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Door Gym

  • The simple device uses the weight of your body leveraged against the doorframe, and requires that you have a doorway with trim
  • You can also do deep push-ups with the Door Gym by placing it on the floor
  • And when used properly it will not damage doorway and can be installed and removed in 1 second
  • Door Gym door size requirements:
    Face molding around door: minimum 1 1/2" - maximum 3 1/2"
    Molding distance from wall: minimum 1/4" - maximum 3/4"
    Wall thickness: minimum 4 1/4" - maximum 6 1/4" (trim to trim)
  • This DOOR GYM has been designed to fit residential (framed) doorways 24" to 32"(up to 45" with the extension bars) and support up to 300 lbs
  • For use with wooden doors only.

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    sbreg82@yahoo.com said on 3/2/2008 1:21:23 PM   

    Easy to assemble and use! Only hitch is make sure your door frame is sturdy enough. I live in an older house and only one frame doesn't make horrible wood cracking noises when I use this guy.

    robert.isaak@gmail.com said on 1/31/2008 10:58:36 AM   

    This is a simple product that really does a good job. It took me about 10 minutes to assemble and the only tool I needed was included. It sets up quickly and works great. I am taller and heavier than the average Joe, but it shows no signs of failure or of doing any damage to my door frame. I have to use it in a door that has a step down on one side to get full extension, but that is the case with any doorway chin up bar. I like the grips more than I thought I would. I only gave it 4 out of 5 stars because I think they have it priced a little high.

    holybookster said on 10/27/2007 10:28:00 PM   

    The door gym was simple to install even though the directions on paper weren't very clear. It comes with a safety metal plate that you stick inside the door frame, so that it doesn't hit you if it accidentally falls. Also, it comes with a small metal wrench to tighten the bolts during installation. You can do pull ups on it too which is safer for your wrists in the long run. Good product.

    jlam711@yahoo.com said on 3/9/2007 11:23:09 AM   

    The product is great. My only complaint is that it does not have the foam grip on outer part. The fast shipping makes up for it.

    9/12/2006 11:48:25 PM   

    It does what it says it does. I have found it useful for myself and my teenage son.


    justin.steinberg said on 1/5/2006 11:52:08 PM   
    Practioner of Baghvhad Sihbitdical Ashtanga

    This product is a tremendous improvement over the window gym and the sink gym I had been using, it's more flexibility, less risk of defenestration and no more tussles with dirty dishes. I'm giving one to every student in my class!

    Best deal for pullup/chinup bar

    tobarstep said on 6/5/2005 9:12:10 AM   

    This thing requires no permanent mounting hardware. You can put it in place and remove it in under 5 seconds. There are some accessories available for it, but they seem a bit pricey to me. Overall, the Door Gym is perfect for pull-ups and chin-ups, offering multiple grip locations. You can also use it as a pushup stand, but I would rather use actual pushup stands.