I've only had 1 pull up bar, and it was one where it came in a few pieces and had to be assembled. It held together, but the joins were where it flexed so I'm sure that's where it would have failed eventually. Getting a solid one like that is the right decision, I'd say.
I'm back swimming, or at least I was before this cold. Looking to start running on a threadmill very, very soon. My ankle still slightly complains occasionally, but I think I just need to push it a bit since it's on movements I rarely do (so not walking, more twisting).
Pulled my back 2 weeks ago, but almost healed. The personal trainer we have at work has given me a load of glute work to try and see if that helps going forward.
Starting to think about my goals for next year One thing is a 13km race in June which I would love to do in less than an hour. Want to do another triathalon too.