In life, we are taught that to achieve something you must work hard. This is absolutely true, but never more so than when it comes to exercise. There is no fooling the body - if you are not treating it right, your health will suffer.
There are many crazy schemes floating around the internet and on TV that promise to make you lose weight or tone up your body in a very short space of time and with minimal effort. Whilst some people have reported genuine successes with these programmes, it is common sense that a tough regime will produce better results.
In this article we are going to talk about building the upper body with the Iron Gym pull up bar; an amazingly simple piece of exercise equipment that is proven to deliver hefty results - if you put the work in!
What makes the Iron Gym such a unique piece of equipment is that it easy attaches and detaches from more door frames, meaning you can clip it on for a quick workout and remove it when you have finished. The bar itself is designed for doing pull ups and chin ups in the comfort of your own home. This is great if you're a little gym-shy or do not enjoy working out around others. It's also great if you are short on time and just want to spend 15 minutes in the morning exercising before work.
The bar is also suitable for using on the floor, allowing you to do press ups, sit ups and dips. All of these techniques are cleverly designed to work the upper body - the arms, shoulder and back muscles as well as the abs get a workout depending on which manoeuvre you do.
Like many other programmes the Iron Gym guarantees that you will see noticeable results within 30 days. The box comes with a nutrition and workout guide which will help you stay on course to reaching your goal. It should go without saying that unless you put in the time with the Iron Gym you are unlikely to see the results you desire, the flip side of this however is if you put in more effort than you initially expected you will see results sooner!
This is what working out is all about - effort, perseverance and progress. Without these three key elements no exercise programme will deliver results, regardless of what it promises.