A great product for completing a vast number of possible exercises on. It's easily stored too making this a great piece of kit to work out with at home.
Loads of possible exercises in an affordable package. Easily stored too so it's ideal for home workouts.
Need a decent bit of space at home to use effectively.
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In this Decathlon Push Up Wheel Grips review, we put them to the test to see how easy they are to workout with and what benefits it can give your game.
Decathlon Push Up Wheel Grips Review
The Decathlon Push Up Wheel Grips are designed to help you get the most from strength exercises to develop muscles in your arms, legs, pectorals and core. Greater strength in these areas means better power and stability and, thereby, longer hitting and more consistent ball-striking when it comes to golf.
This multi-purpose product has been designed to allow you to do a variety of different exercises and to vary their difficulty.
Really, it’s a four in one fitness tool that can be adapted to your current fitness level.
Using just the handles, you can do press ups using your wrists to gain a wider range of motion.
If you use the rounded base under the handles, you can do unstable press ups to increase difficulty.
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The set can work as an Ab wheel, to work your abs and you can put your feet on them to use and work your legs.
This is another great piece of low-cost kit from Decathlon. There are various detachable elements that clip and unclip giving four uses.
The basic handles let you do deeper press-ups while using the clip-in rounded base produces unstable press-ups which are more difficult as this engages the core muscles more because you have to work to retain balance. You can use this device to help take the pressure off certain parts of your body while recovering from injury, yet still get a good workout.
With the wheels on it turns into an Ab Wheel-style device where, from a kneeling position, you push forwards and then back to work your abs. The wheeled base also lets you place your feet on them to work your legs.
This is a great and affordable product that is easily stored away but gives you the chance to work the full body, from arms and pecs to legs and core.
Dan is a Staff Writer and has been with the Golf Monthly team since 2021. Dan graduated with a Masters in International Journalism from the University of Sussex and primarily looks after equipment reviews and buyer's guides, specialising in golf shoe and golf cart reviews. Dan has now tested and reviewed over 30 pairs of golf shoes for the website and magazine with his current favourite pair being the Ecco Biom C4. A left handed golfer, his handicap index is currently 8.5 and he plays at Fulford Heath Golf Club in the West Midlands. His best day in golf so far was shooting 76 at Essendon Golf Club on his first ever round with his Golf Monthly colleagues. Dan also runs his own cricket podcast and website in his spare time.
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Driver: Ping G425 Max
Fairway: Ping G425 Max
Hybrid: Ping G425
Irons: Ping i59 (4-PW)
Wedges: Ping Glide Forged Pro
Putter: Wilson Staff Infinite Buckingham
Ball: TaylorMade TP5 Pix
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