Jim Woolley

Best Pull-Up Bars for Doors in 2013 Are Revealed at Articate.com


Wells, Somerset -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/23/2013 -- Pull-up bars can be attached to door frames, walls or ceilings these days without causing any kind of damage, and are perfect for home use. The best part is that they are designed to stay firmly in place at all times, so they are generally extremely safe as well.

Unfortunately not all of the pull-up bars being sold online and in sports shops are 100% safe. Due to their design, some of them may cause damage to the door or the door frame, whilst a few may even be dangerous because they could potentially slip in some instances.

For that reason, Articate.com have decided to look at all of the pull-up bars that are available to buy right now, and have picked out the best pull-up bars for doors in 2013.

All of these pull-up bars are perfect for home use, and they are available from as little as $20 in some cases.

A spokesman for Articate.com said:

"Performing any kind of pull-up exercise is extremely tough when you first start, but you can really start to develop some impressive arm muscles after a while, which is why we are big fans of this particular piece of home fitness equipment."

"Plus, as we point out in our article, these exercises target a number of other muscle groups in your chest, back and shoulders, which makes it a fantastic upper body workout."

"The products we have chosen are all very popular with consumers, and they all have lots of positive customer reviews, which was a very important factor."

"Many of them are designed for doors, but some of them can be attached to walls or ceilings instead, which some people prefer."

Anyone that would like to take a look at the products that were named the best pull-up bars in 2013, can do so by visiting:


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