Monkii Bars: Portable Workout Device

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We all want to stay in shape, but who wants to spend hours a day locked up in the gym? Inspired by the monkey bars we played on as kids, Monkii Bars is an ultra-portable fitness device that lets you work out anywhere your heart desires.

More than just the next big fitness gimmick, this suspension training tool is a great way to sneak in workouts before heading to the office, during lunch breaks, or even on camping and hiking trips. Setup couldn’t be easier, taking just 60 seconds to get the system in place. Simply remove the suspension lines stored in each bar, toss the line over any structure, adjust the loop to your exercise, and you’re ready to roll. Monkii Bars are constructed from an incredibly strong aerospace grade aluminum core that has been finished off with a comfortable maple grip. Watch the video below. [Kickstarter]

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