- Pushup stand Designed to rotate slightly, engaging more muscles and increasing strength and definition in arms, shoulders, chest, back and abs
- Ergonomic grips help distribute weight evenly, reducing pressure points and joint strain on wrists and elbows
- Built to last construction with smooth rotation and steel ball bearing system; Treads on bottom of handles Securely grip all floor surfaces
- Weight Vest Ready, 400 Pound weight Capacity; also called the Perfect V2 Pushup
- Dimensions: 10 inches x 8.25 inches x 6.2 inches; weight: 4 pounds
Just like the add stated. Happy with my perfect pushup.
The perfect pushup is even better quality than I expected. The bearings that the handles rotate on are very good quality. You can spin them like a top and it rotates cleanly for a long time. They definetely improve your form with practice, and there are many ways to use them to target different muscle groups by holding hands at a 45° angle for example to target more back muscles. Holding hands perpendicularly to the body targets sholders, while parallel to the body targets the arms. The ability to rotate also allows for a more "full body" range of muscle activation. Overall I am impressed. The handle quality is good and comfortable. The slight elevation the handles give you allow you to drop even lower into your pushup for more muscle activation. You can also use these handles for planks and side-planks. I do wish that the handles themselves rotated on the Y axis as opposed to only rotating at the base for the X-axis movement. Y axis movement would force you to hold the correct position with your wrists and arms during the pushup motion, which would target even more muscles. The product doesn't promise to do that, so I won't dock any stars for it, but I do wish this was implemented in a future version.
I am 275 pounds and do push-ups almost everyday. These have proven to be very robust. The bearings work great even at my weight. These are great if you are looking for heavy duty rotating push-up bars for a heavy person or doing weighted push-ups.
I weigh 230 This is good for me. Gives me plenty of options. Saw a firefighter using one and had to have. Not as easy as I thought but doable.
I have subnormal range of movement in my wrists, and these enable me to comfortably execute all the push-ups I want.