In order to stretch and sculpt the selected muscle parts well, it is necessary to use a variety of exercises, among which it is worth including those that are performed with the help of special exercise rails. Therefore, we would like to offer you a wide selection of these products, which are perfect for both a professional gym and a school gym, a fitness club or even in your own home.
Among other things, the offer includes handrails for exercising abdominal muscles, as well as arms and shoulders. We have standing handrails, as well as those mounted to the wall. We have handrails for practicing push-ups, as well as those that are additionally equipped with a bar. And for the most demanding, we offer stationary and multifunctional training station, which should not be missing in any good gym. Among our proposals are only the highest quality products from manufacturers such as Insportline, Body-Solid or our own brand, namely Marbo Sport. Thanks to our handrails, exercise will become more enjoyable and effective.
Exercise handrails - advanced push-ups on handles
Exercise handrails are one of the basic training accessories that you need to perform an optimal full-body workout. Bars for dips, or push-ups on handles, can be found at almost every gym. This means that those who prefer to train at home should also stock up on their exercise rails, as this is an easily accessible design for performing a variety of upper body exercises.
Exercise railing training is one of the most effective ways to build and strengthen your physique, especially such important body parts as shoulders and arms. "Spherical" shoulders and visible triceps, which can be exercised on the handrails, are some of the most important signs of a trained body and athletic physique. Metal exercise handrails are handles embedded in the base or separately standing structures (stationary handrails). In our store you can find different types of handrails, which allows you to adjust them to your needs and the amount of free space in your home gym (or garden).
Types of handrails for dips
When choosing handrails for exercising, you can opt for stationary push-up handrails like the MH-D211 Stationary Push-up Handrails or wall-mounted handrails like the MS-D101 Wall-Mounted Handrails. Handrails with a bar like the MH-U102 stationary handrail with bar are becoming increasingly popular, especially among those who want to create a home gym in a small space.
Standing stationary handrails are more elaborate than wall-mounted handrails, so they allow you to introduce variety into your workouts. In addition, they often allow you to adjust the height (such as the MH-D212 adjustable stationary exercise handrails), which also allows you to perform less popular exercises. The downside, however, is that such an exercise railing takes up a bit more space, which can be a problem when creating a gym at home.
Wall-mounted handrails are more compact, so they can fit into virtually any room. In addition, when you buy a handrail with a bar (handrail and bar 2-in-1 for wall and ladder MH-U205), you can put two important types of exercise equipment in a very small space. This solution is very convenient if the exercise room is to be located in a small basement, garage or even an apartment in a block of apartments.
What muscle parts do railing exercises develop?
Exercise handrails allow you to perform many exercises, and in fact the scope of training is limited only by your imagination. However, the most popular exercises focus on strengthening the chest, shoulders, arms and abdomen. Exercises on the handrails also improve fitness and improve flexibility of the shoulder joints.
The main exercises are dips (Swedish push-ups), pull-ups from a lying position and various variations of abdominal exercises, and for the more advanced also quite complicated "streetworkout" figures like standing on hands, static figures like L-sit, V-sit and Planche. With most exercises (such as dips), the greatest emphasis is placed on working the shoulder girdle, triceps, chest and forearms. Abdominal and back muscles are also engaged, as they act as postural stabilizers. However, in order for the workout to be effective, it is important to remember the correct execution of exercises and technique.