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How to use gymnastic rings
Gymnastics Rings are used by attaching them to a fixed overhead anchor. These can be pull up bars, joists, door frames or even tree branches! You can then use your gymnastics rings to perform exercises such as pull ups, muscle ups, iron cross and many more.
Where to hang gymnastic rings
You can hang gymnastic rings from any overhead anchor such as roof joists, pull up bars, door frames or even tree branches.
Are gymnastic rings a good exercise
Using gymnastics rings builds functional strength. You only have to look at the gymnasts who use rings in the Olympics to see the kinds of body and muscle mass they have. Rings not only build muscle and strength they also incorporate a huge amount of mobility and core strength, protecting the body against injury. Rings can be used for all kinds of pull and push movements including pull ups, dips and muscle ups. You can even use them to train your legs by placing one foot inside a low ring and using it to perform pistol squats!
Are wooden gymnastic rings better
Wooden Gymnastic rings will absorb sweat and will have a much better grip than plastic gymnastic rings. Plastic rings do tend to be cheaper and will stand up to being left outside much better than wooden rings.
Loved these, simple and effective. I used them for pull ups / hangs and hang them off my beams in the spare room. Easy set up and good quality. Liked them so much, I then got another pair to hang lower for rows, German hang, etc, although you could adjust them easily if you wanted to.
When the rings first arrived, there was a bit of the wood already sticking out at an angle which I carefully cut off, but having only used them a few times there are other little splinters and rough areas forming, which is a shame.