Mobile Dipping Bars: The Lebert Equalizer

One negative aspect of home training: equipment limitations.

Dave and Arnold car dipping

Dave and Arnold car dipping — you use what you have, right?

The fact is, there are a few exercises that are hard to do. We makeshift all the time, I came across a simple tool that provides a lot of options for bodyweight exercises: a pair of mobile but stable dipping bars called the Lebert Equalizer.

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Here’s a quick video of Mark Lebert, the designer, running through a variety of exercise possibilities
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Pullups, chinups and rows:
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Here’s the same guy doing some playful and extremely difficult over and unders.
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Another trip over to YouTube will get you running woman
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Leg up vertical rows, and an example of circuit training using the Lebert bars.
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You’ll find a listing of some of the exercises you can do with the Equalizers here, and this pdf combines the exercise suggestions and photos into a simple, printable format.

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At *$99 ($117 including freight) for a pair of bars that you can do a whole slew of exercises with, that price is not too bad. Some of you can make a set of your own certainly, but when you get done, will they work that well and be significantly cheaper? I’m not so sure about that part.

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*Update* Marc has offered our readers a $10 discount; when ordering, enter the coupon code 0807LD. Here’s the link to purchase the Lebert Equalizer.

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