TRX Dip and Hammer Bars Recalled – Injury Risk
Fitness Anywhere has recently recalled approximately 2,700 dip and hammer bars due to risk of injury.
About the TRX Dip and Hammer Bar Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the weld on the dip and hammer bars can crack or break and cause the user to fall, and may pose a risk of injury to consumers. CPSC recommends that consumers stop using the recalled dip and hammer bars immediately and contact Fitness Anywhere for a replacement.
Description of the Recalled TRX Dip and Hammer Bars
- The affected TRX dip and hammer bars are used with the TRX-S Frames and Elevated frames and are also used to provide support to TRX exercise equipment.
- The TRX dip bar for an S-Frame consists of two handles about 18” apart at the base that are attached to a 49” bar that attaches to the S-Frame.
- The TRX dip bar for an Elevated Frame consists of two handles about 18” apart at the base that are attached to a 58” bar that attaches to the Elevated Frame.
- The TRX hammer bar is made up of two handles about 16” apart affixed to a 17” bar that affixes near the top of the S-Frame or Elevated Frame.
- The dip bars are used for performing dips or other related exercises, and the hammer bar is used for performing pull ups and other related exercises.