Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus
LifelineUSA Power Push-up Plus
Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus//Push-Up Variations
Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus//Dead Lifts
Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus//Changing Resistance
Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus//Bent Over Rows
Power Push Up
Lifeline//Power Push-Up Plus//Step Back Lunge
Extreme Power Push-Up – TITLE Boxing – Push Up Resistance Bands
Lifeline Power Pushup Elastic Resistance for Push Ups
Amazon Price: $39.99 $39.99 (as of June 18, 2018 3:52 am –
If you think push-ups are effective, wait until you try them with the added intensity of the Lifeline Power Push-up Plus! It offers up to 80 lbs. of resistance, and is more effective than using a benchpress. In addition to push-ups and resisted punches, it can also be used to add intensity to lunges, squats, body rows and more! The Power Push-up Plus strengthens chest, shoulder, back and arm muscles with push-ups, flies, shoulder circles and punches. You can also tone your abdominal muscles, obliques, and lower back with push-up and press workouts! Make sure to grab your Power Push-up Plus today!
- Item Weight: 1.1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B00N1Y1BSM
- Item model number: LLPPP
Definitely makes push-ups much more difficult.
Great product. Fits great!
good for push up and doing karate punches
Resistance is not futile: a great way to add extra umph to your push ups
This power push-up plus does a pretty good job, although there are a few minor items that make this slightly less than perfect. First, two of the red rubber stoppers had already fallen out by the time I received the package (there are four per base). A third fell out the first time I tried to use it. These rubber stoppers are entirely necessary if you are doing your push ups on a hardwood floor (or something similar). I was pretty disappointed in that. I am planning on picking up some superglue and seeing if they can stay on that way.The other minor issue is that the strap is pretty difficult to adjust. This is good and bad – it’s good because it shouldn’t ever slip when you are working out. It’s bad if you want to do a “drop set” or something similar.
The cure for high reps with the push up!
I tend to only do push ups as a warm up for the other exercises I do for my chest-shoulder-triceps workouts. I’ve seen videos of people making them tougher and more awesome by getting their kids or their girlfriends to sit on their backs to add resistance. I don’t have kids and if I struggled with my gf’s weight she would get mad so easily adding weight isn’t an option.
Great multi-use exercise tool
I really like this as compared to the nonadjustable exercise bands or the rubber tubing with handles because I can make this as easy or difficult as I’d like. Not only can this be used for upgrading push-ups, it can be used to do arm butterflies and arm curls (put your foot through one handle and then do the curls with your arm. It’s easy to adjust and takes no time at all to do so. Because you can do a lot of different types of maneuvers with just this single band, it is perfect for packing in a suitcase for exercising on the road. No more packing multiple bands or aqua weights and taking up valuable suitcase space tin order o do workouts in your hotel room. You can even slide the belt out of the holder, slip it through the space between the door and the jamb, put the handle back on the belt, close the door, and use this for multiple other leg and arm exercises (though you do have to cut off the stitched end of the belt because otherwise it’s too big to be able to be slipped through the clamp). It is possible to purchase other bands to upgrade this even more and increase the resistance. I have to admit, this is a pretty slick piece of exercise equipment. A better price point would have been something more along the lines of $19.99 – $24.99 as $39.99 is rather pricey for what you get. Lifeline does offer instructions for use and different exercises, but you have to get them online. What comes in the box is absolutely basic information. This and the price is why I took off a start. Still, this is a great piece for a home gym and/or for exercising while traveling.