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Great Portable Pull Up and Dip Stations for Your Home

Updated on October 15, 2014

Get fit with these awesome pull and dip stations

People like getting things fast these days. No one likes waiting around and very few people have the patience to go through a long process if there are alternatives that provide short cuts. That same mentality is transferred onto how we treat food. Instead of slaving over a stove with pots and pans people would much rather grab a burger at a fast food joint or microwave a TV dinner to have a full meal instantly. All the preservatives and fat and other horrible chemicals from that instant junk will eventually settle in your body and make you look quite unhealthy.

It most people can’t even spend enough time cooking their food, then they probably don’t have enough time to go to the gym either. In order to get fit, it’s great to sneak in some work outs during your free time, even if it’s just a ten minute walk around your neighborhood. But for those who can something a bit more intense, you should consider getting a portable pull up and dip station for your home so you can really work out and tone your muscles. Here are some great options to include in your home gym.

Body Vision PT600 Power Tower

This great piece of work out equipment allows you to work on your upper and lower body, giving you an even work out. This chin-up and pull-up station allows you work on your biceps and back, the dip station can do wonders for your triceps, and to get that sexy six pack, the leg raise station allows you to work on your quads and lower abdominal.

This item has various areas to help you tone other parts of your body to get you fit and ripped all over. And you can bet that you’ll be safe while doing all of these because it has grips on various handles of the tower, there are cushions to support you, and it has a great base that will ensure that it will stay upright throughout your entire work out. It’s also adjustable so a variety of people can use it.


Body Champ Fitness Multi function Power Tower / Multi station for Home Office Gym Dip Stands Pull Up VKR / Space Saving PT600
Body Champ Fitness Multi function Power Tower / Multi station for Home Office Gym Dip Stands Pull Up VKR / Space Saving PT600

This awesome product has an average 4 star rating on Amazon because it was easy to assemble and can support a lot of weight.

 

XMark Fitness Power Tower with Pull-up Station

This is a strong tower made of 14 gauge 2 by 2 inch steel. This single piece of equipment can be used for your arms, legs, core, and back which makes it a great investment. The chin-up and pull-up station provides your arms and back with a great work out, if you want to work on your arms and shoulders, you can use the twin dip handles. This tower has various other parts which can help you work on other parts of your body so that you can be trim and toned all over. It has skid resistant feet which ensures that the item will be stable as you use it. It also has cushions and roller pads so that you can stay comfortable while you get fit.

Stamina 1700 Power Tower

With this great pull up and dip station, you can perform a variety of exercises in varying levels of difficulty using the multiple grip positions, the vertical knee raises, as well as tricep dips. Its steel frame ensures that the item is very sturdy and well built while the cushions allow it to be comfortable for the users. The cushions are covered in vinyl which makes it easy to wipe down and clean after using. And it has foam hand grips which ensure that your hands won’t slip off and cause any unfortunate accidents.

Closing Thoughts

Give yourself that intense work out that you need to stay fit and trim with any of these pull up and dip stations. You don’t need to give up on eating junk food, all you need is to find that perfect balance between indulging in burgers and working off the extra fat and calories you consumed.

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