Multiple Use Workout Bar

The best product I have bought in relation to home fitness is the Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar.  To be honest, I don't even use it to its full potential.  I only use it for one thing, pull ups.  There are a number of other exercises you can do with this workout bar, but I haven't really tried them out.  In terms of pull ups, this workout bar has been great, although I was skeptical at the beginning.  Doing pull ups on your home door frame doesn't seem like the safest way to do them, but as I get into more detail later on, the product has filled all of my needs. 


The Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar has many uses: pull ups, pushups, tricep dips, and ab work, just to name a few.  As I mentioned earlier, I use the workout bar for pull-ups 99% of the time.  This is mainly because I bought it for that specific purpose.  I was looking for a quality pull up bar, and I wasn't concerned about the other features.  Honestly, I sometimes forget that you can use this workout for other exercises.  I guess that's a fault of my one track mind!

The Iron Gym Workout Bar couldn't be easier to use.  There is some minor assembly required, which takes less than 10 minutes.  After that, I could immediately get started doing pushups, dips, and ab work if I so choose.  For pull ups, there's a small metal piece that slides in either side of the door frame.  Once that's in place, you simply place the flat panel attached to the bar in between the door frame and the metal piece.  That's it, now you're ready to go!  When you're done, you simply take the workout bar off the door frame.  That's it, no tools necessary.

Weight Support
My greatest concern with Iron Gym Workout Bar was if it would support me.  Even though it’s advertised to hold up to 300 pounds, I was a bit skeptical.  At my heaviest, I was 210 pounds.  I envisioned getting the bar in place on the door frame, grabbing on to it, lifting my feet off the ground, and the door frame rips off the wall and I end up on my back.  Either that or the workout bar snaps in half.  My fears were calmed when I did my first pull-up and everything was still intact.  That was about 2 years ago.  I'm happy to say I'm still using the Iron Gym Workout Bar on a weekly basis and have never had a problem with it.

You can buy this workout bar starting at $15.99 at  I live in a cold weather state.  As it starts to get warm in the spring and summer, the last thing I wanted to do was spend more time at the gym.  It's a time when I can finally run and bike outside, but I still want get some strength training in a couple times a week.  I realized that I was paying $60 a month to workout at my gym once or twice a week.  Once I bought this workout bar, I could do everything I needed to at home, and my gym membership was no longer necessary.