Iron Gym Pull Up Bar
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And if I ever find I'm out of toilet paper, I can always have a pair of extra rolls on the pull up bar.
@The company that makes this --------- PLEASE READ
That plastic bar NEEDS to be metal!!!!
On the doorway it's nice and sturdy. I did find that you would be on the side opposite the door open side. This leaves me not being able to pull up all the way because it's in a downstairs hallway where the ceiling is just higher than the door. Then I realized all of our hallways have this problem so I'd be stuck without being able to pull up completely to the top. This means you don't get to really at the top and it's more strain in the end. I guess you can look at it from the perspective of you're working harder too. LOL I don't mind just wanted to advise you that it may happen if your ceiling is just barely higher than your doorway like many older homes have.
It's very stable and leaves no marks on the doorway. It took a few minutes to screw together and then it's up and running. If you want a simple, economical piece of equipment to do chin-ups with it's great. Just be aware of a few things I've learned after owning it. None of those things stop me from using it and it's easily put away when guests are coming.
It's a great simple piece of equipment. I find myself wishing I could somehow go to the other side of the doorway. This would mean I have to remove the door and who wants to do that? It's not going to stop you from using it, but for some doorways it's not optimal.
Sometimes, in all things, the old ideas are the best - and in this case, it certainly is true. Pull-ups/Chin ups may be an old style workout, but can still make a quality addition to any work out.