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Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar
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- Ideal for pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches, and more
- Three grip positions, narrow, wide, and neutral
- Uses leverage to hold against the doorway so there are no screws and no damage to door. Installs in seconds.
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Iron Gym is the multi function training bar that combines every exercise you need to build a powerful upper body. Its the ultimate body sculpting and strength building tool that helps shape the upper body and tones your midsection. The durable steel construction holds up to 300 lbs. It is designed to fit residential doorways 24" to 32" wide with doorway trim or molding up to 3 ½ inches wide.
Strengthen your back, biceps, and other upper body muscles in the comfort of your living room or dorm with the Iron Gym workout bar. Designed to fit conveniently in most doorway frames or sit on the floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups, the Iron Gym is an ideal choice for people who want to get fit without buying expensive, space-intensive weight sets. When installed in the doorway, the device lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with three grip positions--narrow, neutral, and wide--for working the inner and outer back. Once you're done with your back workout, you can quickly move the Iron Gym to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the Iron Gym for foot stability.
The Iron Gym--whose durable steel frame installs quickly without tools or fasteners--holds up to 300 pounds and is designed to fit residential doorways 24 to 32 inches wide, with doorway trim or molding up to 3.5 inches wide.
Top Customer Reviews
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!!!!
The main issue is that the long cross bar is made of 2 pieces that fit together in the middle by sliding together (similar to a curtain rod). I am a mere 160 lbs, and there is *noticeable* flex at this joint. Honestly, it doesn't really feel very safe.
The second problem is that on a standard with door frame, there is not really very much room for hanging on to the outer grips because half of that grip end up laying just over the trim. If you have large hands, this could very well be an issue.
If it weren't for the hassle, I would return mine. As it is, I'll likely end up getting a more robust replacement after a few weeks.
You can also use this bar for dips and as a push-up bar, though I prefer to use a chair and actual push-up bars. The health guide that comes with the instructions, on the other hand, is laughably bad. I didn't pay for their dietary advice, so I'm still giving them five stars, but seriously, don't pay it any attention if you're new to shaping your diet for your fitness goals.
I've used this bar for a couple of years now.
Worst things first - the bar was shipped to me with some faulty hardware (a bent bolt, a useless nut, or the like). I didn't bother returning it -- I just went to the hardware store and bought a similar bolt / nut for about a dollar. It was disappointing, but not that big of a deal.
Sturdiness - If you're 200lbs or less, I can say that this bar will hold you (I've worn weights to reach about 200lbs). After two years or so, some of the foam has become a little squished and cracked. Nothing problematic.
Hand placement - with my slightly larger-than-average build, the bars cross exactly where I would naturally place my hands. That is annoying. I have to choose to do either slightly narrow pullups, or slightly wide pullups.
Fit - the bar fit several of my interior doorframes.
I already knew what I was getting because he has one at his house and I had tried it out. (I am still not able to complete even one chin-up yet, but I am much closer than when I started, and my son assures me that if I continue trying a few times each day, I will get there in time.)
This is no miracle in a box. It is a tool, that is exactly what it claims to be. What you get out of it is determined by how much effort you put in, but as such, it can be quite useful.