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Body Sculpture Body Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar £8.06 @ Amazon (Free Delivery with Prime/£10 spend)
Body Sculpture Body Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar £8.06 @ Amazon (Free Delivery with Prime/£10 spend)

Body Sculpture Body Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar £8.06 @ Amazon (Free Delivery with Prime/£10 spend)

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Seems a great deal at this price. Got hot a few months ago at a tenner.

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Available for £7.99 from alternative seller.

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andysmoore

Available for £7.99 from alternative seller.


Yeah I saw that too actually, but decided to post the £8.06 one as people are sometimes wary of Marketplace-type sellers.

Good price... HOT

Good price. Got one for about £15 about a month ago.... Still in it's box.... Typical....

excellent!! cheers!!

Best purchase ever if you have adequate upper body strength

Are these things reliable in terms of not falling off the door when you're using them? It seems really sketchy

GrantyGranty

Good price. Got one for about £15 about a month ago.... Still in it's … Good price. Got one for about £15 about a month ago.... Still in it's box.... Typical....



I'll probably do the same with the one I just ordered lol

Had one for two years, great bit of kit.

Handy to have if you don't have a gym membership. Foam grips wear out after 7-8 months.

They fit some doorways but not all. Should come with a little wedge that keeps it from falling off, but it's easy to lose. At some point it will fall off and probably as you are standing next to it in bare feet! Oh and it will damage your doorway!
Apart from that...

I always have a feeling that it will break the doorframe lol

sailo

Handy to have if you don't have a gym membership. Foam grips wear out … Handy to have if you don't have a gym membership. Foam grips wear out after 7-8 months.



I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.

I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 31st Jul 2014

heat added. had one for about 5 yrs. great to use, and no damage to any of the door mantels i used it with.

try the 50 pull up challenge with it. i never managed to get further than halfway tho (21-25 level).....
50pullups.com/

fishmaster

I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did … I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.



Oh.... kay.... :-s

They will do your door frame in no matter how much padding you put round it that weight needs to go somewhere dont belive my buy one then give it 6 months of use.

fishmaster

I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did … I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.



Thanks for the life story #weirdo

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dmorison

Yeah I saw that too actually, but decided to post the £8.06 one as people … Yeah I saw that too actually, but decided to post the £8.06 one as people are sometimes wary of Marketplace-type sellers.



No, just you.

JuniorAK

heat added. had one for about 5 yrs. great to use, and no damage to any … heat added. had one for about 5 yrs. great to use, and no damage to any of the door mantels i used it with. try the 50 pull up challenge with it. i never managed to get further than halfway tho (21-25 level)..... http://www.50pullups.com/


I'd rather aim for a muscle up or two than a high number of pullups only useful for army tests :P

hugekebab

Are these things reliable in terms of not falling off the door when … Are these things reliable in terms of not falling off the door when you're using them? It seems really sketchy


Yeah, they are; it can take me (65KG) and 25KG of weights attached to me. It does leave a few marks on door frame but nothing major.

muzzzzzzzzzy

I'd rather aim for a muscle up or two than a high number of pullups only … I'd rather aim for a muscle up or two than a high number of pullups only useful for army tests :P



Not sure what you mean by muscle up. You mean adding weight to yourself instead of doing 100 reps, do 8 solid ones?

muzzzzzzzzzy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJX1pxL-NMo



Not possible with this then lol.

rev6

Not possible with this then lol.


Yeah, not really but you can still practice most of the muscle up with this, I aim to do one by 25.. hopefully

fishmaster

I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did … I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.



Physical activity / fitness takes care of one side of life, spiritual enlightenment is required for your starved soul and feeds it which will eliminate the anxiety/ hustle and bustle of everyday money chasing/ materialistic lives which most of us lead.

Just my 2 pence

Good price, bought it a month ago for 9.99

Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for lazy people, even the gym isn't necessarily important for "fitness". Gyms are built with bodybuilding in mind. Don't believe me? Ask anyone in the health and fitness industry what the machines are designed to do. Bodybuilding isn't necessarily healthy.

Anyway you can get pretty fit with next to no equipment and just your body weight. Heck even a tree is enough to replace this junk.

