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I was looking around and found this on the JML website, for £23 (w/del), I thought that wasn't too bad, then Amazon'd it and found it for £6.49. Only hitch was £5.30 delivery, that was from the "other sellers".

Then found it from Amazon themselves for £10.65, which is the cheapest around, also Free Delivery also.

I dont want anyone mentioning lats or anything toolish! Just speak like a non-tool and say back.. leg.. arms.. etc.

Product Features:

Iron Gym- multi-function exercise bar
Used for: Pull ups, Chin ups, Push ups, Sit ups, Arm and Shoulder exercise
Heavy duty steel supports up to 300 lbs
Safety wedge included to prevent the Iron Gym slipping from your door
Fits most standard door frames
Quick and easy to assembly
Professional quality
Non- Slip rubbered feet
Protective foam
High density foam grips


Product Description from JML:

"Iron Gym, It’s a great tool for beginners and serious athletes" - The Independent

Strengthen your back, biceps, and other upper body muscles in the comfort of your home with The Original Iron Gym. Designed to fit conveniently in most doorway frames, or sit on the floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups. The Iron Gym is an ideal choice if you want to get fit without buying expensive, space-intensive weight sets.

When installed in the doorway, it lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with three grip positions for working the inner and outer back. Once you're done with your back workout, you can quickly move the Iron Gym to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the Iron Gym for foot stability.

The ultimate body sculpting and strength building tool

Ideal for pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches, and more

Three grip positions; narrow, wide, and neutral

Uses leverage to hold against the doorway - no screws and no damage to doorframe

Installs in seconds

Durable steel construction holds up to 300 lbs

Designed to fit residential doorways 24" to 32" wide, with doorway trim or molding up to 3 ½ inches wide

Set includes 1 gym unit, 1 colour bar and product manual


Also available, Iron Gym Ab Straps and Home Training DVD – get the most from your Iron Gym.
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1 Like #1
Bought! Hope it lives up to the reviews. The first one made me chuckle...

I would say this product is great for maintaining and build lean mass but if you are looking for that spartan look you may want to invest in some dumb bells too.
#2
Ive got one of these, they are great!
I paid £20 for mine from ASDA a year ago, so this price is amazing!
HOT!!!
#3
MorrisLDN
Ive got one of these, they are great!
I paid £20 for mine from ASDA a year ago, so this price is amazing!
HOT!!!


Yeh I remember seeing the advert on the tellybox a year or so ago and have always wanted one! All reviews are good so far, only qualm is the door size issue, will see when it arrives!
#4
I have one. Fits all the different sized doors in the house without any problem. Works very well with no door or frame damage. It might be a little too narrow for wide grip chins for larger people, but spot on for me and my son (once he manages a single pull-up that is rather than hanging from the bar like a bat being electrified).
#5
How is lats toolish? Your lat's are as much of your body as much as your legs, arms and feet?!
#6
merlinthehappypig
I have one. Fits all the different sized doors in the house without any problem. Works very well with no door or frame damage. It might be a little too narrow for wide grip chins for larger people, but spot on for me and my son (once he manages a single pull-up that is rather than hanging from the bar like a bat being electrified).


Awesome good to hear! Anyone know max weight you can have? I am 10 stone so aint really that worried about it braking though lol.

Matt.Wild
How is lats toolish? Your lat's are as much of your body as much as your legs, arms and feet?!


Just the terminology used for parts of the body, when its simpler to just say, back etc, as all.
#7
Paid £20 from Asda too. Quality, even if you only use it as a pullup bar, the other features are a bit of a gimmick.
#8
Got one last Friday, I train 5 days a week with weights and I have to say this gives a great workout for your Lats, Shoulders, Biceps and other muscles,
Best way to do it is several times a day, it really gives a good pump to the muscles, plenty of info on net, many say it is the best upper body workout you can get..I would agree.
banned#9
Nice find OP cheers
#10
I was eyeing this up ages ago! Cheers OP!
#11
Awesome, wanted one for ages! Thanks
1 Like #12
i have one of these and did the P90X (you may be able to get the full P90X for free if you know were to look ;)) it was solid and fitted all my door frames, P90X is what you want if you want to get beef
#13
What is the P90X?
#14
Also have one of these, they're quality. Use in conjunction with this, and you'll look like a stud in no time (with a bit of cardio thrown in).
#15
Qasim7
What is the P90X?


http://world.guns.ru/smg/fn_p90_1.jpg

...Que? ;)
#16
Qasim7
What is the P90X?


P90X, or Power 90 Extreme, is a home exercise system developed by Tony Horton in conjunction with Beachbody and director Mason Bendewald, which claims to improve physical fitness in 90 days through a rigorous periodized training program combined with a nutrition and dietary supplement plan.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P90X
#17
darkstryder360

Yeh I remember seeing the advert on the tellybox a year or so ago and have always wanted one! All reviews are good so far, only qualm is the door size issue, will see when it arrives!


