Pull-ups are defined by many as the ultimate measure of upper-body strength. Although they may not be the most exciting movement in your fitness routine, they can definitely be the most beneficial. From increasing grip strength to carving up those upper-body muscles, pull-ups carry many benefits that are hard to achieve without doing them. But doing standard pull-ups day in and day out can get tedious. Hence, our new PRO and Profile Squat Racks with Multi-Grip Bar!
Getting one of our new racks with the Multi-Grip Bar will make it is easier to add more variety into your upper-body workout days. This bar offers a variety of different hand holds, which allow you to work different muscle groups based off grip placement. Switch up your routine from the traditional pull-up!
The PRO and Profile Squat Racks with Multi-Grip Bar have four different grip options in addition to your traditional pull-up and chin-up grips:
Narrow Neutral Grip – With palms facing each other, use the innermost handles of the bar to hit the bottom of your biceps and produce greater recruitment of the lower lats
Angled Grip – Very similar to the narrow neutral grip, the angled position allows you to hit more on the lats and scapula and less on the biceps
Wide Neutral Grip – This grip focuses heavily on the lats and biceps, with greater recruitment of upper lats than the narrow neutral grip
Wide Grip – Arguably the toughest grip of the bunch, the wide grip pull-up will shred your upper back muscles – even if you can’t perform as many reps as you can with a regular pull-up grip
The different grip variations play a pivotal role in targeting your upper body muscles and help you master the pull-up.
Check out the PRO and Profile Rack with Multi-Grip Bar now available for pre-order on our website!
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I got this pull up bar for my Profile squat rack and love the functionality it brings, but I find that the metal finishing is VERY rough on the skin/hands. Is this normal? Do I need to add bar tape?
Hi Jason – our multi-grip bar only attaches to the uprights on the rack. Stay tuned though! We are in the process of developing exactly what you’re looking for :)
I am currently looking for our best options of equipment for the space we have. My question is…if I buy the 70” squat rack can I purchase the multi grip pull up bar separately and have it to the side of the squat rack?
Hi Terry – YES! Contact us at email@example.com and we would be happy to help set you up.
Hi PRX Support,
I currently own a Profile rack with a straight bar. Can the multi pull up bar be purchase separately for the Profile rack.
Hi Gerry – please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Currently own a profile rack with a straight pull up bar. Can the multi grip bar be purchased separately to replace the straight bar?
Hi Rich – great question! Yes it does. For more questions or information about the multi-grip pull up bar, e-mail our team at email@example.com.
Does the multi grip bar have enough space for hand placement for a traditional chin up as well?
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Katie - Team PRx
November 03, 2021
Hi Will! Our Tuff Coat powder coat is designed to provide a solid grip and last longer than other pull-up bars on the market. You could use tape, but another great trick is a grip wax like WODWax. It will give you a more tacky feel than tape while being gentle on the hands. I like it for my kipping bar at home!