Amazon New Fitness Hyper Extension Hyperextension Review

This hyperextension / roman chair is sold by Home Elegant on Amazon. It also says Detroit Bathware – CY so not sure which is the exact name of the seller. The hyperextension review is on the product that I recently received after purchasing (link below) on Amazon.

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The hyperextension is to strengthen your back, Abs, hamstrings and gluts all in one machine. Goplus’ Hyper Extension Machine is the perfect piece of equipment to do just that. Featuring, quick adjustable sliding pegs and traction enhanced foot pegs to allow for secure positioning during use, this machine can accommodate most any user.


  • Sturdy and durable
  • Build and define your body
  • Ideal for commercial, light institutional and home use
  • Non-slip footplate built-in
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Soft yet firm cushions give optimal support
  • Fully adjustable to accommodate a variety of users
  • Specifications:
  • Weight: 53 lbs
  • Max Weight Capacity: 440 lbs
  • 50501.5mm tube size
  • Thickness of the pad: 5″
  • Whole size:60″(L) x 27″(W) x 43″(H)
  • Package include: 1 x Hyperextension (need assembled)

My Take

-Shipping speed.
-Quality with cost factored in.
-Works well for home gym purposes.

-Awful instructions.
-Adjustability is limited.
-Light commercial would be a stretch based on the design of the ankle supports.

The cons are a bit strong because the instructions are not step by step. It’s basically a build sheet so some trial and error will occur when assembling. The bolts are not clearly labeled/defined so deciphering between them is somewhat of a guess. Other than the ankle support and adjustability this could be light commercial but the ankle support is very wobbly. The adjustability is limited as well even for a hyperextension (I’m 5’8″ and use the closest notch). To do GHRs I’d have to drill a few more holes around 4 inches closer.

Overall it’s a solid buy and I’d recommend its purchase based on the price. I’ve had the lower prices Roman chair on Amazon (around $65) and it was much more lightweight than this.


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Brandon has a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and has been in the health & fitness industry since 2006. In over 10 years he's done it all from managing a gym, training clients, owning an exercise equipment dealership, and managing a supplement company.
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