A pull-up bar is an instrument that can be installed in any room, regardless of its size. Exercising with a bar is very effective, and at the same time completely safe, since the exerciser lifts a weight equal to his body weight, which prevents overload and injury. Lifting on the bar primarily shapes the muscles in the upper body, with particular emphasis on the muscles of the arms, back and abdomen.
In our store, we offer strut rods of different lengths, which makes it possible to fit them to the door frame of the room. Installation of the bar does not require special skills or equipment - you only need to unbolt it to the appropriate length, so that it is firmly fixed in the doorframe. We also recommend multifunctional rods, which, thanks to the possibility of changing their position in the doorframe, allow you to perform different types of exercises, for example, tummies or push-ups.
Pull-up bars - effective training of many muscle parts.
Pull-up bars are one of the simpler strength equipment for sculpting the figure. Due to their compact size, you can successfully use them for training in the comfort of your own home. What's more, they allow you to exercise almost every part of the body - arms, back, but also abdomen, chest and legs.
What muscle parts do exercises on the bar develop?
Those considering the purchase of this instrument are sure to wonder which muscles of the body the bar exercise develops. It should be remembered that the effect of training is directly influenced by the properly selected technique. Exercising with a pull-up, that is, with the fingers on the bar towards the exerciser, shapes the sculpture of the arms. This is because this way of pulling up activates the work of the biceps to a large extent.
The pull-up bar can also be used to build upper back muscles. To get the best results, you should use pull-ups with a wide hand spacing - then you activate the broadest back muscle. Performing exercises with a bar also engages the chest muscles: for this purpose, it is worth using an underhand grip on a pull-up bar.
What kind of pull-up bar to choose and how to install it?
Exercise rods are standardly divided into:
- ceiling and wall-mounted
A strut pull-up bar simply needs to be installed in the door frame. Our ceiling and wall-mounted rods do not require any additional tools. Each exercise bar comes with pre-drilled mounting holes to ensure a sturdy and durable design.
Compared to other pull-up bars, strut rods are distinguished by their exceptional ease of installation. It is enough to fix them to the door frame. Their advantage is the small amount of space taken up. In our store you will find strut-type pull-up bars that will reliably perform their function even in small spaces. For example, you will find here a strut rod with adjustable spacing with an extremely high load force of up to 150 kg.
Stationary bars are convenient and sturdy exercise devices that can be moved from place to place as needed. Stationary bars are also often equipped with additional handrails and handles, allowing for an even more comprehensive workout. Our Marbo bar with dip handles is also ideal for intensive strength training, allowing for a wide range of exercises such as French push-ups, Swedish push-ups, push-ups on handles, or leg raises in overhangs, for example.
Wall-mounted pull-up bars usually offer varied spacing and any number of grips, which translates into a wide range of exercises using them. Thanks to their simple design, they blend in perfectly with the rest of the interior, regardless of their location. For example, in our diverse range of instruments you will find a multifunctional bar screwed to the wall with a lift, attachment and a punching bag.
This is an alternative to wall-mounted bars. Although it requires more precision in their installation, a ceiling-mounted exercise bar, like a strut bar, takes up little space and is often chosen for home training. Many of our rods are multipurpose, so they can be attached to both the ceiling and the wall.