Wacky Fitness Devices That Really Work
Looking to lose weight and get toned? Reviewers says these weird fitness inventions may actually help
Perfect Pushup, $39.95If proper form is an issue with pushups, these rotating handles aim to fix that. Formulated to grip the floor and help speed up results by "engaging more muscles in the arms, chest, shoulders and back, they have garnered more positive than negative reviews. Some users say they are a primer for rotator cuff and wrist injuries, not to mention slightly painful to use despite having rubberized handles (one reviewer even recommends wearing leather gloves to cushion your hands); but others say the exact opposite, adding that the "rotation makes pushing up less of a struggle" and the video can "help you improvise for greater range and more effective exercise."
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