Iron Gym Pull Up Bar Review: Ultimate Upper Body Workout

The iron gym pull up bar is a portable piece of exercise equipment that you can fit in a conventional door frame 24 to 32 inches wide, and supports up to 300 lbs. The durable structure uses leverage to hang from the door frame, so it does not require any screws and does not damage your door; and it takes only a few seconds to be useable. Just as easily as setting it up you can take it down, and store it anywhere in the house. It is Portable, only weighing 4.7 pounds; you can literally take it anywhere and get a good workout any time.

With the ultimate exercise bar, you can easily fit a workout into a busy schedule. It is an affordable option instead of buying expensive and bulky exercise equipment or a gym membership (that you usually do not have time for). This is an ideal choice for people who might not have the space at home for conventional exercise equipment, as you can store it anywhere, even under the bed. This Iron gym pull up bar review describes the advantages of this amazing workout bar over regular exercise equipment, and the basic exercises you are able to perform.

Why the pull up bar?

Regular exercise equipment are expensive. Take note I used "are", implying that you would need more than 1 set to get a good workout. And did I mention that they are expensive? The best work out bar is an affordable multi-function training bar, able to give you a number of different exercises including pull-ups, chin-ups and variations, as well as being a stable base for tricep dips and deep push-ups. You can even fit it in the base of your door for crunches, and you can do all this in a number of seconds. Plus, the pull-up bar is also portable; you can hand-carry it where you go for a consistent workout even if you travel a lot.

I just bought the best in exercise bar; what do I do with it?

If you are a beginner, just remember that chin-ups and push-ups are difficult to do. Do not expect you will be able to perform a dozen reps in a day; it is always generally good idea to build your core first; the muscles around your abdomen and lower back. They are essential for good posture, preventing back pain and improve all areas of athletic ability; a strong core provides the foundations upon which all other muscle gains are made. Also remember to warm up properly, to prevent strains and muscle tears. It is equally important to stretch after a good workout, as it helps flush out lactic acid out of your muscles (a by-product of a good workout) which can prevent some muscle soreness. Good flexibility also allows you to work your muscles through a larger range of motion which will help you get fitter and stronger faster.

There are 3 different grip positions on your exercise pull up bar; wide, narrow and neutral grips giving you variation in difficulty (the closer the grip the more intense the workout); regular pull-ups sculpt your back, arms, shoulders and lats; alternately you can also try an underhand grip (chin-ups) to place more emphasis on your biceps.

You can place your workout bar on the floor, and it makes a good base for deep push-ups, with less strain on your wrists. This really brings out your pecs and triceps. It also works well for tricep dips. Last but not least you can fit your pull up bar on the base of your door frame for your crunches; giving you an upper body workout that really explains your "show muscles".