.I noted in my post that it has a place in one's training.ironmaiden708 wrote:Ok I do agree with you but there is a benefit to owning pushup handles.
However, there is nothing "perfect" about it.
The problem is that people always want to know they they are buying the best piece of equipment. I deal with that everyday when selling fitness equipmenet.
The truth is that the majority of fitness equipment in the same price range is equal. The same can be said about shoes, etc.
What makes one "shoe" better than another is that it fits you needs.
But it's a load of $$$$$hit that people will ever look like that by doing pushups. It will make you stronger, but not like that, that ad on their website reminded me of watching a bowflex commercial. There only credentials for the handles was a "Navy SEAL Platoon Commander", which means theres no science to back there claims. If anyone is active in the military, let me know if they issue you perfect pushups with along with your clothes so you can become jacked and unstoppable on the battlfield
Bowflex...Great example. Those guys are one of the masters of marketing. In the past, I've sold Bowflex (Nautilus) products.
The quality is lacking. The service is even worst.
Gear Trends Magazine (Retail fitness magazine) conducts surveys of products. Over the last three years, Nautilus/Bowflex has won the "Worst Service Award."
So, when you do have a problem with any of their products...and I guarantee you will...good luck on getting it taken care of.