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2009/07/20 21:29:55 (permalink)

Iron Gym Chin Up Bar

Apologies if this is not the best place for this, couldn;t really find an apt place. Point me in right direction of you like.

Wanted to see if anyone has or knows of this new Iron Gym exercise / chin up bar being advertised by JML. Not the first of its kind but is this any good? Looks fine in principle for a fix of chin ups or pull ups when at home.

Chin ups is a weak point I really want to push and being able to do extra at home would help a lot.
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    naththebeast
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    Re:Iron Gym Chin Up Bar 2009/07/21 08:21:58 (permalink)
    posted this on the other page you asked this on.

    Iis basically 30 quid for a chin up bar which doesnt offer a huge amount more than a normal chin up bar which can be purchaed for a tenner.
    Is a bit more easy to set up and can be used for press-ups too to add a bit more of a dip for the chest otherwise is just a normal bar it seems.



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    Re:Iron Gym Chin Up Bar 2009/07/22 13:43:11 (permalink)
    but..... you can also use it for DIPSSSS!!!!! a whole 3 inch dip or less depending on arm length!!!!!
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    Re:Iron Gym Chin Up Bar 2009/07/27 10:45:58 (permalink)
    But, doesn't a normal £10 chinning bar need screwing into the door frame?
    Or, do they have pads which push outwards?
    I need something which can be put in place without too much trouble, and removed after using.

    I was thinking of the Iron Gym but there are others similar, like an Everlast one.

    The cheap ones from Argos require something to be screwed into the frame don't they?

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