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You can do crunches on this if you put it on the ground. A more effective ab workout with this is doing leg raises while hanging on the bar.
Jammi
· November 7, 2013
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You also need to measure the width of your door jamb. I think ours are pretty standard, but this doesn’t fit. The curved part would need to be longer to fit on our door. Unfortunately, as it is, it doesn’t fit any door in our house.
Carin
· December 25, 2017
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I have a thin black line on the paint above my door. I've also seen it dent certain frames if they are particularly flimsy.
Richard Cz
· February 6, 2015
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It needs about 2 inches above the molding.
Yevhen
· April 6, 2014
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We haven't had them for a year yet, but they're great after few months. They seem pretty durable.
Jess
· May 28, 2014
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Any pull-up bar will work. I don't have the Iron Gym and they work fine.
Tiger paw
· August 5, 2013
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Yes it does come disassembled. However, it only needs four bolts and nuts to assemble it--about 5 to 10 minutes if you follow the instructions and you use your own tools.
James F. Yeager
· March 29, 2013
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It depends on the exercises you choose to do. You can move you body in different ways to affect different muscle groups.
Jess
· December 22, 2014
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It could definitely hold up to 300lbs but I would be hesitant doing a Kipping pull up. The swinging motion might cause it to dislodge it from the frame. A bit of swinging is fine. I do pull ups with leg lifts and it supports me just fine.
MidnightBlue
· November 17, 2012
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Chris, I have very soft, almost loose, molding. I was very afraid it would fall or break. There is a little fixture that holds it in place in the molding, but it is the way the weight goes on the front of the door jam that makes it work. It is very secure. I don't think you will have a problem.
Barbara S.
· April 16, 2015