ProsourceFit Multi-Grip Lite Pull Up/Chin Up Bar, Heavy Duty Doorway Upper Body Workout Bar for Home Gyms 24?-32?
- COMFORTABLE GRIP - 6 non-slip grip positions to comfortably perform wide, narrow and neutral-grip exercises
- MULTI-FUNCTION - Target multiple upper body & core muscles with pull-ups, push-ups, dips, and hanging crunches
- EASY TO USE - Portable design easily fits on any standard doorway 24" to 32", and is simple to assemble and install
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The ProsourceFit multi-grip Lite Pull-Up bar is a simple and affordable tool for building your upper body strength with convenient at-home usability. Six cushioned foam grips help to prevent slipping and callous formation, giving you the ability to perform exercises from various angles. Close-grip, wide, and neutral positions area ideal for pull-ups, chin-ups, hanging crunches and leg raises. When placed on the floor it can be used for push-ups, triceps dips and as a door anchor for sit-ups. Perfect for at-home workout programs and videos like p90x. The heavy duty steel bar is easy to assemble and holds up to 300 pounds to suit a variety of users, making it great for both men and women. It slips onto any sturdy doorframe (24"-32") quickly and easily without damaging your walls and doors, using just a J bracket. The simple installation allows you to leave it in place or remove when you're done exercising. If desired, it can also be mounted with screws on any doorframe in your home or garage as a more permanent fixture. Assembly and installation instructions are included, as well as mounting hardware.
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Installation was not hard, but not easy either.
Parts did not fit flush as the holes for the screws were not punched well enough (at least for the product I bought).
Also, that metal bracket thing--the one that attaches to one's door to prevent the bar from sliding--literally snapped when I tried to push it into the door frame. I was 1) surprised that I can snap metal with my bare hands and 2) nearly made my dog go blind due to the ricochet.
Yet, I've used it for the last few months and it still stayed on (despite not having the metal bracket) and I haven't broken the rest of it.
Would give it 3 1/2 stars.
I take 1 start off for the hard plastic ends that rest on the door casing and can leave marks. I wrapped them with black duct tape over 1/4 inch of dense foam. It's nearly invisible and does the job.
The only thing I don't like is that you must remove it to be able to close the door. But its easy to remove. There are doorway bars that DO allow you to close the door. Some requires screws, others work by tensioning the bar within the door frame (scary.) But those don't have vertical bars added like this one.