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© Ged Desforges
2. Loop cord over the pull up bar and hook under the board through the grooves. The board being wider than the door stops it swinging.
4. Call the physio
Ged Desforges - 13/Mar/07
I like it. Does the board move at all when you use it, and does it stay vertical?
dave657 - 14/Mar/07
No its solid, doesnt move at all. Probably worth checking the knots havent slipped every now and again!
Ged Desforges - 14/Mar/07
Great idea! Will be using this method. :)
Phil Sneyd - 15/Mar/07
Good work Desforgeeeeesesss! Think I'll do the same thing. And don't you mean: Crank, HARD!
craigmarksmith - 27/Mar/07
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where can you get a pullup bar like this?
a13x - 08/Jan/12