|Package Dimensions||25.4 x 25.4 x 5.08 cm; 1.31 Kilograms|
Femor Gym Rings, Wood Gymnastic Rings 1100lbs with 15ft Adjustable Straps, Heavy Duty Gym Equipment for Cross-Training Workout, Strength Training, Gymnastics, Fitness, Pull Ups and Dips (Set of 2)
- ★EASY TO SET UP : Straps and buckles included - Easy to set up, use and adjust, a great home gym substitute for body exercise in no time.
- ★NYLON STRAPS: 15 feet long & 1 inch wide thick nylon Straps. The 15 feet straps means you can hang your wood gym rings from beams, trees, and hundreds of other places.
- ★HEAVY DUTY: Premium birch wood rings with heavy duty nylon straps and iron buckle, withstand up to 1100lbs (500kg).
- ★BEST FOR GRIP: Diameter: 9.25 inches, Inside diameter: 6.7 inches, Ring thickness: 1.1 inches. Appropriate size, super high quality wood and exquisite workmanship, providing excellent grip no matter what.
- ★MULTIPLE USES: Our wood rings allow for a full body workout, targeting all muscle groups and improving strength, stability and coordination. Treat pains in the cervical vertebra and hunch back.
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Features: Wood gym rings
✔The size of our wooden gymnastic rings and straps: outer diameter: 9.25", inner diameter: 6.7", ring thickness: 1.25", 15ft long and 1" wide straps. All the data show that our products have great comfort and sense of security.
✔The maximum load capacity of FEMOR exercise rings are 1100lb(500Kg). They are strong enough for any people with any body sizes.
✔2 gym rings with two rings straps enable you to do any kind of exercise you want, such as pull-ups, dips, rows, and muscle ups. Men, women, kids and even the old can use them easily and safely. Just hang the rings around a strong steel, slide the sling from underneath the buckle and adjust both straps to be the same height. Then you can enjoy your training.
✔A pair of gymnastic rings will benefit your whole families. Every one can use them to do exercise. As parents, they are also good gift for kids.
✔Just add them into cart, you mustn't miss them. They are worth buying!
Specifications: Premium gym ring
☛Material: Birch wood & Nylon strap & Iron buckle
☛Outer Diameter: 9.25 inches (23.5cm)
☛Inner Diameter: 6.7 inches (17cm)
☛Ring Thickness: 1.25 inches (3.2cm)
☛Strap Width: 1 inches (2.5cm)
☛Strap Length: 15ft (4.6m)
☛Weight Capacity: 1100lb (500kg)
◆2x Birch wood gymnastic rings
◆2x Nylon straps & buckles
◆1x User Manual
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I looked at quite a few sets of rings before settling on these. A few other pairs on Amazon from [insert random Chinese company here] had complaints about rough wooden finishes, crappy cinching mechanisms, and I didn't want anything plastic.
•• Well-crafted ••
The Femor gym rings are awesome. The strap cinching mechanism is straight forward and heavily crafted. I wouldn't worry about the thickness of the straps. These should do anybody under 240lbs just fine. The rings themselves are exactly as they should be. I have zero issues gripping them; they simply feel like smooth, wooden rings. I can't imagine better quality at this price point ($39.99 for the 1.25 inch).
•• If you're on the fence about rings for effective bodyweight training ••
I waited WAY too long to incorporate rings into my calisthenics training. You do NOT NEED a huge setup to benefit. I literally have these flung over my pullup bar in an average doorway. If you're under 5'10", this should be completely doable. In an average door frame, anyone taller may have issues.
I can do so much with them. I couldn't find an easy way to do bodyweight dips in my place, and, in any case, they are too easy for me. The first night on the rings, I maxed out at 4 deep reps because my stabilizer muscles were going crazy. It was awesome and has given me some fun, practical goals.
Other than dips, I can work tris and bis pretty easily - just youtube some exercise examples. At the hip height setting, I can work bodyweight rows from the bottom. If I lower them to the ground, I can do ring pushups. There's plenty to get started, particularly while you train stability and grip as a beginner.
The more I learn about musculoskeletal anatomy and exercising in general, the more gymnastics rings tick all the boxes. I love them, and I look forward to using them all the time.
•• The Pullup Bar I Use ••
I bought the ProSource Multi-Grip Chin-Up/Pull-Up Bar from Amazon a few years back. It absolutely rocks. I use it all the time. If you're worried about the top of your door/frame getting wonked, you can place socks or cut out cardboard like I did against the door to avoid that. If you check out my review for that product, I go about it in length and provide pictures.
•• Conclusion ••
Honestly, if you don't have rings and are curious, take a chance. For this price, you cannot go wrong. They're one of the most versatile tools for bodyweight training ever. They can be set up in a doorway with a simple pull-up bar, or you can take them out to a park. Heck, you could even throw them over tree branches. Incorporating them into my current routine was an immediate humbling experience. I look forward to the lofty goals ahead.
Last thing. There are a plethora of YouTube resources to get you started. Do everything beginner friendly unless you're coming in hot from years of bodyweight workouts. I highly recommend checking out the book Overcoming Gravity if you're interested in a comprehensive look at everything rings. I also recommend doing wrist warmups from Gold Medal Bodies. If you search "GMB wrist prep" on YouTube, it's the first thing that pops up. I've been doing the dynamic stretching routine for years pre-bodyweight work, and it's immensely helpful.