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Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar - Extreme Edition
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- Upper body workout bar designed to strengthen your chest, shoulders, back, arms, and more
- Installs in doorway for pull-ups and chin-ups, or sits on floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups
- Sturdy steel frame mounts quickly and removes easily without tools or fasteners
- Fits conveniently in residential doorways 24 to 34 inches wide, with 3.5-inch trim/molding
- 5 total grip positions for versatile workouts; holds up to 300 pounds
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The Iron Gym is the ultimate workout tool for people who want to shape their upper bodies and tone their midsections. And unlike many other workout bars, the Extreme Edition installs conveniently in most doorway frames without damaging your walls or doors with a permanent installation. Just take it off the door when you're finished--no harm done. Sporting a durable steel frame, the Iron Gym Extreme Edition holds up to 300 pounds and is designed to fit residential doorways between 24 to 32 inches, with trim or molding up to 3.5 inches wide.
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Because, you see, kids. This is a WELL ENGINEERED cheap American product. Yes, a rarity. I was worried that it would be difficult to assemble. I was worried that it wouldn't really hang from my door frame. I was worried that it would break under my underwhelming 155lbs. I was worried the Utah Jazz wouldn't be able to gear up and start winning road games as the playoffs grew nigh.
I mostly worried for naught.
I assembled the Iron Gym Extreme in about 15 minutes. Probably could have done so a lot more quickly, but I was distracted by Boston Legal on DVD, and by gunning my power ratchet wrench at my cat to stop her from playing in the packing materials.
(Note: You do NOT need your own tools to assemble this product. It comes with a little tool. But you can speed up the process with your own tools. You should have your own tools anyway, you know? Be a man.)
Once you assemble the Iron Gym Extreme, you'll need to pick a doorway. It seemed to fit all my doorways perfectly, but I have heard word of older houses having issues. You will need to insert a small metal wedge into the top of your doorjamb. This helps to secure the device and make sure it doesn't fall on anyone's head. It's not as scary as it sounds, you just kinda shove the thing behind the wood. Then you kinda wiggle it and say "Will that hold it?" Then a few minutes later you say "Gol-darn, it WILL hold it. Ain't that somethin'.Read more ›
Product has changed through time, mine came with a metal block not a plastic one (probably since the plastic ones were breaking) and knurled handles for the pushups. Pushups and dips are WORTHLESS on this, they should never have compromised it to suit those purposes. The knurled plastic pushup handles are the same parts of the device that apply pressure to the doorframe - the ridges indent into the wood. Probably this can be fixed by slipping a piece of thin wood between the device and the doorframe, but it is an unnecessary complication and the damage is done.
The bolts I received, instead of 8 of the big kind and 2 of the flatheads, I got 10 of the big kind, rounded head bolts .... the two bolts that were meant ot be flathead, well the roundhead went through the wall, denting the soft wall above the frame. I have fixed this by sliding a thin piece of wood between the bar and the wall, and I put a piece of paper between the bolthead and wall and the paper was undamaged so it is not touching the wall anymore. BUT COME ON! Stupid bolts. Wish I had noticed first, I had even read a review by someone else and missed that point.
If it does not fit your door, you are stuffed. So, here are the elusive measurements that I could not find anywhere. Tags for poor customers searching the internet are here
iron gym deluxe extreme measurements dimensions width door size
Width of support bar on top of door: 45.Read more ›
The only downside is a slight mark from the black foam on my white door frame. It's very slight but if you have a spouse that cares about that and is tall enough to notice it, you may need to wrap it with some fabric.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't work with my door due to the molding , and not worth returning. So I'm stuck with it.Published 4 days ago by M. Ozkurt
This thing kicks ass and offers a buttload of workout options. The extra-wide grip addition makes this thing a great investment for anybody looking to turn limited space into a... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Spiff Webster
this product showed up way ebfpre the expected delivery which was awesome. easy to assemble. I use it for sit ups. great for my husband to use for pull ups. wortht he money. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Molly Smash
I have this model and the more basic model from the same company. Buy this one, you won't regret it. It just gives you more options.Published 21 days ago by Alphacarbon
I moved a few times and didn't have a problem with it fitting on any of my doors.
Bought just the one a while back and still have it to this day. Read more
Compact. Sturdy. Perfect for those who are easily distracted.Published 24 days ago by Jeff Carpenter
Seems ok, but seriously damages your door frame. Also, I weigh 180 lbs and it doesnt feel very sturdy, seems like some pieces are already bending.Published 25 days ago by Rob Baxter