The facility for callisthenic exercise (using own body weight).
Press-ups on low and high bars can be performed even by beginners, however, they are not easy. When performed in a right manner, they involve an enormous number of upper body muscles. This is definitely much more demanding exercise than regular press-ups. They particularly engage chest muscles, triceps, arms and many other muscles which are responsible for proper body posture, like the trapezius and stomach.
A device for calisthenic exercise (using own body weight). Pulling up strengthens back muscles and helps to slim arms. Good exercise both for beginners and more advanced users, replacement for many complicated activities in a gym. Pulling up on a bar can be performed in a grip or reverse grip, which differ in the level of difficulty and the results.
In grip pull-up the user places fingers on the bar with tips directed down. This kind of exercise is more difficult than reverse pull-up, as it moves the brachalis, underdeveloped in most cases. This way also helps better strengthen back muscles.
In reverse grip pull-up the user places fingers on the bar with tips directed at himself or herself. Although this exercise is easier, it will not be as effective in strengthening back muscles as grip pull-up, so it is important to use both kinds of grip in workout. The facility is for two users.