Recommended Equipment

Doorway pull-up bars:

These pull-up bars are fantastic options for being able to do pull-ups and chin-ups at home. They are low-cost and don’t require any hardware installation or screwing/mounting anything to any part of your home. The biggest difference between these two is the width of the bar. Make sure to measure the doorframe you’d like to use to determine which bar will work for you.

Doorway combination bars:

This is similar to the doorway bars above, except that this option also includes a built-in dip bar solution, which can be extremely helpful if you’d rather not have a separate dip bar station.

Pull-up assist bands:

The information on the product page includes a guide on which band to purchase based on your weight and how many pull-up reps you’re able to do. Grab your band, and get started with some assisted pull-ups and chin-ups. The BEST way to build strength for full-body pull-ups and chin-ups.


Looking to build strength for those signature skills? Parallettes are a must-have to help with these movements!

Dip bars:

Fantastic option for a portable dip bar station that can be used indoors or outdoors.

Gymnastics Rings:

Gymnastics rings can be suspended from a variety of locations and provide a highly flexible and adaptable workout setup. Pull-ups, chin-ups, dips, rows, and more can be accomplished with these rings.

Free-standing combination tower:

If you have plenty of space or if you’re looking for a balanced, all-around option for outdoor training, check out this combination tower with options for dips, pull-ups, chin-ups, and more.

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