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Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar - Extreme Edition

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  • Steel
  • Imported
  • 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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Product Description


Strengthen your back, chest, biceps, shoulders, abs, and more in the comfort of your living room or dorm with the Iron Gym Extreme Edition workout bar. An upgraded version of the original Iron Gym, the Extreme Edition boasts two additional grip positions for a total of five: the default narrow, neutral, and wide positions of the first Iron Gym, plus alternate wide and side grips. When installed in the doorway, the device lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with several options for working the inner and outer back. Once you're done with your back workout, you can quickly move the Iron Gym to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the Iron Gym for foot stability.

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.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 39 x 11 inches ; 7.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Andorra
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001ND04U4
  • Item model number: IRONGX-MC4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (830 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,877 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The product works very well and is very sturdy.
Robert C. Baylis
With that being said, here are some of the reasons I did not give it a full 5 stars: 1) The ab straps are not included.
The Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar - Extreme Edition is a great piece of home workout equipment.

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2,706 of 2,792 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Bretz on April 12, 2009
I was a little leery of making this purchase. Normally, products that seem too simple for too reasonable of a price just never end up satisfying in the way you hope (e.g. The Dodge Neon, anything on Jack in the Box's value menu, my two years at DeVry). But this? Oh. Oh, my faith has been restored in cheap American products.

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'.
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1,001 of 1,037 people found the following review helpful By Oavde on January 8, 2010
Product works, and is strong enough for a 100kg person, but it damages the door frame.

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.
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263 of 278 people found the following review helpful By I. Eisenhood on April 3, 2009
Depending on the size of your door frame the rating can be anywhere from 1-5 stars. The assembly is pretty straight forward (the instructions weren't very good, but you really just need to look at the picture and put the pieces in the correct place). It's a solid piece of equipment and the quality seems good. Here's the problem: it says that this will fit any door frame from 24" to 32". What I discovered is that the ends of the 'U' shaped pieces stick out past the bar that is supposed to rest against the molding. This makes the rubber protective sleeves useless since they are not touching the molding. If your door frame is less than 31" then you will want to find another product. If your frame is 31" to 33" then this would be great. My door frame is 28.5" and I'm having to place towels between the molding and the metal ends so I don't gouge the wood. If I could make another purchase I would buy one with a simpler grip system that actually made use of the foam/rubber padding. Also, you don't need to mount this piece to your wall. It works just fine without the wall mount.
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116 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Jaxe on February 6, 2009
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I've used this with the P90X program for three weeks now and have had zero problems. I'm about 200 pounds and have never felt unsafe on it. No hardware needed to attach it, easy to assemble, sturdy materials, and comfortable grips. Definitely the best choice for me in Jan 09.

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.
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