Tony Horton's PowerStands®

Achieve the best push-up every time!

The ultimate fitness equipment designed to help you achieve the best push-up every time! It enhances your push-up workouts without straining your wrists or forearms. The ergonomic design with nonskid bases and foam-grip padding ensures muscle engagement and maximum comfort during prolonged use. Tony Horton's PowerStands are the perfect addition to your home gym for strengthening and sculpting your arms, shoulders, chest, and back!

Special features include:

  • Works for any fitness level—from beginner through professional athlete
  • Premium grade, heavy duty
  • Nonskid circular bases are ultra-stable
  • Angled to eliminate wrist strain
  • Foam grips eliminate hand strain
  • No assembly required
  • Designed and used by celebrity trainer Tony Horton

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Tony Horton's PowerStands for only $39.90 (+ $12.95 s&h)

Tony Horton's PowerStands Customer Reviews

Tony Horton's PowerStands ® is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I can do pushups again! After a lifetime of doing push-ups, I was unable to do them for the past year because by wrists were getting twitchy. For some reason, they would always hurt when doing pushups. Often my wrists continued to hurt for days after. So I just stopped. Then I figured I needed to try something. I wanted to buy these, but I was like “these are way too expensive” So I just started using dumbbells, since I had those anyway, and it wouldn’t cost me a thing. Unfortunately, those didn’t work well, and my wrists still hurt. So I finally gave in and bought these. I am telling you, it is night and day. I can do tons of pushups with no pain and even get a deeper push-up. They are super comfortable and well made. My only regret is I didnt buy them two years ago. Money well spent!
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Possibly a good product This is a difficult review to write because these do not work for me but probably work for others. I am a woman with medium to large size hands. These power stands have extremely large grips at 6 inches in circumference (for reference, my 12lb dumbbells are only 4.5 inches in circumference). I cannot do push ups with these cuz they hurt my wrists and forearms way too much...I can do push ups on the floor with some wrist pain (no forearm pain) so I bought these to hopefully eliminate all pain, but it actually made it much worse. However, they do seem like they are very well made and are non slip on a nice large base. They just do not work for a person with smaller hands. I cannot speak to durability because these are unused just sitting in the closet.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome stands I had bought the cheap stands at Wal Mart. I could feel them bend when using them. A friend bought me these for my 50th birthday. They are great. Sturdy, no slip, and no bending. These really helped my workouts. I've used them for months now, and love them. I've never seen the metal ones everyone talks about. I know these are not cheap. They are sturdy, and worth the money.
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These will do the job! I have both the old steel and the new plastic models. Because I work out in two locations, I use both models all the time 1. Durability. People complaining about the "cheap plastic" or durability of the new model have, in fact, never had one break. I've never had either model break. The present model is durable. 2. Height. The old model is a bit higher. Neither a plus nor a minus. Maybe shorter is a little easier on the shoulders maybe higher allows a little more depth, but in fact no one, including Tony, lowers chest to ground anyway. Depth is dictated by mobility, comfort, stand placement, exhaustion, etc. not stand height. If you want to do L-sits or deficit handstand push ups, add a set of parallettes to your arsenal. 3. Quality. I've had a couple sets of stands from big box sports outlets. Tony's stands are way better. I threw the others away.
Date published: 2015-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are great. Sturdy and durable. So many complaints about them being made out of "cheap plastic". Plastic does not mean cheap. Go get some plastic ones at your local sporting goods store and you will see cheap plastic. These are solid and sturdy. PERFECTLY sturdy. They don't bend, budge, creak, or give in any way. They also provide more than enough range of motion. Plastic? Yes. Cheap? Absolutely NOT. Better/worse than their metal predecessor? I don't know, but just because some prefer metal to plastic does NOT mean these are cheap and it does NOT merit giving this product one star.
Date published: 2015-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Power Stands The power stands are sturdy and well made. They help me do more push ups as I feel less strain in my wrists and shoulders. An excellent buy for me that will help me with current and future workout programs.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product... I don't normally write reviews, but thought this product warranted one. I read many of the negative reviews, primarily people complaining that the stands were no longer metal. These stands, while plastic, are high quality. I'm 250, and they are rock solid. No flexing, no slippage. I use them six days a week, and so far, they have no signs of wear. They have a nice wide base, so they don't tip like the cheap metal ones I had from the local sporting goods store. All in all, a well thought out, great product. If anything happens to these, I will not hesitate to buy another set. They're great!
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Please bring back the metal power stands! Sometimes I do p90x at my buddies house & he has the original power stands which are excellent. Tall & sturdy. I have been trying to find them ever since. Not so easy since BB switched to these inferior stands. I will stick with my cheap angled push up bars until BB brings back the original. P90x is by far the best home workout DVD set currently on the market, the pull up bar is excellent too, & the original power stands WERE in a league of there own. Why on earth would BB switch to these average quality with a premium price tag push up stand?
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gets the job done Bought these in January to use with X2, and they got the job done for me. They're pretty comfortable to the hands, and not too straining on the wrist, and didn't fold over for me when going super wide with the push ups. Assembly was a piece of cake ;-) I did have a tremendous lucky find though the other week I went into a sports store in town where you can trade and sell used gym and sports equipment and there they were... a pair of the Original metal power stands. I lunged at them like it was the last 65" LED tv on black Friday morning at Best Buy. But the new ones are alright too if needed. Just sold mine on eBay :-D
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok, but please bring back the metal ones guys. I too have had both. I sold my metal ones awhile back and bought the plastic version. The plastic ones are ok but they truly aren't like the first metal issues. The metal ones were taller and had a nice heavy feel to them. The opposite can be said for the plastic ones. I wish I had my other ones back :( So Beach Body guys, you have quality throughout your entire company. And I mean that. I have P90x, P90x2 and Body beast. Killer quality workouts! Dont go cheap on us now with the plastic stands. Tony, your name is on've done better. Bring em back! Thanks.
Date published: 2013-07-24
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