ProsourceFit Dip Stand Station, Heavy Duty Ultimate Body Press Bar with Safety Connector for Tricep Dips
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- SAFE & STABLE-Rubber feet help to prevent slipping, and a stabilizing safety connector extends length between bars from 16 ¼” to 23 ¼”
- UPPER BODY BODYWEIGHT TRAINING-Padded grips make it comfortable to build muscle with-out weights by performing dips, L-sits, push-ups, inverted rows
- ADJUSTABLE-Each bar is 24" wide, 31" high, and is adjustable up to 35”, so you can set them parallel or staggered for more exercise variety
- DURABLE DESIGN- Powder coated, sturdy iron tubes can support up to 400 lbs., so you can safely train chest, triceps, shoulders and core
- LIGHTWEIGHT & PORTABLE- Iron bars are lightweight and easy to move around and take apart for transporting wherever you want to workout
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ProsourceFIT makes high quality products for strength and resistance training, performance, muscle recovery, yoga and Pilates. Our fitness equipment is made with commercial gym quality at prices that also makes them ideal for home workouts. We exist to inspire active, healthy lifestyles with products that make fitness attainable and enjoyable for everyone. Our extensive line of equipment is perfect for home workouts, personal trainers, CrossFit boxes, yoga studios, and gyms of all types.
Train your entire upper body and build core strength without weights or bulky equipment that takes up too much space. The ProsourceFit Dip Station sculpts muscles with your own body weight as resistance and is adjustable in height to accommodate all sizes and heights. Made of durable iron, the body press bar is surprisingly light and can be broken down for easy storage. Use for a range of exercises like push-ups, L-sits, classic dips and more!
- Sturdy iron tubes can support up to 400lbs
- Adjustable bar heights to accommodate all shapes and sizes, or for more exercise variety with staggered or parallel bar options
- Ideal for upper body and core workouts
- Easy to assemble and break down
- Available in red, yellow and black
Constructed of ultra durable iron bars that comes with a stabilizing connector for extra support, you can workout with a peace of mind knowing the dip bars can hold up to 400lbs. Rubber soles on the bottom provide the added security of having a non-slip base so it will stay put no matter how intense your workouts are.
Suitable for Everyone
The dip bars are adjustable in heights ranging from 31” to 35”, allowing for adaptability to different levels of fitness requirements. Active enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes can tailor the height for comfortable workouts. Advanced athletes looking to train and increase strength can challenge their bodies with staggered heights to push through plateaus and reach the next level!
Most workout equipment stays put once they are assembled, but not the ProsourceFit Dip Station! It is quick to assemble and can also be broken down just as easily making it ideal for space saving home storage. Not home much? Simply pack it with you in the trunk of your car without it taking up too much space! Now you can continue to work on your upper body and core strength wherever you go.
Train your entire upper body with the Prosource Fit Dip Station. This adjustable parallel dip bar allows you to perform a variety of exercises using your bodyweight to strengthen and build your upper body.
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1. It is light. So, when I lean on it, it shakes.
2. The middle bar that connects to main rods are skinny, hence it feels like it could collapse.
3. It skids from time to time. So, I leaned against the wall.
Oh, I am 5'11'' and 225lb. Maybe this is made for people who weighs much less. If that was the case and I somehow missed that in the description, it is my fault.
We used these on Sunday for “family training day” and they did not disappoint.
I opted to not use the adjoining bar because I wanted to test whether they would wobble or become unstable and no issues. I’m 170lbs solid and no issues with these becoming unstable holding my weight.
My dad is 72 yrs old and these allowed him to maintain perfect form while performing lunges/reverse lunges.
I am very happy with this purchase and will post an updated review with pics once we’ve used these more.
However, so far so good.
The bars feel very sturdy and planted when I'm using it. The foam padding on the handles is also really comfortable and helps me get a good grip. The height settings are a nice touch also. I have it set to the higher setting which feels much better than the bars at my gym which are lower. The height provides more clearance so the ground doesn't interfere when you're doing dpis. Really happy with my purchase though and I think the quality exceeds the price even with the minor issues.
2019 is the year for shredded triceps!
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1- Each feet have 2 screws holding them to the U shaped bars. Don't tighten the first screw all the way before you screw in the second. Once both are hand tighten you can tighten them hard using the wrench. This way the second screw will go in nicely as you can move the feet around a little and won't have any "misaligned screw holes" problem.
2- Each of the four rubber feet can be rotated to allow more or less clearance from the ground. Use this to your advantage to avoid any "wobbling" as read on other reviews. Mine does not wobble at all, very stable.
3- The safety bar holding the two pieces together isn't perfect. If you tighten the locking mechanisms all the way in chances are you won't be able to slide the inner tube at all. To work around this, unscrew the locking mechanisms a little to allow the tube to slide in. This is by far the low point of this product but doesn't affect me as I don't intend on using it.
I question the 400 pound rating, if you have it raised up to the higher level as I do, being 6’ 1”, because then all the weight is resting on two bolts. Nonetheless I’ve had no problem with it at all.
Product is nice and stable.
Comes with good assembly instructions and pictures.
How to use included.
Lightweight, easy to move/store.
Grips well to floor.
Relatively easy to assemble, but I had problems getting one of the pieces into the opposing piece while assembling, although I eventually got it on. Other pieces were all fine.
Adjusting the width is difficult because the pieces fit very tightly, and it doesn't slide. However, my boyfriend and I are able to use it at the same (smallest) width so this is a minor issue for me.
The one question I had with these was the piece that joins them together, because other similar bars do not have a joining piece. I used it as recommended for the first week or two and it was probably more stable as you can imagine but the last two weeks I took it out and put it to the side. Probably good to have but really it's not needed in my opinion. It would take a little time to lift the ball release and wiggle them together or apart. They would stay a little crooked anyway with the bar. Separately you just line them up where you want them. Close together or farther apart. It's all good. They were a good price and again I LOVE the RED colour.
When I bought these I thought the “crossbar” would give me more support but its actually a terrible design. When the bar is installed my posture is awful because the settings are either too close or too far for standard exercises (rows, dips).
If you try and do pull-ups/rows the crossbar sits nicely in the base of your neck which is a complete pain in the butt, and actually hurts. If I need a rest between sets I actually have to get out of bars all together, which is equally annoying because I’m now on lying in my back trying to shift a giant piece of metal.
Lastly the bolts don’t have lock-tight (I have an Allan key sitting next to them now because I have to retighten before each workout) and one of the spring locks on the crossbar is already broken.
Wish I had assembled these within my “return window” because I’d had shipped these back immediately.
It is much easier to adjust the connector bar on the bottom if you don't thread the spring-loaded stopper in all the way. If you do, the threads of the stopper are too deep and scratch the connector bar. That said, for tricep dips the bars are stable enough you don't need the connector.