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Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar

Updated on April 18, 2014

Perfect for a great upper body workout

The Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar is ideal for those who want to do exercises at home. This easy to install chin-up / pull-up bar is idea for those who want to get ripped while working out from home.

This product is easy to instal and provides a ton of great upper body workout options to help you get in great shape. This product can help to strengthen your chest, shoulders, back, arms and abs

This workout bar is great for those who are already in great shape as well as those who are just getting started.

Workout Bar


My review of the Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar

I've tried other doorframe chin up bars before. The Iron Gym Workout Bar is a chin up or pull up bar and so much more.

Pull-ups or chin-ups have never been easy for me. I started with only being able to do one. Now I can do a few sets of 3-5. My goal is to be able to do sets of 10. They are not easy, but it is really gratifying to feel myself getting stronger as I find these exercises easier and easier to do.

For me, this is a great product that complements having a gym membership. If I don't have time to lift weights or train, I can still go downstairs and bust out a great 10-15 minute upper body workout.

Like the product description says, this is a total upper body workout bar. It is great for pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches, and more.

For pull-ups, there are three grip positions: narrow, wide, and neutral so that you can strengthen both the inner and outer back muscles.

The work out bar is easy to install requiring no tools or fasteners of any kind. If fits in home doorways ranging from 24" to 32" wide and doorway trim or molding that is up to 3 ½ inches wide. The bar will support up to 300 pounds of weight.

Upper Body Strength

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Chin-up bars are great for a strong back

Chin-ups are a great exercise for one of the largest muscle groups in the body. Most people struggle with chin-ups and the only want to get better is to practice.

If you struggle with chin-ups, try using a step so that you are spotting yourself with your legs. Try and pull as hard as you can and use your legs to push just enough so that you are able to do a few reps.

If you do that, you soon be able to do chin-ups with out any assistance.

Chin-ups using the workout bar


Pros and Cons of the Iron Gym Workout Bar

May not fit in very old homes with extra thick door frames
Prolonged use may damage paint on doorway frame
Does not take up a lot of space
One product for a variety of muscle groups
Pros and cons of owning the Iron Gym Workout Bar

Examples of exercises you can do with this workout bar

This video demonstrates just a few of the exercises that you can do using the Iron Gym Workout Bar.

Notice how this one product can strengthen the entire upper body.

In summary

Considering the price, size and weight of this product, I believe it is an excellent addition to any fitness regime.

I like how one product can be used to workout the entire upper body. For me it is a perfect complement to my gym membership as I can still get in a good workout on the days I can't make it to the gym after work.


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