Pull up bars are an excellent way to get a full body workout at home without taking up too much space. You can add pullup bars in your backyard, garage, or even an apartment doorway. For the advanced athlete, add a weighted dip belt to increase intensity. We’ve pulled together these DIY pull up bar plans so you can make…
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