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Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar

By Membership Administrator | In Exercise tools, Gym | on June 26, 2014

Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar

Product Feature
Ideal for pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches, and more
Three grip positions, narrow, wide, and neutral
Uses leverage to hold against the doorway so there are no screws and no damage to door. Installs in seconds.

Product Description

Strengthen your back, biceps, and other upper body muscles in the comfort of your living room or dorm with the Iron Gym workout bar. Designed to fit conveniently in most doorway frames or sit on the floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups, the Iron Gym is an ideal choice for people who want to get fit without buying expensive, space-intensive weight sets. When installed in the doorway, the device lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with three grip positions–narrow, neutral, and wide–for working the inner and outer back. Once you’re done with your back workout, you can quickly move the Iron Gym to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the Iron Gym for foot stability.
The Iron Gym–whose durable steel frame installs quickly without tools or fasteners–holds up to 300 pounds and is designed to fit residential doorways 24 to 32 inches wide, with doorway trim or molding up to 3.5 inches wide.

Iron Gym is the multi function training bar that combines every exercise you need to build a powerful upper body. Its the ultimate body sculpting and strength building tool that helps shape the upper body and tones your midsection. The durable steel construction holds up to 300 lbs. It is designed to fit residential doorways 24″ to 32″ wide with doorway trim or molding up to 3 ½ inches wide.

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17 Comments to "Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar"

  • Navarro0321 says:

    June 30, 2014 at 12:49 am -

    I love utilizing this workout bar for my upper body workouts, because of its versatility, and how convenient it is to mount on the door frame or using it on the floor for push ups, dips, or working your solar plexus. This device is a transcendent residential exercise device to rip or tone your body in no time. If you are looking for another fantastic option to take advantage of this portable piece of equipment–hold the bar at shoulder length doing squat thrust and leg lounges–this allows Iron Gym the consummate total gym workout!

  • captainawesome says:

    July 24, 2014 at 8:36 pm -

    These bars are great if you don’t have a way to install a fixed chin-up bar. However, make sure that your doorway can withstand your weight. Some new construction is not build well enough to handle these chin-up bars, so be careful.

    However, I know a few people that use these with great results. They are multi-functional and serve their purpose well.

    1. GenevB says:

      August 11, 2015 at 4:02 pm -

      It isn’t the doorway that withstands your weights, it’s actually the whole wall because of the system this bar uses to catch.

  • SaraQ says:

    July 29, 2014 at 12:38 am -

    I personally own this and absolutely love it, it can easily be fixed on to doors and is incredibly easy to set up. Pull ups is a great exercise focusing on upper body. Though it may may look easy but really it is not, initially you may struggle to get even one or two but with time slowly but surely you will be able to knock pull ups easily.

  • SaraQ says:

    July 29, 2014 at 12:43 am -

    Also this can also be used for dips and push ups once you put it on the floor. There are just a few variations that you can incorporate in your workout routine. Body weight exercises are extremely good for you and with just this piece of equipment you can further increase your range of motion.

    1. GenevB says:

      August 10, 2015 at 7:57 pm -

      It’s indeed a very good accessory for dips and push-up, crunches are a little harder to do on this as you need to set your body up in a very non-natural position.

  • Diane says:

    July 16, 2015 at 12:33 am -

    I really like the look of this. If I were still living in my childhood home, I’d trust using it in the doorways, but am not so sure about this house. I think this would be good for floor exercises, though, especially my severely lacking tricep area. This is probably something I’ll soon be adding into my work out collection.

    1. GenevB says:

      August 10, 2015 at 7:59 pm -

      If you have doors, then you can trust this bar, believe me. It’s not the mask of the door that gets all the weight, it’s the walls, but just to be sure, first time when using his, let yourself hang a little and see if it can sustain your weight. It works great for me.

  • GemmaRowlands says:

    July 28, 2015 at 7:53 pm -

    This looks like a really good piece of equipment, and the best thing about it is that it shouldn’t take up all that much space in your home. If you’re going to use it on your doors, though, just make sure that they’re strong enough to be able to take it. I have broken a door once by using something similar to this, though that was probably more the fault of the door plus my weight at the time! If you want to be able to improve your strength at home, this really is a great thing to try out.

    1. GenevB says:

      August 10, 2015 at 7:56 pm -

      It really is a very good piece of equipment for a mini home gym. The problem is that not everyone can do a proper pull-up, but for the persons who can, this is a perfect piece of equipment, since it allows you to take multiple grips for a chin-up, pull-up or neutral grip pull-up. You can work out any upper body muscle group on this iron bar.

  • Mama Bulldog says:

    August 16, 2015 at 4:26 am -

    What a convenient piece of equipment – and versatile. I like that you don’t have to actually screw it to the door and can use it on the mat or hanging from the door. It looks well made and seems like it would be a good addition to my home.

  • Esmael says:

    August 27, 2015 at 11:03 am -

    Looks and sounds pretty interesting to own. I don’t really have a functioning bar at home for chin ups and stuff like that so maybe those could fill in that gap. It doesn’t even seem that expensive on amazon. I might be able to squeeze it in during the future. Thanks!

  • mzbaker says:

    September 5, 2015 at 12:41 am -

    This is something I would really love and benefit from, I could use some working out on my arms and legs, especially the tummy area. I’ll have to look into one of these, because anything I can use at home to help the process is better than going out in public! 🙂

    1. Heda says:

      November 16, 2015 at 11:11 pm -

      Exactly, I agree, exercising at home is SO much better than exercising in public where you feel like everyone’s watching you and laughing at your style of doing it 😀

  • Celerian says:

    October 4, 2015 at 8:48 pm -

    This looks like something I would benefit from! I will try it out and maybe post later if I believe this is a good product!

  • Heda says:

    November 16, 2015 at 11:07 pm -

    A friend of mine has one of these!! I didn’t know what it’s for but then she showed me and I was surprised how many things you can use it for! I am considering buying one myself:)

  • diligentworker says:

    December 25, 2015 at 10:15 pm -

    I own one of these, and I can affirm it’s a handy piece of equipment. I’m getting stronger the more I use it, and I don’t think I’ll ever get bored with using it.

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