Hit Fitness Chin Up Bar

€13.00 €11.05


Code HIT00158

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Hit Fitness Chin Up Bar | HIT00158

The Hit Fitness Chin Up bar allows you to turn your door frame into a fitness hub. Use the bar high in the doorframe for pull-ups, crunches and chin ups or, at the bottom of the door frame, for sit ups and abdominal workouts.


  • Extra Heavy Duty Chrome Plated Steel Bar / Doorway Chin Bar
  • Fully Adjustable - Extends from 62cm to 100cm
  • For Pull Ups and Upper body Ab Workouts.
  • Turn any door frame into a workout hub
  • Non-slip foam grips for extra comfort.
  • No need for brackets.
  • Set up in less than 5 minutes.
  • 1 Year Home Warranty

Chin-Up Bar Exercises

  • Choose a doorway frame that is strong, smooth, and has a flat area that is at least as wide as the rubber end caps. Never place it adjacent to a window.
  • Be sure that the chin-up bar is level once the installation process is complete.
  • If children are using the chin-up bar, place a soft padded mattress beneath them in case they should fall.
  • Remove the chin-up bar immediately after each use. 

     1. Upper Body Stretch

  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Allow your knees to fall slowly.
  • Let your head hang forward.
  • Lift feet slowly from the floor and hold this position for 30-60 seconds.

     2. Spinal Arch Stretch

  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Keep your knees and heels together with your weight resting on the front of your toes.
  • Lean forward as far as possible, with your head positioned back, and arch your back.

     3. Hanging Knee Crunches

  • Grasp the bar firmly.
  • Bend at the knees and allow your arms to stretch into a fully lengthened position.
  • Slowly raise knees whilst keeping knees and heels together.

     4. Hanging Leg Raises

  • Bend at the knees and allow arms to stretch into a fully lengthened position.
  • Gradually raise legs from the floor whilst keeping heels together.
  • Raise legs as high as possible.

    5. Full Body Stretch

  • In a straight standing position, grasp the bar firmly with elbows bent forward.
  • Keep feet firmly in place, flat on the floor with heels together.
  • Slowly twist body at the hips.

    6. Bicycle Sit Ups

  • Lie flat on your back with your feet locked beneath bar and with palms held behind head.
  • Sit up as far as possible whilst touching your elbow to the opposite knee.


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