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  • IanZoja
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    Originally posted by Zack View Post
    Any suggestions?
    It depends on your needs

    Do you need wall mounted, or doorway?

    http://easybuyerguide.com/which-home...ld-you-choose/

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  • Biff
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    Damien

    I never realized using a pull-up bar could develop abs like the guy in the picture. Care to elaborate?

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  • damienstanford1
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    I advise you to check a wall mounted pull up bar as this bar is more durable and you can add additional weight on you while doing pull ups. Also, you may be able to do the muscle ups and straight bar dips which is a huge benefit.

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  • KirstenOrtego
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    Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar is ideal for pull-ups, chin-ups , dips , crunches, and much more.... Its a great way to work on the pull ups at home . Its very easy to put up and takes seconds to take it down.. Its really a good product

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    that's right

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  • Roscoe
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    Diesel Crew

    Jedd Johnson CSCS and the Dieselcrew will be glad to hear that..

    Man, I'm going to get one of those tractor tires!

    Roscoe (lift with your legs):

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  • Speedbag
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    Originally posted by Roscoe View Post
    I have two large beams in my garage about 6 feet apart fixed at the concrete floor and at the rafters. One beam is used to hang my speedbag, and the other my Thai heavy bag. In between these beams I have a 1 and 1/2 inch solid steel bar, over this bar I have a 2 and 1/4 inch steel pipe that spins freely over the bar about 8 feet from the floor.

    Needless to say, this setup really works your grip!

    Roscoe
    Jedd Johnson CSCS and the Dieselcrew will be glad to hear that..

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  • Roscoe
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    Spinning Pullup Bar

    I have two large beams in my garage about 6 feet apart fixed at the concrete floor and at the rafters. One beam is used to hang my speedbag, and the other my Thai heavy bag. In between these beams I have a 1 and 1/2 inch solid steel bar, over this bar I have a 2 and 1/4 inch steel pipe that spins freely over the bar about 8 feet from the floor.

    Needless to say, this setup really works your grip!

    Roscoe

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  • ashe
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    damn that's a good idea! that's going in my blog!

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  • Jonzel
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    its a bo staff, (like what Donatello uses)
    its 1 & 1/8 inches thick and pretty strong.
    I only weigh 165 but my friend weighs a little over 200 and although it bends
    it never cracks or or anything.
    I've been using it with no problems for almost 10 years.
    However, a metal bar would suffice.

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  • jaguiler
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    good place to hang up a broom horizontally as well.

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  • SupergeZ
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    asif that dowel doesnt snap

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  • Jonzel
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    home made pull up bar
    Attached Files

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  • SupergeZ
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    thats a harsh schedule billy, why on earth are you working so many hours :O

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  • Chris M
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    Originally posted by BillyMack View Post
    ha ha...new job; actually have to work! Been workin 7 days like 9-11pm - killin me! no time for nothin lately, not even the ol' lady!

    here's a pic tho'
    http://picasaweb.google.com/mccartw/...25488827267458

    ugh, have to wear a tie now
    So, you're working 14 hours a day or two hours a day? If it's 14 hours a day, 7 days a week, that's a grueling schedule. If it's two hours a day, you don't get any sympathy.

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