Door Gym
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  • 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 under five seconds
  • 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 (trim to trim): Minimum 4 1/4", maximum 6 1/4")
  • Will fit residential (framed) doorways 24" to 32"(up to 45" with the extension bars) and support up to 300 lbs
  • Will work with wooden door frames only.

If you have a wooden doorframe, the door gym is your best chin up bar option. You do not have to install any fastners or make any holes in your door frame. Installation and removal each take under five seconds.

The door gym works by using the weight of your body as leverage against the doorframe to stay up. You can also do deep push-ups with the Door Gym by placing it on the floor

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Door Frame Strength

My door frames are pretty wimpy. They definitely can not hold my body weight (180) with fingertip pull-ups. Will the Door Gym reinforce my door frame's strength enough to properly exercise?  
by: Brett Starks   
4/6/2012 3:45:27 PM
Hey Brett - I can't say for certain if your door frames will be fine since I'm not sure just how wimpy they are. That being said - the door gym's stress tends to press inward from both sides on the doorframe rather than hanging from the top frame. Therefore, not a lot of weight is actually on pure hang.
by: okiken108     
4/9/2012 11:08:09 AM
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