Lebert Fitness Dip Bar Stand - Original Equalizer Total Body Strengthener Pull Up Bar Home Gym Exercise Equipment Dipping Station - Hip Resistance Band, Workout Guide and Online Group
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- ORIGINAL EQUALIZER BODY PRESS STATION: With over 100 workouts available for beginners to advanced athletes, this sturdy and stable dip stand works great as a pullup bar, dipping station, push up bar for arm exercises, L-sits, knee & leg raises, and more
- DESIGNED FOR THE PERFECT FIT: Lebert EQualizer Bars are available in two sizes and tested rigorously to ensure the right fit for you and your safety - Regular (28" high) fits users up to 5' 10" while the taller XL (31" high) is best for users over 5' 10"
- FREE-STANDING BARS: Separate, unconnected bars offer superior stability and versatility, and are critical to any dip stand exercise as it creates the instability needed for an effective parallette bar style routine with proper form and tower alignment
- ACCESS TO ONLINE FITNESS GROUP: As a welcome to the Lebert Fitness family, you will be invited to join our private online fitness group featuring free workout programs, extensive support and coaching tools designed to get you started and stay motivated
- INCLUDES: Two EQualizer bars with heavy duty foam handles, resistance band, exercise guide, and access to an online coaching group. Bars support up to 400lbs, are easy to assemble, stack and store and are great for your home gym or group class bootcamps
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About 5'9 165lbs and I have long arms. I bought these bars specifically so I could train the front lever at home. Keep reading...
Hopefull this review answers any and all questions you may have. I spent quite some time searching for a review similar to the one I'm about to leave, but to no avail. Alright, so the Lebert Fitness EQualizer Bars... Where do I begin. Over priced? I would say without a doubt, yes. However, they are the tallest dip bars I could find to fit my needs. I ordered the black XL. Took me about 5mins to assemble the bars. Very straight forward in that regard. Some reviews mentioned they aren't so stable. I can see why they say that and I suppose I would agree, but if YOU are stable then so are the bars. If you were to add sand to the inside of the bottom of the bars that would alleviate that I'm sure. Some reviews say they wobble and don't even sit flat on the ground. I too will agree because one of my bars is kind of like this, but I use them on carpet so I don't necessarily feel it or see it like others might. The DVD that is included, stated to be a $50 value is useless and definitely not worth $50. It might be useful if you have absolutely no clue about fitness and you don't know what youtube is, but otherwise its just a bs DVD tossed in there to try and justify the price point of the product.
More about the product. As stated, I'm about 5'9 and I have long arms. I can do dips just fine and my knees don't touch the ground, which seems to be an issue for people taller or those who don't buy the XL. I'd say if you're 6ft or over then you would need to put blocks of wood or something underneath the bars to give yourself enough clearance for dips. I can do plenty of "above the bar" movements without it feeling unstable because like I said, If YOU are stable then so are the bars. However, I probably wouldn't recommend trying a handstand or at least, I won't be trying to handstand with them. As I've said before, I bought these for front lever training and these would be great for front lever training IF you are shorter than 5'9 or don't have long arms. These bars aren't as wide as I'd like them to be so I'm stuck training with a slightly more narrow grip than I'd prefer. And with arms fully extended and locked out, while holding a tuck front lever, my back is BARELY off of the ground. I can see someone shorter getting waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy more out of these without having to modify anything, but for myself and those like me, you will have to prop the bars up on some wood to get decent clearance while training the front lever. Overall I'm satisfied, but had I known how narrow the grip would be for what I need then I might not have purchased them. But thats my fault for not reading.
In summary, these bars are good for pretty much any and all novice level - intermediate calisthenics movements. And there is nothing that really separates them from their competion aside from the name and having Frank Medrano make a video with them.
By J Archer on September 5, 2018
I would have returned if it wasn’t such a pain to do so. Not what I expected, disappointed.
By Artsypup on December 27, 2017
I’ve learned much since first buying these dip bars and I feel it’s worth updating. I’ve learned it’s ill-advised to go lower than 90 degrees, but more Importantly I’ve learned to tilt my torso near a 45 degree angle to hit shoulders/chest/triceps. A straighter torso is primarily triceps. So when executing “proper form” these dip bars (XL) provide more than enough clearance to reach 90 degrees on my reps. Thanks for reading.
Lots of good reviews already, I’ll keep mine short and to the point. These are expensive compared to other like brands. They are very sturdy though. Assembly could not be easier, unless they came pre-assembled. I’m 73” tall, I bought the XL in hopes of doing dips. I know exactly when I’ve reached 90 degrees, simply because that’s the exact moment my knees touch the ground! I would like to be able to dip lower than 90 though, so that really stinks! I guess I could raise the bars on some cinderblocks or a 4x4, maybe even a 6x6. So to keep it short, my fellow tall people should take note. I don’t regret the purchase.
By JRA on July 7, 2018
If I was to offer any design suggestions the “basic” model would be 32” high and the XL 36”. These are 28” and a bit short if you are 5’ 10” or taller.
One other issue is quality control. I had to true mine for square and it wasn’t a quick tweak. For the cost, I’d say if they were 25% cheaper, I wouldn’t mention this at all.
That said, these are sturdy enough once you figure them out and you can crank out a lot of cool movements with them.
By Justin on June 2, 2019
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As for the 2 DVDs that comes with it.. oh dear! The first one is the 9 minute long "Instructional DVD" that's emblazoned on the box and website , the first 2 mins of which is a show-reel advert for their product. Then you get a few exercise tutorials lasting 7 mins in total: Single bar pull ups, single bar push-ups, triceps extension, hip extension, 2 bar push-up, 2 bar pull-up, dips, cardio drills, stretching. They don't have time to cover very much or go into any detail.
The second DVD is the "LeHIP Training" DVD. They really shouldn't have bothered. They couldn't even label the DVD so it is entitled "Untitled Project" when you enter it into your DVD drive or player. It's split into 3 short sections: "Strength & Power" (15 mins), "Tabata" (4 mins 50 secs) and "Cool Down" (4 mins 30 secs) . At the beginning of the very first video on section 1, the women giving a instruction to a group of women begins by looking at the camera and says "Welcome back!". It's like they forgot to add some earlier tutorials to the DVD. In fact, it's strange there's a "Cool down" section to the DVD but no crucial "Warm-up" section at all - there is no mention of a warm up. It's all down-hill from there. The woman does a few exercises with the group but and shows a few exercise you can do with it but without telling you anything about how to do any exercise, technique etc. You've just entered an exercise class half way through and are simply watching them. Sections 2 and 3 have nothing to do with this product at all. They are a waste of time unless you own some exercise bands, no parallettes to be seen anywhere. No thought has gone into either DVD. There are tutorials on YouTube that are vastly superior and I recommend you go and look there, buy a good book and use the DVDs as beer, OK - smoothie, mats!