Pull-up bar

  • Resistance band pull-up

    The resistance band pull-up is the next step in the pull-up progression to reduce the assistance. Progress from heavy resistance to light resistance bands until an unassisted pull-up can be performed.

  • Chin-up

    The chin-up is an excellent exercise to develop upper body strength. The underhand grip enhances the involvement of the biceps brachii. The chin-up is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • Sternum chin-up

    In the sternum chin-up, you pull your sternum up to the bar, increasing the range of motion and the activation of the scapula retractors. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

     

  • Parallel-grip pull-up

    The parallel grip enhances the involvement of the forearm flexors. The parallel-grip pull-up is, together with the chin-up, the easiest variant of the pull-up.

  • Pull-up

    The overhand grip enhances the involvement of the rear deltoid muscles. The wider the grip the more involved the rear deltoids will be.

  • Alternate-grip pull-up

    The alternate-grip pull-up is an intermediate level exercise to develop upper body pulling strength. This is a good exercise to put some variety into the workout.

  • Modified-grip pull-up

    The modified-grip pull-up is a very challenging pull-up variation. It is an excellent exercise to develop upper body and grip strength.

  • Plyometric pull-up

    The plyometric pull-up is an advanced exercise to enhance upper body power.

  • Hanging knee raise

    The hanging knee raise is a beginner exercise that targets the abs, core and hip flexor muscles.

  • Hanging oblique knee raise

    The hanging oblique knee raise is an intermediate level exercise to strengthen the abs, core and hip flexors. The torso rotation and flexion generates a strong contraction of the obliques.