The Gravity Fitness Portable Bodyweight & Pull Up Rack has been designed to offer a complete workout using only your bodyweight, anywhere in the world. They are ideal for anyone with an interest in CrossFit, gymnastics, street workout, calisthenics, resistance training or even someone simply wanting to gain some functional strength or improve their physique.
With no screws or bolts, the convenient Gravity Fitness Bodyweight & Pull Up Rack can be assembled in only a few minutes. Once disassembled, it can be easily stored out of the way in the carry bag provided.
Lightweight and compact for ease of storage and transportation. Take your workout anywhere, no more excuses!
Our pull up rack comes powder coated in stylish matte black for ultimate protection and grip.
We’re convinced that you will love the Gravity Fitness Bodyweight & Pull Up Rack as much as we do and are so confident in the build quality that we offer a 3-year warranty against manufacturers defects.
Please note: This item is designed to be portable and collapses in only a few minutes without any need for tools. Because of this the bar does sway slightly whilst in use. This does not affect the function or usability of the item.
*Please refer to our warranty page
Delivery – *Dispatched same day if ordered by 3pm GMT
UK – Next working day
Mainland Europe – 2-4 days
Non-Mainland Europe – 4-7 days
The Gravity Fitness Portable Pull Up Rack has been designed to be used anywhere. The whole thing folds down into the included bag in under 2 minutes and can be assembled in the same amount of time. We use locking pins meaning absolutely no tools are required to assemble the pull up rack.
Pull ups are one of the best exercises for strengthening the back muscles. Doing pull ups will also recruit your biceps, shoulders and pectoral muscles. We at Gravity Fitness believe everyone should be including pull ups into their workouts and believe all men should be able to perform at least 10 strict pull ups and at least 5 for woman – the question is can you?
Pull ups will improve posture by building strength in your “Pull Muscles” which will strengthen and tighten your back over time. As a general rule you should be doing as many pull movements as you are push to ensure balance throughout your body.
Doing overhand grip pullups will predominately use your back muscles, working your biceps as a secondary muscle. To recruit more bicep you should use an underhand grip, performing a chin up.
Whilst the pull up will recruit a small amount of your chest muscles, they are predominately an upper back exercise. Push ups are the opposite movement to a pull up and these will predominately work your chest. Its important that you work both push and pull movements in order to ensure a balanced physic and reduce chances of future injury.
Pull ups will mainly work your upper back muscles, however in order to generate the power needed to pull your body up will engage your core. In fact its essential that you build a strong core in order to perform proper form pull ups.
Very good, great product
The initial package had been opened and not repacked properly so the polystyrene packaging was broken meaning that there were a few paint chips plus 2 of the feet were missing. I reported this and Born Active were very quick to respond. They have replaced the feet and I am very happy with what they offered me for the damage. Excellent customer service.
The rack is solid and stable. Great purchasing experience throughout. Thanks Gravity Fitness
The whole household is using it also great that it can be transported in its own bag
Really pleased with item. Easy to assemble, sturdy and fast delivery. Would recommend