Baseball Grip Chin up


The Baseball Grip Chin up was designed to be a fat grip 9″ long neutral Grip Chin up handle that also has a 3″ diameter ball on the end which is the size of a regulation baseball. What separates our Baseball Grip from others on the market is the attachment hole at the bottom allowing you to easily add handles or suspension straps similar to our MG Chin Up. They are only sold in Pairs and come with four 1″ hardware sets.

Availability: 6 in stock

SKU 2074 Category

The Baseball Grip Attachment was custom ordered by Homestead HS but we decided to make it a production product as it is a great way to add fat grips to challenge athletes' grip to any 3x3 tubing with 1" holes. Homestead wanted a pair of Baseball Grips on their top beam connectors connecting their MG Alpha Half/Full Rack Combos so they would have a thicker more challenging grip for athletes who are more advanced with Pull Ups. They also add an easy anchor point for TRX Straps, Rings, Angles 90 or other items.


9" Long
single 2
3" Ball
angle 90 2
Tabs to add Straps or Handles



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