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The Iron Gym exercise bar works for sit-ups, deep pushups (with two hand positions) and dips as well. Reviewers say it's fine for all the exercises except dips. The range of motion for dips is so small that you're only doing partial dips, which limits the effectiveness.
Users suggest buying the Iron Gym exercise bar at a local store with a good return policy, since it's hard to tell in advance whether or not it will fit any of your doorways. The Iron Gym website offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, but several users note that both the Iron Gym itself and the shipping charges are higher there than at most retailers.
We found the largest number of user-written reviews and ratings of the Iron Gym at Amazon.com. The review includes a video review that covers assembly and use. A longer, more critical video review (by an exercise equipment retailer) is posted at YouTube.com. We also found useful additional reviews and ratings from users posted at Buzzillions.com, Drugstore.com and InfomercialRatings.com.