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Go Fit Chin Up Bar

by GoFit

List Price: $24.99
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  • Perfect for chin-ups as well as a foot anchor for sit-ups and crunches
  • Chrome plated bar with padded grips
  • Adjusts to fit most standard width door frames from 28-Inch to 36-Inch
  • Includes mounting hardware, tools required
  • 250-Pound weight capacity
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  • Product Description

    The gofit chin up bar is a great addition to your at home training program. It will adjust to fit most standard width door frames. Disclaimer: gofit chin up bar has been designed to fit residential doorways 26` to 32` and support up to 300 lbs. This product has been manufactured and tested to decrease risk of injury. However, risks of injury exist in the use of this product. Therefore, the user assumes all risks of injury in the use of this product. Consult your physician before starting any exercise program. If you experience any discomfort while using this product, discontinue use and consult your physician immediately.

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    • ASIN: B00LBE7L2Y
    • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (305 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,580 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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    Customer Reviews

    Sturdy; I feel very safe when working out on the bar.
    David M. Zuber
    In my case, I wanted a bar that I could use without mounting brackets, in the metal frame of my office door at work.
    Mark H. Barsamian
    I really can't think of anything else to say, except that you can't find a better chin-up/pull-up bar, so buy this.
    Michael Sena

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    196 of 200 people found the following review helpful By David Woctor on January 5, 2006
    Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    After reading the bad reviews for the everlast chinning bar, I settled on this one. I didn't see how this would work with the pics amazon had, but it's very sturdy and works great. I've posted some pics of the bar mounted. See "customer images".
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    85 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Martens on April 7, 2006
    Size Name: One Size
    I agree with all the positive reviews of this product, and agree with the people that say you really should use the mounting hardware and that it only takes a few minutes to put up. However, the screws that came with the mounting bracket are very soft, and the head of the first one I tried to drive in just turned to iron filings, so I grabbed 6 decent wood screws and put them in. As near as I can tell, the cheap hardware is the only real corner they cut.
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    55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Khalil on July 12, 2006
    Size Name: One Size
    If you're buying this item I strongly suggest you put it IN THE DOORFRAME... i placed on the walls right in front of my door --my brilliant idea to be able to do it with the door closed, and also higher to allow taller people to pass without bending their heads. However, after about three days the pressure became too much and produced a good sized hole in my wall...

    Thats when I realized that the doorframe would be stronger...

    I repeat...DONT BE STUPID LIKE ME! USE IT IN THE DOORFRAME!

    otherwise, i like it.
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    282 of 334 people found the following review helpful By Sev on January 30, 2006
    Size Name: One Size
    Like all of the other people here, I bought this bar and it has performed magnificently. $15 is ridiculously cheap for the high build quality of this item, but **BEWARE**.

    ******* DO NOT USE THIS ITEM WITHOUT THE BRACKETS ******, no matter how strong you think it is.

    I am approximately 165lbs teenager and was using the bar sporadically throughout the day just for fun. Again, I hung this WITHOUT the brackets, which I learned to regret.

    One time when I was pulling myself up, the bar fell broke off and fell, leading me to land party on my back and neck.

    I immediately got back up like nothing happened, but the next day my back and neck are experiencing shrieking pain.

    The use of brackets is not only recommended, but required. It takes only a few minutes!!
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    28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Russell W. on June 28, 2008
    Size Name: One Size
    The product description advertises that this bar can accommodate door frames measuring 24" to 32" wide, however the product itself actually measures just shy of 25" when completely compacted. If you have a standard 24" wide bathroom door, this product will be of no use to you.
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    80 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Scott HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 2, 2008
    Size Name: One Size
    I bought this bar because of the excellent reviews and because I wanted to be able to do pull ups in my home. The bar is very sturdy and the grips are comfortable. It was easy to install, you just screw some brackets into your door frame. The problem is that you can't really do an effective push up unless you are 5' tall. I mounted it about 4" from the top of the door. At 6' tall, I have to bend my knees to do a pull up, then have to worry about hitting my head on the top of the door jamb. It was uncomfortable and I stopped using after a couple days, because I was exerting too much effort into trying to stay out of the way of the door jamb or keep my feet off the floor.

    I don't think this is a problem with this bar, but with almost all pull up bars mounted this way. I would highly recommend that people over 5' tall look for a door-mounted bar that is pushed out and up from the door frame rather than one that mounts on the inside. Either that, or a full-standing pull up bar.

    EDIT - 10/9/09 - After giving this bar another try with the P90X Extreme Home Fitness DVDs, I like it a lot more than I used to and wish I could bump up my rating to three stars. I found that if I mounted the bar very high up, about 1" from the top of the door frame, it works a lot better. You just have to get used to bending your knees. Additionally, it helps to mount it as close to the end of one side of the door frame as well (as opposed to directly in the middle). That way I do not have to concentrate on clearing my head from the top of the door. It is also nice that I can leave it in my door frame and it is pretty much out of the way and not as the bars you mount on the outside of doors.
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    30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Simon Ta on December 28, 2008
    Size Name: One Size
    i did my research and read the reviews about this bar. i guess i should've looked at the dates of the reviews as well. the newer reviews complain about the new brackets that screw into the doorway. these are square brackets with tabs on the side and DO NOT fit in standard doorways. there are little tabs that are off to the side of the brackets that secure the bar and keeps it from spinning. these are great and all, but they suck if you want to close the door. do not buy this product if you want to close the door after you install it, heck, don't buy the product at all. try something else. the picture that is in the description is old and is not what you will receive.
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    24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By scottls1 on July 29, 2007
    Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I haven't done a chin-up since way back (60 pounds ago- My record was then 27).
    This was "now" MUCH to difficult, for me...!?

    Then I talked to a fitness instructor, about my problem...?-

    He suggested that I turn regular chin-ups into a "much easier/better" isometric exercise!-
    Grab the bar (palms facing, for starters), and hop up (get a stool...), until chin is about even with the bar (you can support a little weight with legs on stool, if too difficult...).
    Then just hold that postion for a few seconds... (increase time..., as is comfortable...), then let yourself slowly down.
    Do this every "other" day (don't do/Arthritis...!- if joints or muscles, are sore...!).

    I'm now up to four sets of 30 seconds bi-daily, and rotate palms facing or palms away (pull-up)-
    My arms & back... have toned up, and I do so "!MUCH!" better at tennis/golf!

    I can now do a regular chin-up, but the "extra" strain REALLY makes my joints (shoulder, elbow) ache!
    I'll just stick with the isometrics...!

    Notes:
    1. I hung it in the bathroom doorway, to help remind me...!
    2. Yes- the bar rotates a little, if not gripped firmly (this is REALLY good, for toning your wrists...!)!
    3. I Love the cushioned foam grips, that don't cut off circulation to hands- like my old cushionless bar did!
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