Home Built T-Bar ?

Discussion in 'Home Exercise Equipment' started by yshemesh, May 1, 2005.

  1. yshemesh

    yshemesh Banned

    anybody got ideas ?

    bent-over rows have gotten very heavy and i'm scared to break something
     
  2. lestat02852

    lestat02852 New Member

    Check out the bar attachment near the bottom of this page:
    T-Bar Handle Attachment
    The base attachment looks pretty cool too.  But it wouldn't be absolutely necessary, as you could use the corner of a room.
    For 35$ the bar attachment seems worth it.  You could try to make something similar using piping parts (a cross, reducing couplings, 1" diameter pipes for handles, etc.) from Home Depot, Lowes, or most home improvement/hardware stores.  But I think the cost of the parts would come close to $35 if not more.
     
  3. yshemesh

    yshemesh Banned

    ko0l !!
    but i don't live in the states :\
     
  4. the_dark_master

    the_dark_master New Member

    If I'd not just made myself a combat handle (a la sorinex styly) for FCT's; 3 bits of tube & some square section...

    Why not look around for a set of old bicycle handlebars; steel tubing so as to allow the welding on of either a ring or hook - this'll allow you to evaluate "T" bar rows without costing a penny ;)
     
  5. yshemesh

    yshemesh Banned

    great idea
    i'll give it a try
     

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