I have to admit, it is quite rare to find pull-up bars at the gym. Maybe this is why many people are not familiar with pull-ups. Or maybe it is the complexity that comes with performing this workout. No matter what your excuse is for skipping on pull-ups, this exercise comes with a boatload of benefits not only for your upper body but your whole body as well.
That said, I cannot emphasize enough the importance of acquiring an efficient pull-up bar for performing pull-ups and other exercises that can be done with this equipment.
You are probably thinking, “I can install my own using a rod and some cement.” Well, you could, but how long do you think your rod will take before it gives in to your weight? Pull-up bars are quite affordable and come able to support your weight and then some.
The best part of purchasing a pull-up bar is that it comes with ergonomic designs and flexibility allowing you to work out more and with lots of variation. If I have won you over to acquiring a pull-up bar, you will need to know the different types of pull-up bars and the best pull-up bar be it for your home or gym.
In this guide, I will be talking about this, plus what to look for when buying a pull-up bar.