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Old 03-19-2009, 11:28 AM   #11
Gabriel desGarennes
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Re: Pull Up Bar Height

We have them ranging from 9'6"' down to like 6'.

I'm 6'1 and use the 8' ones most often. But alot of the guys taller than me have to use the taller ones. IMO you should err on the side of too tall rather than too short. Having to jump or use a box to get onto a bar for the short folks is preferable to having to tuck your legs in a kip for the taller folks.
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