Other than a pull-up bar or another suitable place to do them, you usually don’t really need anything to get better at pull-ups and chin-ups. But sometimes, the right equipment can make pull-up training a little easier, more pleasant, and more fun. And in certain situations, the right gear can actually help you improve your performance, too. I’ve also found that certain equipment is often necessary to break a plateau and keep making progress in some cases.
Now, when I first released The Pull-up Solution, I included a buyers guide in the product package as an unadvertised bonus for my customers – just in case anyone needed some gear and didn’t want to spend the time researching the best equipment for their needs. I wanted to do the leg work for them.
But ever since I started this blog, the most common questions I’ve received have been on what kind of pull-up training gear to buy. So, I’ve decided to release my Pull-up and Chin-up Training Buyers Guide, which condenses all of my product research and testing into one short special report.
So, if you want some of the best pull-up training equipment at the best prices, then allow me to save you some time researching and just show you what I have used myself and recommend to my clients. At the very least, it’ll point you in the right direction. And hopefully, it’ll save you some time, frustration, and money, too.