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Lifeline Pullup Revolution

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  • Adjustable pull up assistance system
  • Assist in pull up efficiency
  • Perform more reps-higher quality reps
  • 100 lbs of adjusted power assistance
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Lifeline Pullup Revolution + Tony Horton's P90X3 Base Kit - DVD Workout + Black Mountain Products Resistance Band Set with Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Exercise Chart, and Resistance Band Carrying Case
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Product Description

Unleash the potential of your pull-up bar. Convert it into a revolutionary full-body muscle sculpting machine. The Pull-up Revolution Plus has a patented design that provides easily adjustable assistance. Assisting up to 100 pounds of your body weight, it opens up an entirely new level of bar exercises, allowing you to sculpt and strengthen more muscles than ever before. The Pull-up Revolution will take you from any starting fitness level to above and beyond the bar. Improve arm, shoulders, and chest strength with assisted pull ups and chin ups. Build stabilizer muscles in abs and back with planks, pushups and knee ups!

-Three 16” resistance cables (R6 resistance level)
-One foot stirrup with cable pocket
- One bar attachment hook with webbing strap and cable pocket
-Included Downloadable Workout

- Assist in pull up efficiency
- Perform more reps and higher quality reps
-100 lbs. of adjusted power assistance

- Perform more proper form pull up reps
- Do extra reps past muscle exhaustion
- Develop a V-shaped torso–broad shoulders and narrow waist
- Gain assistance throughout entire motion
- Progressively get stronger–decrease assistance over time
- Easy to follow Included Downloadable Workout

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003KNC1MO
  • Item model number: 4-PUR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,666 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Having this product to assist has been really helpful and I use it just about every day.
Can easily adjust the amount of stretch and how low it hangs as well as it's really easy to put on or remove from the bar.
J. Curtis
I love doing pull-ups and using the pullup revolution allows me to do a lot more than I can with my body weight.
G. Chavez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Rob on July 5, 2011
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The overall product is exactly what was described and very well made and sturdy. The problem is that the resistance it offers isn't what most people attempting pullups for the first time are going to need. There are few things more depressing then putting up your bar, putting this thing in place, and then stepping into the stirrup and pretty much just sinking to the floor and staying there.

It is really hard to build up the strength to do pullups - i say this as someone who used to have the strength but then got seriously out of shape - as the various forms of practice assistance tend to just muck the matter up and not have you fully engage the proper muscles. The Pullup Revolution is a step in the right direction, but the three lightweight bands are only going to help short and/or skinny people get over the bar.

Thankfully Lifeline has their own website that i managed to find and they sell the bands separately that can be used with the Pullup Revolution. Amazon also sells the various resistance-levels if you phrase the search properly. Do some real math and an honest inventory of your strength - your weight minus the resistance of the bands and whether you can realistically pull that much up. There's a reason you're not doing pullups without this thingy. And I think the resistance offered as the "Default" is way too light for most people who can't do pullups.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Paquette on August 21, 2010
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Hey everyone! I'll preface my comments by saying I'm a U.S. Marine that got off active duty and let myself get a bit too far out of shape following shoulder surgery. Because of this I needed to get myself back up to speed, and not being able to afford a full gym membership I decided to go the low-tech route. I got the doorway pullup bar and have been having trouble with my surgically repaired shoulder. So I'd been on a quest to find something to help. I'd tried just using a stool or chair to give me an assist, then I tried doing negative pullups, but still felt off.

Here's where the pullup revolution comes in. I literally got this today and have been using it off and on and let me say you do notice a difference sort of like using the gravitron machine. The reason I took a star off is because it seems to be designed to be used with a free standing pull up bar that goes well above your head, so in other words it's a bit awkward to use with one of the door mounted pull up bars because you need to have your legs fully extended. When I'm using it I have to either curl my knees up towards my chest (which I've always been told is bad form)or stick your legs out and lean back almost as if your doing rows.
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79 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Rob Neff on May 9, 2012
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First, I'm a little annoyed at the design of the upper plastic piece which naturally rotates 90 degrees and catches on your clothing, but otherwise this is an excellent product and is highly recommended for P90X/P90X2. Note, the bands assist more at the bottom than the top so it works the muscle more when it's short than when it's long.

If you weight ~165 and can do at least 1 pullup or come close, I'd get Red. If you aren't close to being able to do a pull-up or are really heavy, try Yellow or Green. If you can do 6 pullups, move up a color (Orange or Magenta), if you can do 12 pullups, try purple.

Teal (~20lbs assistance at bottom)
Red (~100lbs assistance at bottom)
Blue (~150lbs assistance at bottom)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Janet Clarke on January 23, 2011
As a long-time classical weightlifter, I'm naturally suspicious of any fitness gadgets that come on the market. Most don't work, are flimsy and just a plain waste of money. And I bought this product fully expecting to hate it and return it in a few days.

But I wanted to give it a try, because one of my long-time goals that I've never managed is to be able to do 10 free pullups....a difficult target, since I'm female.

Well, I haven't got there yet...but in less than one week I'm already making progress.

As long as you have an available bar (or freestanding pull up tower) this product is terrific! I wouldn't try to use this on some of the door bars...you do need room to swing forward a bit. And the wider and more unobstructed the pull up area is, the better. With a hanging knee lift tower, make sure to do pullups facing away from the back rest.

It turns any bar into a home-made Gravitron...better even, since Gravitrons take all the stabilization muscles out of the exercise. This doesn't. It's sturdy, and way cheaper than other assistance powerlifting bands on the market.

My *only* complaint is the position of the plastic connection bracket, near the foot. It tends to rub against the shin a bit, which is annoying. But over time, I think you can learn to position your foot to avoid that, and wear boots, if necessary.

GREAT product. I'm on my way to 10 pullups! And it's really addictive!

PS: There's apparently a "Pro" version that has a pushup assistance belt. Wish I'd known about that, too...and hope that Lifeline makes it available as a standalone accessory to purchase...

ADDENDUM 3/3/11 - Still LOVE the product...but have to say that the customer service is beyond ABYSMAL.
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