P90X Pull Up Bar
My home gym was almost complete. All I needed was a reliable piece of equipment to do my pull-ups on I’d have everything I needed to get an awesome workout without leaving my front door. I knew that a doorway pull up bar was the solution I needed, but I also knew that many of the models out there are unreliable at best. I’d also heard that they can do permanent damage to your door frame.
Then I came across a familiar name that put my mind at ease. . . P90X. I’ve been training with Tony Horton and P90X in my living room for years. When I saw that they’d put out a P90X Pull Up Bar, I knew that it would be a quality product. Well, I wasn’t disappointed. Needless to say, the P90X pull-up bar rounded out my home gym and I couldn’t be more satisfied.
12 grip positions to allow you to maximally work the muscles of your upper body
Very rigid and stable
Constructed of heavy-duty gauge steel
Supports up to 300 pounds
Foam covers handles for a softer grip
P90X DVD included
One of the most expensive doorway pull up bars on the market
Doesn’t fit all doorways
Requires fairly wide lip on the doorway trim and may leave a smudge on the door trim
Weight And Capacity
The pull-up bar will arrive in 8 different pieces. You will actually need to bolt the bar in ten different locations to be on the safe side. Don't worry about the extra parts, as you will get all the hardware you need to build this pull-up bar. A manual will be inside the box, which will explain to you in great detail how to put the bar together. Once you're done with that, all you need to do then is find a proper door frame! The door frame must be 32" wide (it also needs to have a trim, the minimum width being 5" and the max being 6.5"). You need to make sure that your doorway matches these measurements because otherwise you are left with a completely useless piece of equipment. Place the "L" brackets on the doorway, and just let the bar slide into them.