- The Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar is a gym-quality pull-up bar made from welded 14 gauge steel. Triangular gussets are added for stronger reinforcement.
- It can support up to 600 lbs.
- For a comfortable grip, the bar itself measures 1.25 inches in diameter.
- The Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar comes in three sizes: Small, Standard, and Large. All designs can be mounted on either your ceiling or your wall.
- The Small Stud Bar is specifically for 8-foot ceilings, and comes with options to allow the bar to hang 10 inches or 14 inches below the ceiling.
- The Standard Stud Bar is for 9-foot ceilings. Optional settings can be made for the bar to hand 14 inches or 22 inches below the ceiling.
- For 10-foot ceilings, you can order the Large Stud Bar which comes with options to allow the bar to hang 31 inches or 39 inches below the ceiling.
- The Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar measures 48 inches wide, allowing wide-grip pull-ups.
- Wood mounting hardware is included in the package.
- The frame has a hammertone powder coated finish.
“Kipping” it Up
If you are really serious about completing your pull-ups and chin-ups, and even doing advanced moves such as kipping pull-ups, and adding gymnastic rings or resistance bands to your exercise regimen, then the Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar is absolutely perfect to suit your needs. If assembled properly, this piece of equipment can help you throughout your progress.
With its gauge steel construction and triangular gussets, the Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar definitely keeps its promise of holding up to 600 lbs. It may very well be the sturdiest pull-up/chin-up bar in the market. I also like the fact that it comes in different sizes and adjustable height, as this can be assembled in almost any environment.
Help with DIY Stuff
If you don’t have the penchant for fixing things or do-it-yourself projects, you will definitely be challenged with assembling the Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar without getting some help. You might even need help in taking the right measurements to determine what size to order, to avoid the hassle of returns and exchanges.
It is best to use gloves or apply chalk on your hands while using the Stud bar. The actual bar itself is quite slippery, as opposed to the frame which has a powder coated finish. You can also find foam grips to be attached to the bar, as an alternative to gloves or chalk.
There are pull-up bars and there’s the Stud Bar Pull-Up Bar. This can easily be said as one of the sturdiest fixed-mount pull-up bars out in the market. It is so sturdy that you can use them with gymnastic rings and fitness bands to add variation to your workout.