Lockable Pull-Up Bar - 70 cm



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Want a bar that's quick to put up? Try our Pull-Up Bar: it can be installed without any screws for an upper body workout in a flash.
Sizes guide

RobustnessThe bar can hold a load of up to 100 kg without screws and 120 kg with screws
VersatilityBuild up your back, arms and abs with a single accessory!
Easy assembly / dismantlingInstall and remove the bar easily with the tool-free mounting system.
Compact designEasily store the bar under a bed or in a closet.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

A pull-up bar designed for both you and your home.
With the Pull-Up Bar, our design team has created a bar that adapts to your home instead of the other way round! With its press-in installation system, there's no need to drill holes in your wall to set it up. The patented bar-lock system lets you work out safely. The result: stronger back muscles with your holding deposit back to boot! Please note: do not install this bar against drywall.
How to install your pull-up bar
Without screws: Start by adjusting the length of your bar by turning the two bar ends. Then, tighten the central part of the bar to make the final adjustments. To ensure your bar doesn't come loose during use, slip the blue ring into one of the two notches. You can do pull-ups on either side of the bar without worrying. With screws: drill holes at the desired height, using a level to check that they're even, and insert the screws and tips
What are the dimensions of the pull-up bar?
The pull-up bar extends from 65 cm to 95 cm The blue end pieces are 4.7 cm in diameter
What exercises can you do with a pull-up bar?
For strength training and bodybuilding, a pull-up bar lets you work your upper body using suspension exercises: biceps, back, shoulders, pecs and even abs. Doing pull-ups in an underhand position (palms towards you) works your biceps. An overhand position (palms away from you) will give your back a stronger workout. And for your abs? Use the bar to do leg/knee raises.
Pull-ups for beginners
Lifting your own bodyweight is often one of the first challenges when doing bodyweight training. Beginners can start with resistance bands which allow users to adjust the bodyweight needed during their workout. Once you are able to do pull-ups, you can then wear a weighted vest to increase the difficulty!
Information / Concept / Technology
Frame : 80.0% Steel, Frame : 15.0% Rubber - Nitril Butadiene Rubber, Frame : 5.0% Thermoplastic Polyurethane
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