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trainierende Frau, Fitnessgerät Klimmzugtrainer, trainierende Frau
trainierende Frau, Fitnessgerät Klimmzugtrainer, trainierende Frau
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Colourful photo collage with sections of the pull-up trainer and people doing exercises on the pull-up trainer


Pull-ups on the horizontal bar – a real challenge for many people. If you want to slowly and easily train yourself to perform pull-ups correctly on the horizontal bar, the playfit® outdoor pull-up trainer is just the right piece of exercising equipment for you and is a useful addition to other strength training.

Stand and Pull – Areas of application

Pictogram of the pull-up trainer with a man training on it

Almost anyone can perform pull-ups on this equipment, making it suitable for beginners who are not confident enough to train on classic pull-up training equipment such as horizontal bars and calisthenics equipment.

But it can also be interesting for athletes, as the pull-up trainer is useful for the correct execution of the movement sequence.
The level of difficulty of the training can be influenced depending on where you position your hands along the handlebars by and by the number of repetitions.


In today’s world, where the majority of people spend a large part of their day sitting in front of a desk and/or computer, healthy support of the back muscles is essential.

Animated gif file of a male body (from the front) in which you can see which muscles are activated during training with the pull-up trainer

Animated gif file of a male body (from behind) in which you can see which muscles are activated during training with the pull-up trainer

An important feature of the playfit® outdoor pull-up trainer is the fact that it gently trains numerous muscle groups at the same time:

  • arms
  • shoulders
  • abdominals
  • back

The main focus is on the back muscles.

Targeted training of the back muscles promotes an upright gait and can prevent postural damage.
While exercising on the playfit® pull-up trainer is mainly aimed at strength, it also helps improve flexibility.


3 D cropped photo of the pull-up trainer

This training device offers an easy introduction to an otherwise difficult strength exercise.

As the pull-up trainer focuses on the correct execution of the movement sequence, every user is given the perfect start to targeted training to strengthen the shoulders, upper arms and back muscles.

The equipment is self-explanatory, arouses curiosity and is therefore highly motivating.

Colourful picture collage with the pull-up trainer in 3D and as a pictogram with a man


Instructions for use

Stand in the centre of the standing surface and grasp the handles with both hands. Move your arms slowly and purposefully towards your upper body and back again. Carry out the exercise at a steady rhythm, ensuring that your body remains tense throughout the entire movement.

Photo of a woman training on the pull-up bar on an outdoor fitness exercise course

Training duration

You can of course choose the duration of your training as desired. To get started, we recommend
2 – 5 repetitions with 2 – 3 rounds.

Increasing the level of difficulty

You can increase the intensity of the training by gradually increasing the number of repetitions up to 10 – 15 repetitions with the same number of rounds.
The further out you reach, the more effort you need for the exercise.


The playfit® Stand and Pull makes strength training literally “within reach” for everyone.


What are classic mistakes in pull-up training?

With the classic pull-up, the head is often in the wrong position. Make sure that your nose is not pointing upwards and that your chin is not touching your chest. Keep your head pointing straight ahead throughout the exercise.

How many times a week can you train with the pull-up trainer?

As with all training, regular repetitions lead to training success. If the exercises are performed correctly, you can train 2 – 3 times a week on the outdoor pull-up trainer to achieve optimum training results.

Can the level of difficulty of the pull-up trainer be regulated?

You can increase the strength of the training by gripping the handles on the pull-up trainer further out and increasing the number of repetitions. There are no adjustable resistance levels, as these are not recommended for unsupervised outdoor use.

3 D pictogram of the pull-up trainer


Model No.JS-0561D
Maximum number of users1
Maximum user weight120 kg
User groupBody height greater than 140 cm (EN 16630)
MaterialStainless-steel and plastic components (ABS)
ColourPlastic components “Ruby red” (RAL 3003) – other colours on request
CertificationTested and certified according to EN 16630
Equipment dimensions (L x W)985 mm x 1010 mm
Height above ground surface2245 mm
Free height of fall434 mm
Movement space (L x W x H)3987 mm x 4010 mm x 2634 mm

Similar playfit® Equipment

In addition to the playfit® Stand and Pull, there is other strength equipment for your fitnesspark in order to train pull-ups, such as the playfit® Calisthenics System, the playfit® MICRO calisthenics unit and playfit® horizontal bars.

Multifunction Unit Micro
Multifunction Unit Micro

Additional Equipment

If you require a set of outdoor-fitness equipment combined in such a way to allow a coordinated exercising schedule please do not hesitate to contact us.
We will be most happy to recommend an optimal combination based on recommended fitness-training schedules and sports science while taking into consideration any specific customer requirements.