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ProSource Heavy-Duty Easy Gym Doorway Chin-Up/Pull-Up Bar

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  • Portable all-in-one pull-up/chin-up bar with multiple grip positions--slips into doorways or mounts on wall
  • Slip-in design adjusts to fit most doorframes from 24 to 32 inches wide without screws
  • High-grade steel construction with ProSource Comfort Grip technology
  • Exercises develop back, chest, shoulders, arms, and abdominal muscles
  • Maximum weight limit of 300 pounds; optional wall mount brackets included
  • Heavy-duty construction with ProSource technology for comfort grips
  • High-grade steel chin-up/pull-up bar
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ProSource Heavy-Duty Easy Gym Doorway Chin-Up/Pull-Up Bar + Definity HHP-001 Pair of Push Up Bars + Tony Horton's P90X3 Base Kit - DVD Workout
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The Heavy Duty Easy Gym Doorway Chin-up Pull-up Bar from ProSource provides an inexpensive way to tone and build muscles at home, without large equipment or marring your doorframe with installation screws. Designed to slip into doorways from 24 to 32 inches wide, the Easy Gym can be installed anywhere you have a sturdy doorframe. But, if you have a permanent location in mind, the gym can also be mounted to the wall with the optional, included wall brackets. Thanks to the gym's multi-position design, you will be able to develop your back, chest, shoulders, arms, and abdominal compound muscles with one simple piece of equipment. In addition to traditional pull-ups and chin-ups, the bar allows you to perform closed-wide angle and hammer grips as well as multiple leg raises and oblique curls. Built to last, the Easy Gym is constructed of high-grade steel with ProSource Comfort Grip technology for a secure and pain-free grip. The bar's maximum weight capacity is 300 pounds within a sturdy doorframe.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002YQUP7Q
  • Item model number: fs-1003-cu
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (498 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The pull up bar is solid and constructed very well.
Jay From PA
The instructions for the product were easy to follow and it was very easy to put together.
Nathan P.
This is the only reason I did not give this product a better review.
DooDa

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246 of 261 people found the following review helpful By Zoey Cole on August 4, 2010
I bought this to use with the P90X workout series, but I haven't started the workouts yet. I have been using the pull-up bar though and it does feel sturdy. I am a 175lbs male and I workout fairly regularly. Although the bar seems very stable, the grips are cheap and after the first day of usage, one of the grips tore. I am thinking of simply removing them and wrapping the ends of the bars with white athletic tape to provide a non-slip grip.

I do have a couple gripes about the "instructions" (I use that word very loosely), that came with the bar. First, the front of the box says "No need for screws, bolts or fasteners." The first thing I pull out of the box: Screws, anchors, and door brackets. There wasn't any instructions on when you would need to use these or when it would advise it to be safe to not use them. The instructions simply show you how to use the door brackets when mounting the bar. Secondly, there are 10 long screws in total, 8 which the instructions simply label as "D" and the remaining 2 which it labels as "E." The pictures in the instructions are horrendous so you can't tell the difference between D and E. After staring at the screws way too long, I finally figured out the 2 "E" screws' threading don't go all the way to the head of the screw. Phew! Next issue is that there is only a picture to tell you how to put the various segments of the bar together. I finally just looked at the picture on the box, which seems to have had its copy written by a 3rd grader who couldn't figure out which way they wanted to spell and capitalize the word chin-up, and determined the proper fitting.
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100 of 106 people found the following review helpful By thickwaistedman on June 21, 2010
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The bar itself is well made and does exactly what I expected. I weigh over 200 lbs and it feels solid when I use it in a doorway. It comes with J brackets to make it extra secure in the door frame. The only negative is that the directions are incomprehensible. I put it together by looking at the picture on the front of the box. The picture in the directions didn't have enough contrast to tell if the part was above or below the other parts. Other than the directions, though, everything else was perfect. I've used it for a few days and there's no marks on my woodwork, nor is it feeling any less solid than when I started using it.

18 months later, still solid as a rock. Me, not so solid, pullups are hard.
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198 of 223 people found the following review helpful By B. Gresham on April 14, 2012
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I read so many good reviews about this product, I was interested.
I read so many bad reviews about this product, I was worried.
Sound familiar???

Let me tell you, the good reviews are spot on.

All the reviews saying things like "I couldn't understand the directions, they were so bad!", or "the rounded screw heads are marring my woodwork!" and "no matter how much I tightened it, the thing is still loose and wobbly" are clearly missing something upstairs, if you know what I mean.

OK, I admit, that was probably a bit harsh.

But seriously, if you've ever assembled a piece of chinese-made particle-board furniture you get from a big box store, this is no different. Same type of instructions, same method of assembly. And yes, *THERE ARE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS*. There's a chart identifying each part with a letter and a set of written instructions explaining how to assemble the parts with the screws. Also, as any experienced particle-furniture assembler knows, you don't tighten any screws until they are all in-place. Then tighten, and yes THEY WILL TIGHTEN COMPLETELY -- and the product is ROCK-SOLID.

Assembly tip: the bars that lay on top of other bars, if you look closely, have a concave-bevel around the screws on one side of the bar. If you face that bevel towards the other bar, the 2 bars are going to fit a whole lot better together and help lock things together once you tighten the screws. Not in the instructions, so thought I'd mention it.

As for mounting. Yeah, sure, the first time that's a bit tricky... but honestly, it's not that hard.
This is one area the instructions could be more clear about.
All of the different grips are made of foam.
Except 4 of them.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Jung I. Lee on August 7, 2012
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This is a well constructed pull up bar, and I had no problem assembling it. Everything fits well and securely. Unfortunately that's where the good news end.

My doorway frame is about 7" deep including the molding on both sides. Top part of the molding is about 5" tall. The product doesn't even come close to fitting. So if your door is close to my measurements, don't order this product. It 'might' fit ok with around 3.5" molding and less than 6.5" depth frame.

It's a real shame because with couple of more adjustment holes, and some extra length is all it's needed to make this fit to wider range of doors.

Edit: I was able to fit this in one of the doors in my basement, which has smaller molding of about 3" with about 6.5 - 7" deep frame. I think 6.5 - 7" deep doorway is fairly standard. If yours is much thicker or much thinner, this device will not work.

Edit 2: See pictures below.

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Also, even with rubberized parts, the device will leave black scuff marks and indentation on front-facing molding or your doorway. I recommend you wrap the rubberized parts with additional padding materials.
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