Attach this workout bar to your door frame, and get an effective total upper body workout.
- Pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches...
- Three grip positions
- No screws and no damage to door
You can use this bar for pull-ups, sit-ups, dips and so much more. Easy, effective and economical!
What Reviewers Say:
- The Iron Gym is a great chin-up bar; it works exactly as advertised. It is very easy to assemble, use, and attach and remove from a doorway. It seems extremely stable, and I have no problem believing it could support the claimed 300 lbs.
- The video I saw on youtube used a bar similar to this and because of the reviews, I got this one. Im not dissappointed, I understood that I needed to have a door that had trim on it to place this on, which I had. For less than 30 bucks you can buy this. You dont need to go get yourself a 500$ machine. This is all you need. Now i can do 15 pullups after just a month of weight loss + assisted pull up training. Ive gone from 225lbs to 200 in a MONTH, and im seeing a huge difference in muscle definition on my arms. I can lift myself easily now.
- Assembly was a breeze and took about 10 minutes. The piece that mounts to the back of the door jam is plastic so I was a little weary of whether it would hold up well or not. I did a couple slow pullups using the various positions to make sure it wouldn't fall apart on me and then did some reps and it feels pretty solid. I'm 180 lbs and it held fine, and supposedly can hold up to 300 lbs. It has grips and handles for the different various of pullups and chinups, which is what drew me to it over the other types I looked at. It can also be used for pushups, dips (although not very effective as you can't get very low), and situps using the doorway. Overall, it does was it claims and feels like a pretty good piece of equipment. After a week of regular use it remains solid and hasn't done any damage to the door or wall. I would recommend this product for those who don't want to, or can't, mount a bar.