Pull Up Mate

Pull Up Mate


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Pull Up Mate - The Portable Free Standing Pull Up Bar

Pull Up Mate Home pull up station

The Pull Up Mate free standing pull up bar and dip station is a revolution in home exercise.

Being effortless to assemble and disassemble, Pull Up Mate provides the convenience of home exercise, combined with the ability to hide everything away from sight once you’ve finished.

The Pull Up Mate allows you to not only carry out dips, supine row exercises and leg raises, but also by extending the frame to its fullest height, you can perform full height pull ups from a standing position.



Unlike other bars of the market, the Pull Up Mate includes a wide grip top bar, designed to enable wide grip pull ups and chin ups, and other potential exercises. This format is just as stable and reliable as the previous incarnation of Pull Up Mate, but with an extended top bar enabling hand grips on the outside of the frame structure. On top of this alternative set-up there is the usual range of exercises that the Pull Up Mate offers.

Wide grip pull ups demand more work from certain parts of your body than standard or ‘close grip’ pull ups.

free standing pull up bar

With a wider bar grip, you are forcing a lot more work from your latissimus dorsi, and other back muscles, to lift your body weight to the same height. Close grip pull-ups incorporate your biceps and pectoral muscles as well as your lats (being the primary mover), meaning that the work is spread out across a wider number of muscles groups. This makes close-grip pull ups seem easier to accomplish. However, with a wider grip, and more concentrated muscle development, a more rounded workout routine can be developed.

What this all means is that being able to change muscle grip, once you develop your back muscles well enough, gives you more opportunity to work your upper body how you want it, and get that hard-earned look you deserve.


Compact Height 1.3m
Full Extended Height 2.0m
Item Weight 42lbs (19kgs)
Maximum Weight of User 242lbs (110kgs)
Base Dimensions 117cm x 113cm
Inner bar dimensions (gap between bars) 60cm
Key Features

  Fully Extendable
  Rigid Base
  Easy to Assemble
  Engineered Design
  Finished in  Black/Red Powdercoat


Please note: Storage Bag not included.


Pull Up Mate Base Upgrade 2018

  Following your direct feedback, we’ve made some distinct changes to the Pull Up Mate. The new redesigned base section offers vastly increased strength and stability, along with providing increased height and a fantastic new range of potential workouts!


Potential Exercises:


As well as the standard full height pull ups, chin ups, dips and supine row exercises, Pull Up Mate enables you to also take on other exercises as follows:


Leg raises

Leg raises are a fantastic way you can work your abdominal muscles and improve your core body strength using Pull Up Mate. From a position of holding your weight on the top supports of the frame, with your backside against the top cross member, raise your legs in unison to a 90 degree angle to your upper body. It is important to raise and lower your legs slowly and at the same rate. You may find, without good core body strength, you will begin to swing and find it difficult to control your body movement. However, this will improve in time.

Knee raises

These are very similar to leg raises but are easier to achieve due to the reduced weight involved. This exercise will put less strain on your hips and can be exchanged for leg raises once your body strength improves.

Modified push ups

Modified push ups are also possible by turning over the Pull Up Mate so that the top bar is just off the ground. Then, starting on one side of the frame, with one hand gripping the frame and the other on the ground, slowly lower your body until the hand gripping the frame touches your chest, and then rise. Ensure that you maintain good body position throughout. If you find the position difficult, instead of resting on your toes like the standard push up technique, use your knees for support. See our video for a visual representation of this exercise here.


Dips have long been known as one of the more important exercise routines for building upper body muscle, due to the closed kinetic chain movements that they require. The motion of muscle compression, combined with the static position of your legs, means that you are working more than one muscle group simultaneously. Whilst it is commonly considered that dips solely concentrate on tricep development, in fact the exercise also helps to develop the biceps, pectoral muscles, deltoids, abdominal muscles, the latissimus dorsi muscles and the lower back.

Supine row

This is an exercise that is also known as a closed kinetic chain exercise (CKC). The supine row, or inverted row, is designed to work the muscles of your upper back, predominantly your trapezius and latissimus dorsi (lats). It is important to maintain good body form with this exercise to ensure that you are working the right parts of your body.

Chin ups and Pull-ups

Of course, chin ups and pull ups are also vitally important components of a full upper body work out routine. Due to the nature of these exercises, the amount of work is determined by your body weight and position. The Pull Up Mate enables you to modify your body position to allow assisted chin and pull ups to work your muscles more and less as necessary.

Potential 'Wide-Grip' Exercises:


With the wide-grip top bar, the Pull Up Mate also allows a range of exercises impossible with the vast majority of other pull up bars, such as:


Wide grip push ups

With the wide grip pull up frame in an accessible position, position yourself so that your hands are holding the frame outside the width of your shoulders. The normal push up position is with hands more or less in line with your shoulder width. With this wider grip, you will work your pectoral muscles more, and your triceps (which do take a little of the work in normal push ups) and biceps less. This type of push up is slightly harder, and the wider your grip becomes, the more difficult the push up.

Wide grip inverted row (a.k.a. supine row or reverse push up)

The supine row is an excellent type of exercise for beginners to professional bodybuilders due to the way that it works the back muscles to strengthen your overall upper body and provide a strong basis for further upper body development. Wide grip inverted rows enable more focus on the latissimus dorsi and trapezius muscles (as opposed to more concentrated focus on the biceps).

To perform an inverted row using the Pull Up Mate, lie on your back and stretch up to reach the bar from underneath, place your heels on the ground and slowly lift yourself up to the bar, ensuring that your elbows maintain position and your knees are extended. To make the exercise easier, lower the height of your feet compared to your shoulders. To make the exercise more difficult, raise your feet height. Always ensure your legs are straight and that your arms return to a straight lock between lifts. See here for more information.


Customer Reviews

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Exactly what I needed-
I had a pull up bar in my doorway that was destroying molding and the plaster, my wife said get rid of it and find something else. I needed something that would dissemble quickly cause I don't have the room to keep it out. I found this searching around and couldn't find anything close to it. Its well built, and super sturdy, more than i was expecting. It works great for my needs and am really impressed. The only thing was shipping was expensive because I live in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Other than that, the shipping was quick and the product is awesome. Looking forward to seeing how the clips hold up over time.
The Pull up mate logo-
I got mine last month and it took about 12 days to arrived here in Malaysia. Everything works just fine so far and i am satisfied for what i paid for. However there is one thing that i think could been better that is the pull up mate logo would be a lot cooler if the logo is a painting instead of sticker because sticker would go off easily when exposed to moisture, sweating etc. Overall, thumbs up!
Great product-
Only just starting out on bodyweight training and wanted to be able to work on pull ups etc at home so this is perfect for me as I have nowhere to have a permanent pull up bar. It really can be put up/taken down in a couple of minutes, and you quickly get used to it not being 100% stable. Having this at home means there's no excuses not to train so if getting to the gym is tricky you need one!
Highly recommended!-
I left the gym about 2 years ago as it was beginning to get very expensive. I decided I would train at home and purchased a spinning bike, bench and some light weights. I was missing doing chin ups and came across this product. I was initially reluctant to purchase it as I thought it was too expensive. After deciding to order it, I have no regrets at all! It is an amazing product and worth what I paid for it. This product provides you with a full workout and allows you to train with just body weight alone.

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