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For glute and hamstring strength development you really need to isolate these muscle groups with targeted training.

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SKU HYPER-REV
Brand Cyberfit
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Deadlifts and squats are a good compound movement which utilize a large number of muscle groups, but for many people these lifts won't isolate the glutes and hamstrings. In fact, many powerlifting programs now include the use of exercises that isolate the glutes and hamstrings in order to enhance the squat and deadlift.

As invented by Louie Simmons at Westside Barbell, the reverse hyper extension bench allows the trainer to isolate the hamstrings without putting any load on the lower back. Great for trainers who are suffering back problems, but want to keep advancing their deadlift or squat.

At Cyberfit we don't do things by halves, so we have built this machine solid, to cater to anyone from a beginner to a professional level lifter. Oversize pads give you great comfort even when you're pushing heavy. Adjustable elbow pads move both forward-back and also tilt up and down, so you can change the angle. Height adjustable leg pad means you can get it exactly where you want it.

* Please note: This item is a backorder product, lead-time is 10-12 weeks from order placement

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Shipping Weight (KG) 100.0000
Brand Cyberfit
Colour Black
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Reverse Hyperextension Bench

For glute and hamstring strength development you really need to isolate these muscle groups with targeted training.