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Monkii Bars

After a very successful kickstarter campaign, the lightweight and ultra-portable suspension training tool - Monkii Bars, is now available for purchase. The clever suspension training tool is like having a portable gym, you can easily set up for a workout whenever you find some spare time, at home, in your office, at a park, or while camping and traveling. Set up takes less than a minute, remove the suspension line stored inside each bar, toss the line over any support structure, and adjust the loop to your specific exercise. Included is a training guide with over 100 complete workouts. watch the video



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