I just measured mine. It's exactly 3 feet wide. So unless you have a doorway wider than that you should be fine.
#18
brought one on fleebay for £10 a few months ago. First attempt I could barely do one Chin Up :( Now I can do 30 X)

Edited By: wingz on Jul 28, 2010 15:20: .
#19
Andytango
darkstryder360

Yeh I remember seeing the advert on the tellybox a year or so ago and have always wanted one! All reviews are good so far, only qualm is the door size issue, will see when it arrives!


I just measured mine. It's exactly 3 feet wide. So unless you have a doorway wider than that you should be fine.


Mine is 31 Inch's, so just ok by its specifications, I was just thinking about door frame depth.
#20
darkstryder360
Andytango
darkstryder360

Yeh I remember seeing the advert on the tellybox a year or so ago and have always wanted one! All reviews are good so far, only qualm is the door size issue, will see when it arrives!


I just measured mine. It's exactly 3 feet wide. So unless you have a doorway wider than that you should be fine.


Mine is 31 Inch's, so just ok by its specifications, I was just thinking about door frame depth.


Difficult to measure but looking at it I reckon you could get away with up to 7 or 8 inches total depth.
#21
Decided to go for it. Always seen the advert, but wasn't wanting to pay over the odds. I think just over £10 will do nicely.
#22
Andytango

Difficult to measure but looking at it I reckon you could get away with up to 7 or 8 inches total depth.


That should be fine then, if not, there are plenty of doorways in a house to choose from :P

ro55o
Decided to go for it. Always seen the advert, but wasn't wanting to pay over the odds. I think just over £10 will do nicely.


Same, I cant believe I nearly paid £23 for it ha. Was a bit apprehensive about it being a tenner cheaper than JML though.
#23
Ordered one, cheers OP
#24
Hot Hot Hot !!!!
1 Like #25
Ordered!! Thanks

Anyone know where I can buy will-power too to help me with this ;p
#26
rare_uk
Ordered!! Thanks

Anyone know where I can buy will-power too to help me with this ;p


I need some of this too lol. I think the will-power comes when you buy it at a more expensive rate, so I think JML themselves would ship it. ;)

Edited By: darkstryder360 on Jul 28, 2010 16:22: teh lulz
#27
Am I being daft? Can only seem to find it for £6.49 with £5.35 delivery = £11.84
#28
"How is lats toolish? Your lat's are as much of your body as much as your legs, arms and feet?!"

It's the equivalent of being a muscleheaded nerd / poindexter.
#29
Think amazon have sold out of their own now (£10.65 free del), next one is £6.49 + £5.35 del
#30
¬_¬ grumble grumble grumble. I could have bought something for that £1.19 :(
[mod]#31
LTS_3
Think amazon have sold out of their own now (£10.65 free del), next one is £6.49 + £5.35 del


It is still available from amazonUK but not through main link - you need to click the '8 New' link >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B002GHBRWA/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new
£10.65 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery.
See details and conditions
:)


** Edit - sorry, above clickable link is being redirected, but you can click on the 'new' list at amazon, or copy and paste link into a new browser tab rather than clicking it, thanks


Edited By: sigma on Jul 28, 2010 16:30: .
Edited By: sigma on Jul 28, 2010 16:33: .
#32
Ordered one :p
#33
skidz73
"How is lats toolish? Your lat's are as much of your body as much as your legs, arms and feet?!"

It's the equivalent of being a muscleheaded nerd / poindexter.


Exactly! Although we will all be like that soon with our epicly large... lats after this!... ;)
1 Like #34
This thing is AMAZING.
1 Like #35
Just ordered. Thanks !
1 Like #36
darkstryder360

Just the terminology used for parts of the body, when its simpler to just say, back etc, as all.


Well its not. Your back is not a muscle. Its just a term for all your muscles on your back. This will train your lats by hitting them at different angles, dependant on grip. Simple as.
#37
Matt.Wild
darkstryder360

Just the terminology used for parts of the body, when its simpler to just say, back etc, as all.


Well its not. Your back is not a muscle. Its just a term for all your muscles on your back. This will train your lats by hitting them at different angles, dependant on grip. Simple as.


Yes but if someone says lats to me, I will reply, "pardon?", they will say, the muscles in your back, I will reply, "why not just say back, its simpler".
#38
Cheers, give it a whirl, always found being a keen cyclist the bottom half looks and feels good but the top half gets left behind........
#39
b*llocks. I ordered it from the other seller for £1.19 more :(
#40
I was interested in getting one of these but as I have glass panes above all of my doors, I don't think it will be a good idea! oO

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