Use Your Own Bodyweight with a Pull Up Bar or Chin Bar for Max Results
A pull up bar or chin bar is a versatile piece of workout equipment primarily used for building upper body strength. With easy installation, suitable for home gyms and commercial gym facilities, it targets the different muscle groups of the arms, shoulders and back by lifting your own bodyweight. They can be positioned according to how your gym rig is placed, either wall mounted or free standing or you can use Doorway pull up bars for easy attachment and removal.
Types of Pull Up Bars
Ceiling Mounted Pull Up Bars - mounted to the ceiling
Wall Mounted Pull Up Bars - affixed to the wall
Doorway Pull Up Bars - can be fixed to any door frame
Free Standing Pull Up Bars
Multi Grip Bars for Pull Up and Chin Ups
What is the difference between a Pull Up & a Chin Up?
There a a few different ways to grip the bar when doing a pull up or chin up.
An Over-hand Grip (pronated) - This is when your palms are facing away from you.
An Underhand Grip (supinated) - This is when your palms are facing you.
A Neutral Grip (Semi-supinated) - This is when you palms are facing each other.
The width of the grip is also a factor
Wide Grip - This is when you grip the bar wider than your shoulder width
Close Grip - This is when you grip the bar the same as or narrower than shoulder width.
What Exercise Options are there with Pull Up Bars?
A Pull Up Bar gives you wider exercise options from your standard sit ups and press ups. You can use a multi-grip bar which allows you to change your grip for performing both pull ups and chin ups or try any of the following using a standard bar:
Burpee pull ups
Hanging knee raises
Hanging leg raises
Suitable for both Home Gym and Commercial Gym Use
Made from sturdy, powder coated solid steel with rubber pads and foam hand grips
Maximum Weight/User Weight: Approx 100kg
Compatible with Modular Free Standing and Wall Mounted Racks