Definition of Chinning bar
1. Noun. A horizontal bar on which you can chin yourself.
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Literary usage of Chinning bar
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1. The Springfield Survey: Study of Social Conditions in an American City by Shelby Millard Harrison, Russell Sage Foundation Dept. of Surveys and Exhibits, Springfield Survey Committee (Springfield, Ill.) (1918)
"Pull Up (Chinning) A portable chinning bar in a doorway, a horizontal bar in the gymnasium, or the rungs of a ladder set at an angle against a building may ..."
2. The Organization and Administration of Physical Education by Jesse Feiring Williams (1922)
"Pull-up (Chinning) A portable chinning bar in a doorway, a horizontal bar in the gymnasium or on the rungs of a ladder set at an angle against a building ..."
3. A Practical Recreation Manual for Schools by Lebert Howard Weir, Stella Walker Durham, Oregon Dept. of Education (1914)
"PULL UP (CHINNING) A portable chinning bar in a doorway, a horizontal bar in the gymnasium or the rungs of a ladder set at an angle against a building may ..."
4. Health by Stunts by Norton H. Pearl, H. E. Brown (1919)
"Next he finds the chinning bar awaiting him, with a man in charge to see that the pull-up and let-down 1. Chinning are properly done. ..."
5. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1920)
"chinning bar. This can be made of a 2-inch pipe or strong wheel spoke placed across a corner or hung from a simple frame. The height from the floor should ..."
6. New Rational Athletics for Boys and Girls by Frederick Joseph Reilly (1917)
"High Jump The reason for the change in 2 and 4 is, first, that our Pitching Target hangs near the chinning bar so that we cannot have the two events going ..."
7. Educational Resources of Village and Rural Communities by Joseph Kinmont Hart (1913)
"Sand pile, swings, and other inexpensive apparatus are easily provided, and so are the chinning bar, jumping pit, and running course. ..."