HealthBeat® Pull-Up/Dip

Model #192460

HealthBeat® Pull-Up/Dip - Proper Use

Video features the proper use of the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Pull-Up and Dip station.

[video: Scene fades into a man dressed in a warm up track suit standing with a man at the Pull Up and Dip work out station. The station consists of an overhead pull up bar and two parallel hand rails for dips. Chris Nelson a certified fitness trainer explains the proper use of the exercise equipment.]

Chris: Here we are at the Health Beat Pull Up and Dip station. So, first we’re going to start with the pull up. There are two different versions we can do of the pull up. First, we can do an overhand grip if you could please demonstrate.

[video: Chris points to the bar so the man turns around to grab it.]

Chris: So, we want to grab the bar with our palms facing up and pull yourself up. This going to engage the back muscles and also engage the arms as well.

[video: the man lifts himself up and does a pull up on the overhead bar. The camera switches to a back view of the man as he does another pull up. Camera switches to a side view close-up of the man’s upper body as he does a pull up. Camera switches back to Chris standing with the man at the Pull Up and Dip station.]

Chris: And the next version we have is that with an underhand grip. So, this is going to engage our biceps more and also our back muscles. And then go ahead and do the same thing and pull yourself up just like that.

[video: The man grabs onto the bar with an underhand grip. He places his hands in the center of the bar right next to each other. The camera switches to a back view as the man does a pull up. Camera switches to side view close-up of the man’s upper body as he does an underhand grip pull up. Camera switches back to Chris standing with the man at the Pull Up and Dip station.]

Chris: Next we have the tricep dip. So first we’re going to start with our eyes forward and putting our hands onto the lower part of the bars and then go ahead and lift yourself up and dip down and then press yourself back up and engage your triceps and the chest.

[video: the man faces away from Chris looking straight forward as he grabs onto the parallel bars on either side of him. He lifts his body up slightly bending his legs off the ground. The camera switches to a back view of the man as he bends his elbows to dip down and then pushing himself back up. The camera switches to a close-up side view of the man’s hand as he holds onto the bar and does a second dip.]

HealthBeat® Pull-Up/Dip

Video features the Health Beat outdoor exercise equipment Pull-Up and Dip station.

[video: scene fades into a close-up of the Pull-Up and Dip informational sign with suggested body placement and movements. Scene switches to a back view of a man as he bends his elbows while holding onto the parallel bars of the Push Up and Dip station. His legs are bent at a ninety-degree angle as he dips himself up and down. A woman rotates the hand pedals of the Hand Cycler connected to the Pull Up and Dip station.]

Woman: My arms are tired.

Crowd: Yeah! Good job.

[video: two women stretch on the Stretch station in the background. Scene switches to a view up at a man’s upper body as she does a pull up on the overhead bar of the Pull-Up and Dip station. Scene switches to the man who has reversed his hands to an underhand grip on the bar as he does another pull up. Scene switches to a view of the man’s torso as he holds onto to the parallel bars of the station and does a view tricep dips. Scene switches to a view of the man’s back as he does another pull up. Scene switches as the man does an underhand grip pull up on the overhead bar. Scene switches to the man as he does a tricep dip.]

Camera man: Go for it.

[video: scene switches to a side view of a teenage boy as he does tricep dips. Scene switches to the boy as he does an underhand grip pull up. The camera pulls back for a full view of the Pull-Up and Dip station connected with the Hand Cycler station. The teenage boy continues to do underhand pull ups as a girl rotates the hand pedals of the Hand Cycler as the scene fades to black.]

Product Details

Age Ranges

  • 13+ years

Play Styles

Product Categories

Shipping Weight

  • 66 lbs

Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height: 81" (2,06 m)
    • Min Area Required (ASTM): 11' 6" x 12' 2" (3,51 m x 3,71 m)
    • Min Area Required (EN): 13' 4" x 13' 7" (4,06 m x 4,14 m)

Price Range (USD)
$0K-$5K

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Overview

The HealthBeat® Pull-Up/Dip provides multiple highly effective strength-building exercises for the upper body. 

Features

  • To optimize configurability, HealthBeat® posts made from 5"-diameter galvanized steel are sold separately (Post Model #205941-205947) and are carbon in color only

  • Durable steel construction
  • Can be paired with another HealthBeat® station to share a center post

  • Includes instructional sign with illustrations and link to proper use videos

  • Safety surfacing corresponding to the fall height of the equipment required to comply with ASTM F1292

  • Ages 13 years and older for ASTM F3101 and height 1400 mm and taller for EN16630

  • Direct bury or surface mount

ProShield Finish

ProShield® Finish

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Sensory

  • Proprioception
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular

Motor Skills

  • Cardiovascular
  • Coordination
  • Core Body Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Lower Body Strength
  • Motor Planning
  • Upper Body Strength
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