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Training Push-Up Bars

Price: $19.99

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SKU:P-901
Quick overview:
Heavy-duty steel push-up bars.
Cushioned foam grips for a comfortable workout experience.
Angled design for maximum workout results; non-skid removable bases for easy portability.
Best for chest, shoulders, and triceps, very easy to assemble.
Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.
Price: $19.99

Details

  • Heavy-duty steel push-up bars. Cushioned foam grips for a comfortable workout experience.
  • Angled design for maximum workout results; non-skid removable bases for easy portability.
  • Extra tall clearance allows for better range of motion.
  • Best for chest, shoulders, and triceps, very easy to assemble.

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Customer Reviews

Good basic pushup bars
By Rtd
October 5, 2015 1:13:38 AM PDT
Quality
5/5
Price
5/5
Value
5/5

First of all about me: I'm a former gym rat that used to be in commercial gyms for 15 yrs an avg of 4x per week. 3 yrs ago I quit the gym (and the PIA crowd) and built my own gym at home. My gym is bodyweight based and I do 3 strength/conditioning and 3 cardio workouts per week.

I work on a computer all day so I can have varying degrees of CTS in my wrist which makes pushups painful at times. I also wanted a pushup bar that allowed me to put my hands in varying rotated positions. I didn't need the silly (to me) 'perfect pushup'. Really people, do you think your muscles know the difference? It's only resistance. Cheap pushup bars will build the same body as $50 bars.

These are a good basic set. Nothing fancy. They have been steady for me, no issues whatsoever and they get a lot of use. Only minor gripe is the foam could be thicker but hey they are cheap. I can do wide grip without having these fall over. I've made a fair amount of my own exercise equipment so I tend to look a little deeper into equipment than others. I have no regrets about buying these.

Well made
By Mike
February 21, 2013 4:00:14 AM PST
Quality
5/5
Price
5/5
Value
5/5

I've had these push-up bars for over a year now and haven't had any problems. They hold me up perfectly fine and don't shake or wobble at all ( I weigh 165 pounds).

They work
By Noahsmommy
September 6, 2011 5:02:59 AM PDT
Quality
4/5
Price
4/5
Value
4/5

But it took about a week before I became really bored with them. They are very easy to assemble and use. Took off a star because there is no padding and the bars really hurt your hands.

Solid and they come apart for travel.
By david
July 6, 2011 4:59:17 AM PDT
Quality
5/5
Price
5/5
Value
5/5

These push-up bars work fine, at first they felt a little light but I haven't had any issues with them from any angle of push-ups. They are light and come apart so when I travel I can easily throw them in my suitcase.

good
By Jeremy
June 17, 2011 5:03:21 AM PDT
Quality
4/5
Price
4/5
Value
4/5

The product was good and exactly what i ordered. The only issue was that the bolt was a little loose.

Works as described
By Machine
March 17, 2011 5:02:19 AM PDT
Quality
4/5
Price
4/5
Value
4/5

My fiancee and I got these for the P90 workout series. They are sturdy and well constructed. Heavy material. No real cons I can think of at this point except maybe they could be a little more comfortable.

Good basic pushup bars
By Rtd
December 7, 2010 3:58:06 AM PST
Quality
5/5
Price
5/5
Value
5/5

First of all about me: I'm a former gym rat that used to be in commercial gyms for 15 yrs an avg of 4x per week. 3 yrs ago I quit the gym (and the PIA crowd) and built my own gym at home. My gym is bodyweight based and I do 3 strength/conditioning and 3 cardio workouts per week.

I work on a computer all day so I can have varying degrees of CTS in my wrist which makes pushups painful at times. I also wanted a pushup bar that allowed me to put my hands in varying rotated positions. I didn't need the silly (to me) 'perfect pushup'. Really people, do you think your muscles know the difference? It's only resistance. Cheap pushup bars will build the same body as $50 bars.

These are a good basic set. Nothing fancy. They have been steady for me, no issues whatsoever and they get a lot of use. Only minor gripe is the foam could be thicker but hey they are cheap. I can do wide grip without having these fall over. I've made a fair amount of my own exercise equipment so I tend to look a little deeper into equipment than others. I have no regrets about buying these.

strong and firm pushup bars
By Boyd
November 3, 2010 4:58:41 AM PDT
Quality
5/5
Price
5/5
Value
5/5

When I saw the others in how cheap and flimsy they are I started looking for something more durable. I really like these and I could not find anything as nice as these. The pad in the middle could be a little firmer, but if it ends up needing replacement after a few years, it would be extremely easy. I am sure others will like these too for they are easy to assemble and extremely firm being metal.

Recommended by me !
By Mike
November 1, 2010 5:03:48 AM PDT
Quality
4/5
Price
4/5
Value
4/5

These bars are great. They give you more of a work out when doing push ups. I highly recommend them.

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