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Sure can - just hang and then either lift both knees up to your chest repeatedly, or hold both legs straight out in front so you make a 90 degree angle with your body - burns! This can be hard in the shoulders though (Bulletproof Your Shoulder can help with that). Good luck!
Max
· December 14, 2014
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If your doorway (not the frame, the doorway itself) is more than 36 inches wide, then the rubber ends of the long arm that rests against the frame and it won't work.
If the doorway (again, not the frame) is less than 18 inches wide, then the curved bars won't have room to fit through the doorway, and it won't work.
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If your doorway (not the frame, the doorway itself) is more than 36 inches wide, then the rubber ends of the long arm that rests against the frame and it won't work.
If the doorway (again, not the frame) is less than 18 inches wide, then the curved bars won't have room to fit through the doorway, and it won't work.
If the width of the top of your doorframe (that is, the small strip up there) is less than maybe half an inch deep, then the top bar likely won't be able to get a purchase on the lip, and it won't work.
All that being said, I've just described almost every door frame I've ever seen. Note that now I'm saying frame, if you have a doorway with no frame, then there will be nothing for this to hang off of. But if you just get it and try it, you'll probably find that it works fine. Probably. see less
If your doorway (not the frame, the doorway itself) is more than 36 inches wide, then the rubber ends of the long arm that rests against the frame and it won't work.
If the doorway (again, not the frame) is less than 18 inches wide, then the curved bars won't have room to fit through the doorway, and it won't work.
If the width of the top of your doorframe (that is, the small strip up there) is less than maybe half an inch deep, then the top bar likely won't be able to get a purchase on the lip, and it won't work.
All that being said, I've just described almost every door frame I've ever seen. Note that now I'm saying frame, if you have a doorway with no frame, then there will be nothing for this to hang off of. But if you just get it and try it, you'll probably find that it works fine. Probably.

Brian Kujawski
· July 29, 2013
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I have a thin black line on the paint above my door. I've also seen it dent certain frames if they are particularly flimsy.
Dicktanner
· February 6, 2015
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It needs about 2 inches above the molding.
Yevhen
· April 6, 2014
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I've hade these for over a year and have used them at least 3 times a week and they still look and feel great and they've never
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BigTex
· May 26, 2014
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It's a relatively universal strap, strap it onto any bar and it will stay
D
· August 5, 2013
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It strengthens your abs and back when raising your knees to waist level and lowering. It has greatly improved my lower back issues. Your whole core benefits.
SMS
· December 20, 2014
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Chris, I have very soft, almost loose, molding. I was very afraid it would fall or break. There is a little fixture that holds it in place in the molding, but it is the way the weight goes on the front of the door jam that makes it work. It is very secure. I don't think you will have a problem.
Barbara S.
· April 16, 2015
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We did not have this issue
R.T
· July 12, 2018
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i leave it right up the door, i have no problem still
mike
· August 25, 2017