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Maximum Fitness Gear All-In-One Doorway Chin-Up Bar with Ab Exercise Guide

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  • Multiple grip positions allow you to build and tone upper body compound muscles
  • Professional quality, heavy-duty training tool supports up to 300 pounds (when attached to sturdy door trim)
  • Comes with thick padding and non-slip comfort grips
  • Simple assembly; attaches and removes easily from the doorframe; fits doorways up to 36 inches wide
  • Excellent for push ups and tricep dips
  • Requires sturdy doorframe with trim (minimum 5-inch width to maximum 6-inch width)
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Maximum Fitness Gear All-In-One Doorway Chin-Up Bar with Ab Exercise Guide + Definity HHP-001 Pair of Push Up Bars + Black Mountain Products Resistance Band Set with Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Exercise Chart, and Resistance Band Carrying Case
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Product Description

Product Description

MFG456900 Features: -Product Type:Chin-Up Bars -Portable:Yes -Hand Grips:Yes -Weight Capacity:151-300 lb -Weight:< 10 lb. Dimensions: -Overall Product Weight:10

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The All-In-One Doorway Chin-Up Bar strengthens and develops your shoulders, back, and arms. It's simple to assemble and attaches easily to doorways up to 36 inches wide. Includes a bonus Top 20 Exercises To Six Pack Abs Guide.

Features and Specifications:

  • Multiple grip positions allow you to build and tone upper body compound muscles
  • Develops biceps, triceps, forearms, and abs
  • Professional quality, heavy duty, and portable
  • Comes with thick padding and non-slip comfort grips
  • Simple assembly; easily attaches and removes from door frame
  • Fits doorways with sturdy frames 24 to 36 inches wide
  • Maximum weight: 300 pounds (with sturdy door trim)
  • Includes Top 20 Exercises to Six Packs Ab
  • Can be used with popular DVD workout programs

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 44 x 10 x 2 inches ; 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002LN9XJI
  • Item model number: MFG456900
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (359 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,958 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to assemble and very sturdy.
K. Breon
Please save your money and buy something else.
xiaopeng liu
Fits perfectly on my 32" door frame.
JFife

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Craig A. Mckerlie on April 7, 2010
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UPDATE 5/24/2010:
I promised that I would update this review and someone asked recently about measurements. So, with that in mind I measured the pull up bar. It would work in a doorway that is between 36 inches and 42 inches. If your doorway is smaller then 36 inches or wider then 42 inches, do not bother. My doorway is smaller then 36 inches and even though I was able to put spacer blocks on each end of the bar that goes against the wall, I would not recommend doing this. Just be aware of the opening if it is not within the measurements given, then, do not bother with this or any other doorway pull up bar.

REASON FOR SPACER BLOCKS:
I installed the spacer blocks because there is a small piece of tubing that sticks out the back side of the bar. This tubing was damaging the molding around the doorway, by adding the spacer blocks I was able to keep the tubing from damaging the molding.
Look at the picture of the pull up or chin up bar. You will see a flat horizontal bar that goes on the back side of the doorway and rests on the molding above the door (this is the highest bar in the picture). Below that you will see the longer horizontal tube (or bar) which goes on the outside of the doorway and comes in contact with the molding on either side of the doorway.

ONE OTHER NOTE: If you are living in a new home, manufactured home, trailer, or some modular homes there is a chance the interior walls may have been built with 2 X 3 studs. If this is the case the walls are thinner then if they were built using 2 X 4 studs, this too can cause issues with the bar not fitting properly and possibly damaging the molding on the side of the door which the flat horizontal bar rests on. I cannot say for certain if using the optional mounting brackets would solve this problem.
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102 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Faubus on December 17, 2009
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I shopped around and I have many years of fitness experience and so I didn't make this choice lightly. Yes, it smells of chemicals but it's probably because it was packed before the paint fully cured. The smell goes away by the time you get it together and use it a couple of times. The grips are good but they're a bit soft and made of foam so I don't expect they'll last a long time. The area of the bar that comes into contact with the doorframe is a hard plastic with a textured surface that will leave an impression in the wood plus the natural up-down flex will rub a bit. The flat area on the back is fine and I don't see any noticeable marks on the wall. Yes, some of the more gimmicky exercises rank right up there with using it as a grill for a compact pickup. Still, there's no simpler way to have pull-up capability at home. Portable? Yes. Does it come apart easily for compact transport? Don't even think about it. The beauty is it goes on quick, you work out, then put it away. Truly easy, effective and versatile since there are more grip locations than the single bar type. I even use the bends where there is no foam and it's no problem. I bought some fitness bands to keep my reps high and I just leave them on it and use them as I desire. Can't test the weight limit though, I'm less than a buck 50. The top 20 guide is a leaflet and my "kit" came with no tools. Didn't use the included brackets. The stupidest thing they did with this kit is provide you a "printed on both sides" piece of paper of 20 exercise pictures but NONE of them use the bar. The only exercise pictures using the bar are on the box which I am sure most people will throw away/recycle. Come on guys, sheesh. Still a great product.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By L. Walters on June 3, 2010
I've used this product for almost a year now for P90X/P90X+ and it has worked great, but it also depends on whether you have a good door frame for it. I'm 6'2" ,weigh just over 200 lbs, and initially I just used the bar 'as is' in my living room door frame. It wasn't long however that I realized that the side pieces (that rest on the front sides of the door frame where there is typically trim) had worn through multiple layers of paint, chipping them off, and eventually digging down into the wood fibers of the molding and grinding them away.

Here's how to avoid this: Take a couple of hand towels (that you might normally use as sweat rags), fold them long and skinny and wrap them tightly around the side pieces and then wrap tape around them multiple times to hold the wrapping in place. Duck tape is probably best but I used painters tape and its been fine. This will cushion those side pieces and protect your trim. I also tried foam pipe insulation, but that quickly eats away and you have to continuously replace it. This way will stay in place and you won't have to keep messing with it. This should be plenty stable assuming you have a good door frame, and the part of the bar that reaches under and grips the top of the door frame can still make a good hold. I recently moved and this is no longer the case for any of my door frames, so I may have to try one of the other bars.

SAFETY NOTE: When testing this bar in a door frame, once you put all your weight on the bar for the 1st time, keep the bottoms of your feet facing the floor in case the bar slips while hanging, you'll have a better chance of landing the right way. I've done the instinctive thing which is to bend the knees while hanging, big mistake, I landed on my knee caps pretty hard. Once you know its a good door frame and the bar is stable, you should be to do whatever you want with your legs and not worry about it.
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