Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by tnacc Pull up assist
It allows me to do pull ups with a full range of motion.
December 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by CF2013 Good price, but quality questionable
Purchased this product for use in training strict pullups. No instructions included, but it's pretty simple to figure out and install on my pullup bar. The bands are not manufactured in a complete circle, but are glued together to make one. Hope the glue holds up, because it makes me nervous about the adhesive failing when I have my body weight on it. This is not easily seen by the way the product is packaged in the box. Also, the green paint or whatever it is that is used to apply the company logo to the bands came off all over my hands and does not wash off easily. Yes, this product is less expensive than purchasing traditional CF bands, and it's nice to have the flexibility of increasing the resistance, but I don't think this product is manufactured as well as it could be.
July 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andi Just what I was looking for.
I was going to just get a heavier gauge resistance band for my assisted pull ups and then I saw this. Easy to install onto my pull up bar. The fact that it comes with three bands is great because you can start with three, build up strength, move onto only using two and so on and so forth until you can do a pull up unassisted. For me I only use one band, but other people use our home gym who need the use of all three. So it's good for all of us. It mimics the form of a strict pull up much better than some other methods of assisted pull ups, for example putting one foot on a chair. I think for anyone working on doing a strict pull up unassisted this is the perfect tool. Simple and very effective.
March 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Al GREAT product, but no directions.
Great product & the use is pretty straight forward, but it would have helped if there were some "tips" of us maybe or "things NOT to do," but overall once it was all figured out good product for the price.
October 21, 2012