Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar
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The Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar was designed out of necessity. An integrated vertical pulling system for safer and more efficient movement.Manufacturer: Sorinex Exercise EquipmentCategory: Upper Body Attachments
Product Summary & Specs
The Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar was designed out of necessity. An integrated vertical pulling system for safer and more efficient movement. Attach to the front or inside of racks for efficient function and storage. Attach rings, TRX straps, or Sorinex Mighty Mitt Balls for integrated grip and upper body movements. The Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar brings the athlete inside the Base Camp, XL Series, and Dark Horse Racks. Control the risk in your training environment. Allow more athletes than ever to train at one station, increasing the carrying capacity of your facility. The configurations and adjustments are endless. Limited only by lack of creativity. The Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar utilizes our industry First 4-Way Hole Design allowing all bars, brackets, and add-ons to be secured in any direction front to back or side to side. The Sorinex Monkey Chin Bar is attached with 1″ Diameter Cold-Rolled Steel Bolts for the utmost security. Thus a new proven concept, room for constant growth, change and efficient training time. Forever changed is the “world” available to practitioners of Strength.
Material: 11 Gauge American Steel
Finish: Black Texture Powder Coat
Fits: Base Camp Series | XL Series | Dark Horse Racks
Utilizes First 4-Way Hole Design
Attach Directly to front/inside/top/bottom of rack for use
Custom Color Options
|Made In USA||
3×3" Tubing 1" Hole
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