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Fitness Anywhere Recalls TRX Dip and Hammer Bars

  • TRX Dip Bar for S-Frame
  • TRX Dip Bar for Elevated Frame
  • TRX Hammer Bar
  • TRX Hammer Bar on Suspension Frame
Name of Product:
TRX Dip and Hammer Bars<em></em>
The welds on the bars can crack or break and cause the user to fall, posing a risk of injury.
Recall Date:
March 05, 2014
About 2,700
Consumer Contact

Fitness Anywhere toll-free at (888) 221-7417 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday ET, by email at or at and click on the Product Recall link at the bottom of the page for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves TRX dip bars and hammer bars used with TRX S-Frames and Elevated Frames which are used to support TRX exercise equipment. The TRX dip bar for an S-Frame consists of two handles about 18" apart at the base affixed 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 affixed to a 58" bar that attaches to the Elevated Frame. They are used for performing dips and other related exercises. The TRX hammer bar consists of two handles about 16" apart affixed to a 17" bar that attaches near the top of the S-Frame or Elevated Frame and is used for performing pull ups and other related exercises.


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled dip bars and hammer bars and contact Fitness Anywhere for a replacement. Fitness Anywhere has notified all known purchasers.


Fitness Anywhere has received 33 reports of welds breaking, including one report of a minor injury.

Sold At:
Fitness Anywhere and authorized commercial distributors nationwide from June 2011 to May 2013 for about $500.

Fitness Anywhere LLC, of San Francisco, Calif.


Fitness Anywhere LLC, of San Francisco, Calif.

Manufactured In:
United States and China
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