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  • Hit Fitness Pull Up Bar

Hit Fitness Pull Up Bar

  • €13.00

The HIT Fitness Pull Up Bar is a straight pull up bar which comes equipped with non-slip foam grips. The HIT Fitness Pull Up Bar installs easily into standard door frames and is therefore ideal for home workouts. The height of the bar can easily be adjusted to suit each individual user.


Benefits:

  • Quick and easy to set up.
  • Fits directly onto a door frame. 
  • Non-slip foam grips for extra comfort.
  • No need for brackets.
  • Set up in less than 5 minutes.
  • No screws required for door frame and easily detachable.
  • Requires very little storage space.

Specifications:

  • HIT Fitness Pull Up Bar.
  • Fully Adjustable - Extends from 62cm to 100cm.
  • Extra heavy duty chrome plated steel bar.
  • Suitable for home use.
  • 1 Year Home Warranty.

Fitness Tip:

Pull-Up Bar Exercises

  • Choose a doorway frame that is strong, smooth, and has a flat area that is at least as wide as the rubber end caps. Never place it adjacent to a window.
  • Be sure that the chin-up bar is level once the installation process is complete.
  • If children are using the chin-up bar, place a soft padded mattress beneath them in case they should fall.
  • Remove the chin-up bar immediately after each use. 
  1. Upper Body Stretch
  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Allow your knees to fall slowly.
  • Let your head hang forward.
  • Lift feet slowly from the floor and hold this position for 30-60 seconds.
  1. Spinal Arch Stretch
  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Keep your knees and heels together with your weight resting on the front of your toes.
  • Lean forward as far as possible, with your head positioned back, and arch your back.
  1. Hanging Knee Crunches
  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Bend at the knees and allow your arms to stretch into a fully lengthened position.
  • Slowly raise knees whilst keeping knees and heels together.
  1. Hanging Leg Raises
  • Bend at the knees and allow arms to stretch into a fully lengthened position.
  • Gradually raise legs from the floor whilst keeping heels together.
  • Raise legs as high as possible.
  1. Full Body Stretch
  • In a straight standing position, grasp the bar firmly with elbows bent forward.
  • Keep feet firmly in place, flat on the floor with heels together.
  • Slowly twist body at the hips.
  1. Bicycle Sit Ups
  • Lie flat on your back with your feet locked beneath bar and with palms held behind head.
  • Sit up as far as possible whilst touching your elbow to the opposite knee.