Originally Posted by J_Byrd
You cant go wrong with either. I dont have a hyper, so we do glute ham raises.
I agree with J_Byrd. I built a reverse hyper table for the Dog House, but it is a pain to set up when time is tight. They actually hit the hams and glutes in different ways. If possible, make use of both. If you can only do one.... hmm, depends on the situation. A home gymer would probably do better with GHR.
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