Elevated Chin Up Station by GoFit
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- Instantly and easily mounts in a standard doorway with no screws, using leverage and gravity
- Multi-use Chin Up Station elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout
- Fits most standard doorways (32 to 34 inches); Padded handles for various grips
- Use for chin-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, dips, abdominals, and more
- Includes 1 Elevated Chin Up Station with all assembly hardware, laminated exercise flip book, parts and assembly instructions
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Elevated Chin Up Station
The Elevated Chin Up Station takes chin ups to a new level — literally.
Our multi-use Chin Up Station incorporates a new patent-pending design which elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout.
Weight Limit: 300 Lbs
- 1 Elevated Chin Up Station with all assembly hardware
- Laminated exercise flip book
- Parts and assembly instructions
The Multi-Use Elevavated Chin Up Station
New Patent-Pending Design
Elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout.
Complete Body Workout
The Multi-Use Elevated Chin Up Station is the Complete Body Workout. Perform crunches comfortably and effectively.
Use for chin-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, dips, abdominals, and more.
Instantly and Easily Mounts
The Elevated Chin Up Station instantly and easily mounts in a doorway with no screws, using leverage and gravity.
Fits most standard doorways (32 to 34 inches). It may be removed quickly and easily at any time with no tools.
|Elevated Chin Up Station||Chin Up Bar|
|Feature 1||Elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout||Adjust to fit most standard width interior door frames|
|Feature 2||Instantly and easily mounts in a standard doorway with no screws, using leverage and gravity||Not only is the bar perfect for chin-ups, its can also be used as a foot anchor for sit-ups and crunches|
The GoFit Story
Train. Recover. Repeat. This simple fitness philosophy can help you get results, and go 'fit' through life. GoFit offers gear and training for a total home-fitness solution designed to get real results for real people. It’s not a one-time-and-done solution, but a life-long process—a philosophy of fitness: Train. Recover. Repeat. Follow this course of action and you’ll get real results.
THE ELEVATED CHIN UP STATION TAKES CHIN UPS TO A NEW LEVEL — literally. Our multi-use Chin Up Station incorporates a new patent-pending design which elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout.
The Elevated Chin Up Station instantly and easily mounts in a standard doorway with no screws, using leverage and gravity. It may be removed quickly and easily at any time with no tools. It can be used for chin ups and pull ups in several hand positions at two elevations, as well as sit ups, pushups and dips when mounted low or placed on the floor. Abdominal straps are sold separately and are great for working your abs and obliques. Ab Strap eyebolts are included with the ECS and are easy to install.
Constructed of molded steel and painted with durable enamel, the GoFit Elevated Chin Up Station is built to last. The unit has 3 foam hand grip locations and padded tubing where the unit contacts with the door frame. Fits most standard-sized doorways 32"" to 34"". A solid and secured door frame is required for proper installation.
Includes: 1 Elevated Chin Up Station with all assembly hardware, laminated exercise flip book, parts and assembly instructions
Weight Limit: 300 Lbs
Accessories Available for Separate Purchase: Ab Straps Wipe clean with damp cloth and mild soap, air dry.
The Elevated Chin up station raises the bar for a full range of motion and takes your chin-up routine to a whole new level--literally. This multi-use Chin Up Station by GoFit incorporates a new patent-pending design that elevates you above the door frame giving more clearance and a full range of motion for a better workout.The Elevated Chin Up Station instantly and easily mounts in a standard doorway with no screws, using leverage and gravity. The Station can be used for chin ups and pull ups in several hand positions at two elevations, as well as sit ups, push ups, and dips. Abdominal straps are sold separately, to be attached onto provided eyebolt.
What's in the Box?
- Elevated Chin Up Station
- Assembly Hardware
- Laminated Exercise Booklet
- Assembly Instructions
- Fits most standard doorways
- Dimensions: 36 by 10.5 y 11.5 inches (W x H x D)
- Weight Limit: 300 pounds
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Top customer reviews
First off let me say I saw the problems that people described while putting this thing together and I had no trouble getting around them. In fact I took notes so I could post here tips for putting it together.
1) Skip step 4 of the instructions this is where you make the two bolts not line up. You can and should do step 4 last.
2) Do not tighten anything until everything is together. The reason being is if you try to tighten it during assembly you will end up with uneven bars ( like I did but I fixed it)
3) when it is all together put the bar up side down on a hard flat surface, This will get the bars square
4) now tighten the bolts from the top down (with it upside down you are starting with the straight bar that is normally the bottom.
Being a perfectionist I got mine perfect and then learned that not a single doorway in my house is even, but it's all plenty good enough. I feel this is a fantastic product I have been using it all day.
Sadly I don't think I will be able to use my arms tomorrow :)
This pullup bar is exactly what you want if you have a low door frame height, or are taller. The second, elevated bar, adds about 9" of height compared to standard door frame bars. The top bar ends up about 4" higher than the bottom of the door frame.
Sturdy enough to handle kipping. I occasionally do kipping pullups and the bar has no problem with this dynamic type of movement, although I'm not as aggressive as I would be on a solid fixed bar.
This is typical of all inexpensive pullup bars, but the station feels a bit flimsy when assembled and installed. While secure, the bar has a bit of side to side wobble or shake, due to the bolts used, and the construction. I've used this bar multiple times a week for about 6 months, and it is still just as solid as when I bought it. Coming from a single piece construction pullup bar, the bar movement was troubling to me at first.
The bars will mark the doorframe slightly when they make contact. In my previous apartment, slight red marks were evident where the bars made contact with the door frame. In my current installation, the black door frame pads have left Quarter sized marks on the door frame that will have to be repainted.
6 Month Update:
I've used this pullup bar multiple times per week for the past six months. It has held up great despite using it for strict and kipping pullups, and hanging gymnastic rings from the bars. I checked the bolts and they haven't loosened. Based on the performance so far, I expect to get many more years out of this product.
12 Month Update:
The bar is still working great but I've begun to wear through the left hand foam grip pad. There is a large hole and I am mostly gripping bare metal now. I've used the product for 2-3 workouts per week for 1 year. So far I have been able to rotate the grip around and use the underside but it is only a matter of time until it wears away completely.
1) Elevated with adjustable height. I'm 5'6" and can reach the top bar if I reach, on the middle setting. Adjustable height means up to an inch up or down, by the way.
2) Very sturdy. I'm more worried about my doorframe than this bar falling apart. Many of the pieces are joined with nuts that have some kind of rubber/loctite material already in them. The bar may feel wobbly when you're just holding it, but once it's braced in a doorframe it's rock solid.
3) I'm able to hang Metolius Rock Grips from it.
4) It has not harmed my doorframe yet and doesn't seem to put much pressure on the top of my doorframe.
1) Assembly was a bit of a pain. Like most people, I had some issues with the bolts. They included a wrong number of locking bolts and capped bolts. Also, the long eye bolts were different lengths. However, I just used whatever they gave me and it worked.
2) One of the holes in the straight bar is drilled about a couple millimeters too narrowly. As such, the bar is a bit lopsided and hangs slightly lower on the right side. Yes, I followed the instructions and tightened the bolts all at the end. This doesn't affect the bar's stability in a doorframe and is barely noticeable, but if you pay attention you can see it. That said, the tiny bit of unleveling doesn't hurt my workouts at all.
Overall: Worth using if you have standard doorways and don't want a power tower in your home. It's not a perfect product but it does exactly what you really need it to do.
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