Lately, many of you have dreamed about having a dedicated workout space in your home. Of all the exercise accessories available on the market, the pull-up bar is certainly one of the most popular. Attached to the wall or ceiling, you can use a DIY pull-up bar to perform a set of exercises for the back, arms and shoulders, without having to leave your home. Here are a few DIY pull up bar ideas you can build for your home gym1
1. tinktube single pull-up bar
Here you will find a detailed plan to build a DIY pull-up bar in its simplest form. If you’re a tinktube insider, this is the perfect project for you to familiarize yourself with our tools. Suspended from the ceiling with a wooden plank, this pull-up bar will be the first step towards building your home gym.
2. DIY pull up bar for the garage
The most important thing to remember when installing your pull-up bar is strength. Your equipment at home must be as safe as that found in the local exercise gym. To ensure that this is the case, you’ll need to get some steel parts, which are strong enough to support your body weight. This is also the case with our tinktube tubes and connectors.
You can follow this simple, detailed plan to build your own pull-up bar. You can attach it to the ceiling of your basement, in your garage or in your home gym.
3. Multifunction DIY pull up bar
The advantage of a pull-up bar like this is that you can do an entire set of exercises using one machine. As this type of product has four different handles for gripping, you can do dozens of exercises. Every muscle in your body will be used with this multifunction pull-up bar, including the shoulders, pecs, biceps, back, and triceps. One of the best DIY pull-up bar ideas we’ve seen so far!
4. DIY free-standing pull up bar station
Some people prefer not to attach a pull-up bar to their home’s ceiling or wall in order to prevent damaging them. If this is your situation, but you still want to be able to workout at home, there are other great options available.
This workout station has been well-thought-out. Its creator has integrated horizontal dip bars so that you can vary the exercises in your personal training room.
5. Custom double pull up bar
Two is always better than one! If you have a partner that you enjoy working out with, you need to design this double pull-up bar. This way you can encourage each other to create some healthy competition during your crossfit workouts at home.
6. DIY jungle gym
If one pull-up bar isn’t enough, why not build several? Use this jungle gym to strengthen your upper body muscles, mainly those in your shoulders. We can bet that these pull-up bars will also make your little ones happy!
To complete this fun project, you can use tinktube tubes and connectors. All tools and accessories can also be purchased on our online store.
7. DIY pull up bar
This industrial-looking workout station is perfect for performing a series of exercises. You can hang rubber resistance bands from the steel structure to diversify your movements and thus increase the level of difficulty of your home workouts. Some DIY pull up bar ideas are just that easy. to build1
You can follow the instructions in this video while obtaining the necessary materials on our online store.
8. Resistant indoor pull up bar
This DIY pull-up bar can withstand any Herculean force because it is so strong. Two side bars have been added to either side of the centre bar to distribute the load as you perform the exercises. As it is attached to the wall in four separate locations, no home workout will go without it!
9. Door frame suspended pull up bar
You won’t need a gym to use this flexible pull-up bar. It’s assembled from tinktube tubes and connectors and slips over the door frame. You don’t need to attach it to the wall or ceiling; gravity takes care of keeping it in place. All the details to design this pull-up bar can be found here. Have fun beefing up your shoulders!