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    I hate Glute Ham Raise...

    I've NEVER found this exercise worth it.... I've done it regularly on 4 different setups/gyms. 1 have I ever found comfortable.....

    It's ALWAYS terrible to adjust/get comfortable I don't care if its ROGUE/ELITEFTS etc.. , I don't feel it provides any extra vs other glute exercises, in fact I've made better progress with other/simpler alternative exercises.

    Why do gyms keep buying/having this, who said "this is the best thing ever" ??

    There's a concept called "cognitive overhead" which is how much you have to think/put cognitive effort to do something. This setup is absolutely TERRIBLE for this, one of the worst I've ever seen.

    This is possibly my only pet peeve in 12 years of lifting.

    Good mornings, RDL, Laying hamstring curls, DB RDL.... ****ing ball roll ins.... EVERYTHING IS BETTER THEN GLUTE HAM RAISES.
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    So your problem in 12 years is that you dislike an exercise/equipment.
    It works for some, for others it doesn't.

    I dislike cable flyes, but...
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    Biggest problem I see with the ghr is people setting up on it wrong or having too weak hamstrings to use it right.

    The simple answer is... Avoid it. 🤷‍♂️

    It frees it up for people that do want to build huge hammies on it
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    So TLDR: I don't like it/I don't know how to use it therefore no gym should have it? Go whine somewhere else.
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    ^ Or gliding leg curls + back extensions.

    GHR is f*ng awesome. Very underrated bad ass movement. It's like the squat rack, only dedicated squatters belong there.
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    I wish my gym had a GHR. Could we get the guys that run your gym and mine to work out a deal?
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    Gironda leg curls. That is all.
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    Originally Posted by BeginnerGainz View Post
    Gironda leg curls. That is all.
    So an open chain version of the ghr for people who can't do many ghr leg curls..

    Eh... I'll pass. I've tried them before and seated curls are better, and ghr & nordic are better still.

    The modification to laying curls I like the best it's done with a hard arch almost in the cobra pose.

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    (follow the trail of athlete responce (me))

    Wide stance goodmornings w ssb
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    Seated BAND leg curls.

    Nothing has come close to the size gains.
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    Cliffs of OP:

    I don't know how to use a GHR machine properly so therefore the exercise sucks

    have had zero issues using one.
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    Originally Posted by MyEgoProblem View Post
    So an open chain version of the ghr for people who can't do many ghr leg curls..

    Eh... I'll pass. I've tried them before and seated curls are better, and ghr & nordic are better still.

    The modification to laying curls I like the best it's done with a hard arch almost in the cobra pose.

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    Purely for hamstring size.
    (follow the trail of athlete responce (me))

    Wide stance goodmornings w ssb
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    Seated BAND leg curls.

    Nothing has come close to the size gains.
    Or if ones gym doesn’t have a GHR and can’t do a nordic yet. It certainly works.
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    I hate it. I didn't give it a fair run though, only tried for a few weeks. It was really really awkward, I seem to recall it was really finicky to set up properly, and legs had to slide on pads while weighted (otherwise feet had to flex and extend making it more of a calf workout). Switched to band assisted nordics which really burn the hamstrings and easier to setup.
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    There not for everyone and can be a difficult movement to do and get right.
    They do hit the hamstrings hard if you can get them down or modify how you do them.
    Most people do them wrong because their hamstrings are weak.
    Your basically moving your upper body up with mostly hamstrings/glutes.
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    Originally Posted by BeginnerGainz View Post
    Gironda leg curls. That is all.
    with a woman underneath
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    Originally Posted by sooby View Post
    Cliffs of OP:

    I don't know how to use a GHR machine properly so therefore the exercise sucks

    have had zero issues using one.
    I've done them for months on programs. I've also had a 545 squat at 232 pounds. Totally raw for reps of 3.... So I mean, I'm allowed to have an opinion.
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    ^ Or gliding leg curls + back extensions.

    GHR is f*ng awesome. Very underrated bad ass movement. It's like the squat rack, only dedicated squatters belong there.
    I've had a 545 for reps raw squat at 232 pounds bw... so I mean.... it's not "im new in the gym" that's high advanced, if not elite numbers.
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    I've NEVER found this exercise worth it.... I've done it regularly on 4 different setups/gyms.
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    I've done them for months on programs. I've also had a 545 squat at 232 pounds. Totally raw for reps of 3.... So I mean, I'm allowed to have an opinion.
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    I've had a 545 for reps raw squat at 232 pounds bw... so I mean.... it's not "im new in the gym" that's high advanced, if not elite numbers.
    You're allowed to have an opinion even if you were a mere mortal. But as an elite why would you do an exercise regularly if you find it worthless and uncomfortable?
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    I've had a 545 for reps raw squat at 232 pounds bw... so I mean.... it's not "im new in the gym" that's high advanced, if not elite numbers.
    This doesn't correlate well with this thread:
    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showt...hp?t=179277891
    Its not that I don't believe it you, but it is hard to believe that. But this is the internet and no one really cares.
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    Originally Posted by Ghawk21 View Post
    This doesn't correlate well with this thread:
    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showt...hp?t=179277891
    Its not that I don't believe it you, but it is hard to believe that. But this is the internet and no one really cares.
    Was 6-7 years ago at school.

    I'm actually down to 295 right now, 21 pounds in 15 weeks. I still have a 340 bench, mid 500 dead any day of the week. Squat is probably only around 350 right.

    I don't run a strength training program when cutting..... so.
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    I've done them for months on programs. I've also had a 545 squat at 232 pounds. Totally raw for reps of 3.... So I mean, I'm allowed to have an opinion.
    and so am i
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    Originally Posted by snufy View Post
    Was 6-7 years ago at school.

    I'm actually down to 295 right now, 21 pounds in 15 weeks. I still have a 340 bench, mid 500 dead any day of the week. Squat is probably only around 350 right.

    I don't run a strength training program when cutting..... so.
    Am I missing something? Your other thread is 3 months old...
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    Originally Posted by EliKoehn View Post
    Am I missing something? Your other thread is 3 months old...
    I think he's saying he was at that weight back in the day, 6 to 7 years ago.
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    Originally Posted by jademonkey View Post
    I think he's saying he was at that weight back in the day, 6 to 7 years ago.
    Correct, last year of college all summer we hit that for like 3-4 months ever other week.
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    You can set these things up so a band assists your movement, the issue may be you are not at a level of strength where the movement is enjoyable. They are pretty hard to do if you are just starting out with it, sometimes these things require an ego check.

    My advice though is just to not do them. If you don't like something, don't do it.
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