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RDX Heavy Gym Iron Chin Pull Up Bar Fitness Ceiling Frame Boxing Outdoor MMA Wall Mounted Brackets
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- Heavy duty wall brackets can handle up to 130kg including a heavy punching bag
- 16 gauge powder coated steel beam (46cm out of the wall) for unbreakable strength
- Designed for chin ups and punch training
- Coated with a special Red Oxide to prevent rust from taking place
- Includes all necessary wall fixings and D shackle assembly instructions for easy installation
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Extremely versatile, you can hook a boxing bag to a highly sturdy punch bag bracket with a pull up bar. When you're tired from throwing power punches at the bag, then it's time to do a bunch of chin ups. The wall mounted pull up bar is coated with Red Oxide to resist rust and the effects of weather. It can easily handle up to 130 kgs and has special grips on the pull up bar to create traction in the hands. Comes with all necessary fittings and instructions for a convenient setup.
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Mine is mounted outside the house and bolted into brick.
The price is really good.
Chin ups/pulls are one of the best excersices to make you very strong.
Ive just started training again after a long break and on my first day after fitting this bar i did 55 strict pull ups.
I learnt a very unique method of training whilst in the Forces.
First you do 1.
If you cant do 1, get a chair to get yourself up their, lower yourself down as slow as possible, its called a 'negative' do 3 each day for a week.
Do 1 pull up, rest 2 mins
Do 2 pull ups, rest 2 mins
Do 3 pull ups, rest to mins
Etc until you finish with 10.
This equals 55. And thats the aim. Try and do this 3 times per week.
You can incorporate other exercises like, pressups, sits ups, hand stand press ups, (if you cant do them do negatives eg do a handstand up a wall and slowly collapse down.
Remember to warm up your shoulders, and treat yourself to a foam roller (vids on YouTube about these)
As you gain strength you can remove your thumb from the grip and use just your fingers, then you can remove finger until you can do chins using 1 finger.
This will all take time, do your pulls with strict form and control, once your technique fails. Stop
The new product received still suffered from the angles being slightly off, but not enough to prevent assembly and safe mounting. The chin up bar seems as stable as you'd expect for being secured at one point, and the bracket is easily sturdy enough to support my ~100kg frame without moving overly much, though admittedly I felt it prudent to replace the supplied bolts and plastic rawlplugs with longer bolts and steel plugs, so I can't comment on the supplied fittings.
I'm yet to hang a punchbag, so I can't comment on performance in that area, though I can;t see why there would be any issues.
I probably would have given an extra star, but for my previous issues with the seller.
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