Q: Are muscle-ups also possible with the pull-up & dip bar?
A: Yes, muscle-ups are also possible. Depending on your grip width, you can either rotate the included multi bars 180° so that the dip bars face the tree and do muscle-ups, or you can use the additional straight muscle-up bar. The grip width of the two dip bars is at 459 mm, so if your grip should start there during muscle-ups, the additional muscle-up bar is recommended. For home use, it depends on your ceiling height, whether you have enough space to the ceiling.

Q: At what height should I mount the pull-up bar?
A: Of course, this depends on your height. We recommend to mount the Pullup & Dip bar as high as possible so that you can fully hang during pullups. The distance from the top edge of the wall plate should be at least 45cm to the ceiling, so that you do not hit your head against the ceiling during pull-ups. The delivery also includes a drilling template with which you can simulate the final height. Alternatively, you can also hold thepull-up bar against the wall before mounting to determine the optimal mounting height.

Q: For which wall types is the wall mounting of the Pullup & Dip bar suitable?
A: We recommend the wall mounting of the indoor adapter of Pullup & Dip exclusively on brick and concrete walls!

Q: What should be the minimum wall thickness of my wall?
A: Since our recommended fastening long shank anchors have a length of 100 mm and the drill holes should be 110 mm, we recommend a wall thickness of at least 180 mm.

Q: What if the screws are difficult to turn into the wall?
A: If you have a very solid wall and the screws can only be turned into the wall with a lot of force, then the anchor probably does not have enough space to spread in the drill hole. In this case, we recommend that you drill the holes to 11 mm for a very solid wall (e.g. concrete wall), so that the dowel has enough space.

Q: Can I buy the adapter or the screws separately?
Yes, you can, the accessories for the Pullup & Dip bar such as wall adapters, outdoor adapters, screws, etc. can be found here.