility in my opinion).

    I think the Body Solid GHYP345 would be a wise purchase (I looked back at your review of it Urbanlifter), I'm not too concerned about band pegs all that much anyway because I could always use plates, or chains for more resistance and by the looks of it the build quality seems heavy duty enough for my home gym, this will be in my sights as a near future purchase.
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    Jet.com has the Body Solid GHYP345 for $236 w/ free shipping ($278 w/ 15% off - use coupon SAVE15).
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    Thanks for the source, anyone ever order from jet.com? Are they a reputable dealer and how is their customer service?
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    Thanks for the source, anyone ever order from jet.com? Are they a reputable dealer and how is their customer service?
    I order from them all the time. I've always had a good experience with them.
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    Noooooo! I was hoping a deal would surface on down the road, outside of a floor model on Fitness Factory I have never seen them that low. Thanks for the heads up Delta, going to get me divorced this week. Although, after doing the math it's really $275 shipped with taxes (with 15% OFF). Thank goodness, I'll hold out a bit longer....LOL
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    Thanks for the heads up Delta, going to get me divorced this week.
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    hypertension simulator

    Hello everybody
    I want to buy myself a home hyperextension simulator for home workouts

    what should you pay attention to when buying? maybe you will advise where to buy it so that its cost is not high ...

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    Originally Posted by QuiLee View Post
    Hello everybody
    I want to buy myself a home hyperextension simulator for home workouts

    what should you pay attention to when buying? maybe you will advise where to buy it so that its cost is not high ...

    Thanks
    if you are looking for a cheap 45D Hyper bench there a few cheaper ones, some are still out of stock though, like the Titan. Lots of cheaper ones have no footplate. I would prefer one with a plate for support. I have the body solid version. not the cheapest, but not the most expensive by far.

    https://www.titan.fitness/strength/s...v2/400572.html

    https://www.amazon.com/Hyperextensio...62892940&psc=1

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089W6HH19...xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08QJ9LGHZ...NsaWNrPXRydWU=

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valor-Fit...SABEgIOtvD_BwE

    https://valorfitness.com/products/va...gn=sag_organic

    the version I own
    https://www.fitnessfactory.com/item/...yperextension/
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    Unless you are incredibly short it's nearly impossible to go wrong with the Body Solid hyper.

    Think I got mine for around $259-$279 shipped so it's not really all that bad price wise...
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    Unless you are incredibly short it's nearly impossible to go wrong with the Body Solid hyper.

    Think I got mine for around $259-$279 shipped so it's not really all that bad price wise...
    Incredibly short is subjective. I had that unit and would guess anyone under about 5'3" or so may not fit great on it. It was a while back so correct me if I'm wrong since I don't want to steer QuiLee in the wrong direction
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    Incredibly short is subjective. I had that unit and would guess anyone under about 5'3" or so may not fit great on it. It was a while back so correct me if I'm wrong since I don't want to steer QuiLee in the wrong direction
    You were pretty close so not too subjective apparently, I was thinking anything under 5'4" might have issue with the height of the pads.

    @ 5'9" I always used the pads on the lowest or second lowest setting.
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    yes, height is a factor for sure.
    An adjustable pad height is a must. If you want to go cheap thats fine- but not the point where you don't have this option.
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    Originally Posted by QuiLee View Post
    Hello everybody
    I want to buy myself a home hyperextension simulator for home workouts

    what should you pay attention to when buying? maybe you will advise where to buy it so that its cost is not high ...

    Thanks
    Regardless of what everyone in the known universe will tell you, don't get a 45-degree angle one. Get a 90-degree angle one. Then, you'll be able to do reverse hyperextensions, as well.
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    You might need more padding for heavy weight hypers and reverse hypers if you buy a less expensive one.

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