The pull-up is a classic bodyweight muscle building exercise that's perfect for working your back, trapezius, arms (biceps) and pecs. No screws required. Simply twist the bar and secure it onto the door with the rubber grips at the sides (up to 100kg). Made for door frames between 70cm to 95cm (suitable for most HDB flats).
Supinated or pronated grip? Supinated grip (palms towards you), pronated grip (palms facing forward)
With the two pull-up techniques, your arm muscles get an intense workout. The difference between pronated and supinated pull-ups is that the biceps work a lot more when doing supinated pull-ups, whereas the back works harder when doing pronated pull-ups.
What size bar should you choose?
The pull-up bar is adjustable and clamps between two walls. On a solid door frame. It is available in 2 sizes - small, adjustable from 70 to 95 cm - large, adjustable from 100 to 120 cm.
How to secure the pull up bar?
No screws required. Simply twist the bar and secure onto the door frame with the rubber grips at the sides (up to 100kg). There are also screws included if you want to secure the bar to the door and to have additional support for up to 130kg.