Iron Gym vs Creative Fitness Door Gym vs The Rack Review

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Iron Gym
Iron Gym is a multifunction training system for upper body exercises. It wraps around your door frame conveniently by using leverage without screws that damage your door.

Iron Gym strengthens and tones your chest, arms, shoulders, back, abs and more. It features three different grip positions- narrow grip, wide grip and neutral for you to switch your routine while working on your muscles. It is great for pull-ups, sit ups, push ups, dips and crunches.

 

Creative Fitness Door Gym
Creative Fitness Door Gym is an exercise equipment that is attached to a door. Its cantilever design uses your body weight (up to 300 lbs.) to keep it steady. It has two protruding close-grip handles that let you work out with your palms facing each other, which helps in isolating the muscles in the center of your back that control posture. Door Gym can also be used on the ground as a push-up bar and a sit-up spotter.

 

The Rack is a single piece of exercise equipment that transforms into three positions- standing to build your body muscles, bench for rapid muscle sculpting and flat for perfect abs. It helps you switch from exercise to exercise and muscles for a chiseled and well-defined upper body, core zone exercises for abs and for lower body zone to build sculpted muscles. Owen McKibbin, the celebrity fitness trainer. He has been the spokesperson for products such as Bowflex, The Rack and more.




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Iron Gym Features

Iron Gym can be attached to your door without screws and can be removed easily. It is portable and features three grip positions to develop and build lean muscles.

Creative Fitness Door Gym

Creative Fitness Door Gym has a pull-up/chin-up bar. It fits easily in 24- to 32-inch doorways and is specially shaped to fit your door. It is portable and can be installed and removed instantly without screws, bolts or fasteners. It has two protruding close-grip handles and can also be used on the ground as a push-up bar and a sit-up spotter.

The Rack
The Rack is lightweight and easy-to-store. It features heat-treated steel and non-slip handles to do push-ups, crunches, and dips. Its Zone Progression Training program is a revolutionary cutting edge concept that combines basic exercise moves with compound and super sets. It also features nutrition guide, workout guide, owner’s manual and workout DVDs.

 

Is it hard on knees?

Iron Gym: No
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Not, if used carefully.
The Rack: No

 

Compare Workout Duration

Iron Gym: 30 days
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Not available
The Rack: 30 Days

 

Is it good for beginners?

Iron Gym: Yes
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Yes
The Rack: Yes, but consult a physician before using it.

 

Is it too hard?

Iron Gym: No, t if used properly.
Creative Fitness Door Gym: No
The Rack: Only the beginning could be a bit hard if not used with care.

 

Is it good for women?

Iron Gym: Yes. Women of all ages can use it to burn calories, lose weight, have a toned body and improved posture and relief from back problems.

Creative Fitness Door Gym: Yes

The Rack: Yes

 

Does it work for skinny people?

Iron Gym: Yes
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Yes
The Rack: Yes

 

Does it build muscles?

Iron Gym: Yes
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Yes
The Rack: Yes

 

Does it help you lose weight?

Iron Gym: Yes
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Yes
The Rack: Yes

 

Does it use weights?

Iron Gym: No

Creative Fitness Door Gym: No

The Rack: No, but when you purchase The Rack during the order process, you get additional weights specially designed for The Rack. However, your body weight should not exceed 300 pounds.

 

How Many Days a Week?
Iron Gym: Six days a week
Creative Fitness Door Gym: Not available

The Rack: Six days a week

 

Compare Equipment needed
Iron Gym: Iron Gym Xtreme workout bar

Creative Fitness Door Gym: Creative Fitness Door Gym extension bar

The Rack: Just the Rack Unit.




Compare What do I get and Price

Iron Gym

    • 2x Ab Straps
    • 2x Rotating Push-Up Grips
    • Workout Bar
    • Electronic Ropeless Jump Rope

    Price: $25.99. Official website GetIronGym.com

     

    Creative Fitness Door Gym
    Includes a pair of ab loops and broad-reach bar. Price: $49.95.

     

    The Rack

    • The Rack Unit
    • Nutrition Guide
    • Workout Guide
    • 6 Workout DVD’s
    • Bartendaz Workout DVD

    All this for just $159.96. Official website RackWorkout.com

     

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