If you wanna do pull ups just use the swings and bars at the park if anything..

alimuhammad

Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for … Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for lazy people, even the gym isn't necessarily important for "fitness". Gyms are built with bodybuilding in mind. Don't believe me? Ask anyone in the health and fitness industry what the machines are designed to do. Bodybuilding isn't necessarily healthy. Anyway you can get pretty fit with next to no equipment and just your body weight. Heck even a tree is enough to replace this junk.If you wanna do pull ups just use the swings and bars at the park if anything..




I won't even justify to you the reasons why this contraption is handier than having to hang around in a kids play park. Bore off.

muzzzzzzzzzy

I'd rather aim for a muscle up or two than a high number of pullups only … I'd rather aim for a muscle up or two than a high number of pullups only useful for army tests :P



You weight 65kg and you are in the army?

fishmaster

I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did … I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.



not sure if you're male or female (the comments sounded a bit male) but had a girl-friend had same problem re acne post gym, they took their own softer towel than gym towels, with antibacterial balm on to wipe face with, and never wear makeup pre workout, said it worked for her (being a bloke, I couldn't really tell either way :D)

Scoobyed

not sure if you're male or female (the comments sounded a bit male) but … not sure if you're male or female (the comments sounded a bit male) but had a girl-friend had same problem re acne post gym, they took their own softer towel than gym towels, with antibacterial balm on to wipe face with, and never wear makeup pre workout, said it worked for her (being a bloke, I couldn't really tell either way :D)



Thanks, haven't been to the gym since March and still get forehead acne, next appointment is with Dermatologist, or mental house

doh, up to £12 odd just as I was about to buy it!

fishmaster

I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did … I had a gym membership, to be honest I didn't like going to the gym, did it for three years, also ended up with acne on my forehead, which now seems to be permanent. Didn't agree with me getting fit, I felt mentally worse and physically too, needed physio on my knee. Totally hated the experience, also made my agoraphobia and GAD worse as well, messed up my hormones I reckon. So I recently bought Bear Grylls Train For It and I'm going to be using a pull up bar like this and just getting fit without getting too muscular and if that doesn't work I can easily fix it with a shotgun.I honestly thought and hoped the gym would make my anxious experience of life a thing of the past, instead I just ended up a bit more worse for wear. Do anything to do fix it, well almost anything.



I wouldn't blame gym for acne or injuries. The way you train can cause injury - incorrect technique, using too heavy loads not going to gym itself.

amazon are **** takers they put the price up

alimuhammad

Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for … Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for lazy people, even the gym isn't necessarily important for "fitness". Gyms are built with bodybuilding in mind. Don't believe me? Ask anyone in the health and fitness industry what the machines are designed to do. Bodybuilding isn't necessarily healthy. Anyway you can get pretty fit with next to no equipment and just your body weight. Heck even a tree is enough to replace this junk.If you wanna do pull ups just use the swings and bars at the park if anything..



So when I want to have a routine doing pullips, chin ups, use a tree or bars at a park?
You're funny. I'll buy one of these so I can fit it into my other in-house training. Thanks.

sailo

I wouldn't blame gym for acne or injuries. The way you train can cause … I wouldn't blame gym for acne or injuries. The way you train can cause injury - incorrect technique, using too heavy loads not going to gym itself.



Yeah I was having a rant I've proved acne isn't from the gym as it continues. My knee was done in from kneeling when replacing a laptop screen on a low table. I'm 43 I accept I won't be Arnie at this age and can't commit to getting anywhere near that ripped or muscular, so that's why I'm taking the Bear Grylls approach.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 1st Aug 2014

you can get this for £9.50 on ebay if you missed out on the price

alimuhammad

Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for … Or you could just use the local park...these things are just gimmicks for lazy people, even the gym isn't necessarily important for "fitness". Gyms are built with bodybuilding in mind. Don't believe me? Ask anyone in the health and fitness industry what the machines are designed to do. Bodybuilding isn't necessarily healthy. Anyway you can get pretty fit with next to no equipment and just your body weight. Heck even a tree is enough to replace this junk.If you wanna do pull ups just use the swings and bars at the park if anything..



If my two ways of doing pullups are either with a cheap bar in my own house or down at the kiddies playground in my vest and short-shorts then excuse me if I just buy the damn bar
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