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EZ Curling at Home

a better door bar
 
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A chin-up bar mounted on the doorpost has been quite useful as one part of my training routines. However, often the unnatural wrist positions on the straight bar makes the grip feel uncomfortable and ineffective when doing chin-ups (palms towards the face) and pull-ups (palms away from the face).

An EZ curl free weights barbell has a W-shaped bar to make underhand and overhand curls more efficient training of the correct muscle groups without strain. Therefore a chin-up bar, to twist into or hang on the doorpost, should be made with the same angled bar for better home exercise.

FarmerJohn, Apr 05 2004

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       Yes they should.
oxen crossing, Apr 05 2004
  

       Simple, yet effective.
thumbwax, Apr 05 2004
  

       [Somewhat disappointed this is something to do with exercise, rather than some curling-stones-on-carpets device.]
DrCurry, Apr 05 2004
  

       I'm with you Dr. C, I was hoping to see 'curling' with grandma's biscuits, or a bean bag game.
dentworth, Apr 05 2004
  

       Same here, I was expecting to see something with spray teflon and linoleum floors. The chin-up device is something I would try. +
sartep, Apr 05 2004
  

       [Zanzibar] That's good for wide pull-ups, but there're no angles for chin-ups so the thumbs point upwards (psst you need some work on those calves).
FarmerJohn, Apr 06 2004
  
      
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