HOW TO USE: DOORWAY PULL UP BAR

HOW TO USE: DOORWAY PULL UP BAR

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If you’re looking for a fast-paced, calorie-burning, sweat-dripping workout look no further than doorway pull up bar! Don’t let their small size fool you; Doorway pull up bar is a great option for those looking for an incredible full body workout at home with a small footprint. In this article, learn everything you need to know about how to use a doorway pull up bar to make the most of your at home workouts!

 

1. CHOOSING A PULL UP BAR

Before starting your fitness journey, the biggest decision you’ll need to make is which doorway pull up bar is the best choice for you. We offer two different pull up bars for you. You may prefer a doorway pull up bar with screws that will be more securely installed, or a pull up bar without screws that you can only take minutes to set it up and remove it on the door frame.

Finally, there’s the option of choosing a adjustable doorway pull up bar that fits any standard door frame with the dimensions: Door frame depth (wall thickness): 4.7 - 9.4 inch (12 - 24cm), door width: 23.6 - 33.5 inch (60 - 85cm).

Need more help narrowing down your options? For a more in depth breakdown, feel free to contact us via email cs@onetwofit.com.

 

2. 5 WAYS WITH A PULL UP BAR

(1) Standard Chin-up

Grab the bar with a shoulder-width grip, palms facing you. Pull yourself up until your chin is level with the bar, then slowly lower until your arms are fully extended. If you can't initially do full chin-ups and pull-ups, work up to them using moves 5 and 6.

(2) Climber Pull-up

Hang with a shoulder-width grip, palms facing forwards, and pull your weight straight up. Through the top half of the move, shift your weight to the right and aim your chin towards your right hand. Lower, and repeat to the left side.

(3) Gironda Sternum Chin-up

Hold the bar with your palms facing you and arch your back as you pull yourself upwards. Lean your head back and continue lifting until the bar touches your chest. Slowly reverse the movement.

(4) Hanging Leg Raises

Hold the bar with your palms facing you. Lift yourself off the floor but keep your arms extended and your torso stable, then slowly bend at the hips and lift your legs until they are parallel with the floor.

(5) Hanging Reverse Shoulder Shrugs

Hold the bar with your palms facing you. Keeping your arms straight, lift up slightly by shrugging your shoulders down and away from your ears. Perform the repetitions quickly in order to isolate your traps.

 

3. GETTING STARTED

Practice makes perfect! Follow along with us as you do workouts on your pull up bar with proper form and you’ll see in many of your workouts ahead. The more you practice with your pull up bar, the more natural and efficient it will feel. Check out video below, which are perfect for beginners.

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