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Door Gym total workout


I gave it 5 stars because it would rate as such if I had gotten any paperwork with the product telling me how to use it.  I once thought I got a bargain as I ordered just the band exercise workout of Michael Thurmond and that was an education that about killed me. You get a large paper with demonstrations and a DVD that was worthless to me.  I thought I would be smart and attach to door as shown to get full benefit.  Now mind you there are no instructions on this as it just shows someone working out when they are already hooked up.  I only had a couple of doors to try in the living room.  I was lying on floor and yanking on bands when the bands let loose from door and hit me in the head.  It is a miracle that I was not dead on the spot.  All I can say is that I am overloaded with bands.  I tried them with Richard Simmons DVDs and he was so far ahead of me that I just had a sing-a-long. 

Fond Du Lac, WI


X-Factor Door / Home Gym is compact with less fuss


I have no complaints about this equipment. As long as I stretch properly before working out, the strong rubber bands on this door gym works like the bow flex, if not better, without causing me any harm. I can take it off my door and put it away as soon as I'm done. No more clustered equipment in the way or taking up room on the floor or hall. The rubber bands don't break on me, and they're truly challenging. I just add weight by adding more and stronger bands to my handle, which range from 15 to 60 pounds and more, depending on the pattern  of weight/pressure that you choose to put together.

Deltona, FL


The Door Gym is a easy product to use


Door Gym stands head and shoulders above the competition. This versatile device can be set up in seconds on almost any door frame and lets you work out in the convenience of your own home or office. It latches on without screws, bolts or fasteners, so you won't leave holes in your door trim. A cantilever design uses your own body weight (up to 300 lbs.) to keep it in place. The Door Gym is more than a simple pull-up, chin-up bar. It also has two protruding close-grip handles that let you work out with your palms facing each other, a good position for isolating the muscles in the center of your back that control posture. In addition, you can use Door Gym on the ground as a push-up bar and a sit-up spotter. Placing the Door Gym on the floor turns the device into a pushup bar ideal for strengthening and toning the chest, shoulders and triceps. For sit-ups place the Door Gym at the bottom of a door frame, then place your feet underneath for sit-ups, crunches and dozens of other ab exercises. Great product... :)    

Compton, CA


As Seen On TV Door Gym

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