Push Up Grip Spikes

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Push Up spikes are a cool twist on the standard push up.  They are challenging and call into action more wrist and overall body stability than ever before.  There are other push up spikes around, all with their own uses and merits.  A great SG customer, Louie, shared this idea that spawned the The StrongerGrip PUGS(Push Up Grip Spikes). Thanks to Louie you get to  take your push ups  to another level.  The first offering is a 3-1/2" Burger Shape, they have an amazing feel, allowing you to grip different areas on the globe to change the leverage.  There is no splitting the fingers with a t design, just pure comfort and agony once you get using them!  They are sold in Pairs. Also comes with pair of rubber pads. These are for using on smooth surfaces.

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  • 5
    Pushup Spikes

    Posted by Al on 11th Feb 2023

    Another good tool in my gym. Makes doing pushups alot tougher. Well made as all Ryan's equipment.

  • 5
    These SUCK!!!

    Posted by tired on 31st Jul 2020

    The only pushups that do anything for me are HSPUs; 179* and lower don't hit the muscle fibers I'm interested in anymore.

    Axe me how many standard pushups I can do with these. Think of a number between 0 and 2. That's right, I can proudly do a 14" elevated 3/4 pushup, the 5 minutes that takes spent planning how to ditch when my entire system gives out. It's totally irresponsible of Ryan to ship these without a catcher's mask.

    Mine are unfinished, with nice wire brush scoring, without which I'd just throw these out, zero chance of me even getting in position with smooth globes. My stems are ~1.5"? dia that are rounded at the ends, so no smaller globes on mine. I first tried this on a dense pile oriental rug -- this is how necks break. Wood, marble, tile, vinyl all seem like bad ideas as well; I'm cheating by putting these on 1" neoprene, because cheating keeps my health insurance premiums down. Ryan probably does his on ice, because Ryan's a showoff.

    My Orbigrip became a toy a few days after I received it, so I was shocked at how much you (meaning I) shake throughout the entire 3/4 pushup process; doing them elevated means you'll (I) shake when putting the second foot on the elevated surface.

    I bench with Fatbells and 1"&5/8" chains in a short mass for dead weight; when I lay back with them if the chains swing 1mm my neuro will happily shut every part of my life process down, just enough an excuse to sap all strength. I was hoping these pushup globes would help me own all axies at the wrist when under reasonably heavy weight, and I'm certain they will. In about 20 years. When I can do 1 pushup.

    Thinking about buying a second pair for my feet, because I've always hated my nose.

  • 5

    Posted by Brandon R on 27th Jun 2020

    Great product. Have a great feel to them.

  • 5
    Globe Spikes

    Posted by Robert L Ware Jr on 31st May 2020

    Ryan, these "Globe Spikes" are Mid Evil. I know that, if I can master this device, I have level up in my personal performance. Thanks, Robert aka @IRON_FIST_ROB Instagram.

  • 5
    Push up Spikes/Globes

    Posted by on 27th Jun 2019

    Outstanding quality and really challenging- 100% satisfying and highly recommended!

  • 5
    Wrist strengthening and thumb strength

    Posted by Chris on 23rd Mar 2018

    One of the few tools I have found that’s makes you engage your grip strength specifically at the thumb tip while also helping you with conditioning wrist control.
    Well built worth the expense, I have recommended it to friends

  • 5
    Great symbol piece of equipment

    Posted by Nick Rositano on 31st Dec 2016

    Besides making pushups harder, I turn them upside down for planks. I hang weights on them for open hand wrist curls. Great item, very happy with purchase

  • 5
    Pushup spikes

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Dec 2016

    Very well made, surprisingly light weight, but devilishly tough. I have a pair of tee handle spikes and can do ten, but only four with these. The tee handles are easier to hold and have a small flat on the bottom, but these have a sphere on top and a smaller sphere on the bottom. Go for it.

  • 5

    Posted by Brady Chin on 18th Aug 2016

    I just received mine and boy are they a challenge! So simple in design and I can't do a regular push-up yet. But I am inspired.