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✓ Reduce Joint Stress

✓ Increase Range of Motion

✓ Portable and Lightweight


The patent-pending hand wedges are built out of fiberglass and have 5 anti slip rubber feet so that you can train on any surface.

The detachable elastic band on the ascent keeps your hand in place and is stretchy to accomodate all hand sizes.

**Ascent comes in a pair

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Add more height and angle to the ASCENT™

Increase Comfort
During Exercise

Range of Motion

Prevent Wrist Pain
and Injuries





"Much Better than Push-up Handles

These are a perfect solution for working with clients who have stiff and sore wrists.

Not only does it relieve some of the stress on the wrist but it still helps them build stronger hands.

Definitely a go to four push-ups and squats training."

-Matt Schifferle
Founder of Red Delta Training

"Burpees are great for training all attributes.
But these were hard for me to do.

Until I got these hand wedges from Kensui Fitness.

They position my wrist to easily take impact without further damage to my joints."

-Bill Maeda
Owner of FitPro Hawaii

Prevent Wrist Pain

The ascent hand wedges are designed to soften angles in all sorts of calisthenics movements.

This helps to increase comfort and stability.

You also have the option to add the ASCENT Boosters to elevate the angle in 5 degree increments.

Feels Like Wood

We have textured the surface to make it feel like wood and optimize your grip and comfort.

Train Anywhere

The Ascents can be easily transported around your home gym as well as on trips as its very compact and lightweight.


Is the Ascent one size fits all?

Yes, the elastic strap and the shape of the ascent was specifically designed to accomodate all hand sizes.

What is the degree of the incline?

It is around 15 degrees. With the upcoming ASCENT booster you can increase in 5 degree increments.

How much weight can it hold?

The ascent is made of fiberglass and is extremely strong. You don't have to worry about this, it can hold more than you'll ever need.

Can you hands slide down the wedge?

Its always a challenge to create a surface that is both slip-resistant and comfortable. We have added texture to the surface of ascent to prevent slipping. However for those with especially sweaty palms, we recommend using chalk to get the best effect!

Customer Reviews

Based on 47 reviews
Dale H. (US)
Great but…

Ok… this is my most honest review ever. I purchased the Kensui ascent about 30 days ago and I have to admit I love them. My core is activated just doing push-ups. No forced engaging. I mean your core midsection will start to engage and you’ll wonder why are my abs so tight. That is the amazingly great part of these. The only drawbacks for me is that the elastic bands used to keep them on your hand when is a little too loose. Also I thing that this product can be improved upon by adding a neoprene jacket in a hand molded pattern so the heal of your hands don’t fee so raw. The hard plastic is exceptionally durable but brutal on the palms. Over all I love the product but I think it needs some tweaking to get right. Maybe slice the upper portion of them and replace with a thick hard rubber for less pressure.

Gabriel C. (US)

Very satisfied!!! Definitely recommended if burpees are you choice of poison to burn fat.

Steve (US)
Very pleased

Only used them a few times but so far I'm pleased. They're well made and feel comfortable. Never had too much wrist pain doing push ups but I agree with the elevated palm too reduce discomfort. These will offer me another option when doing push ups. Thanks!

Anthony W. (US)
Love the product.

Great for push-ups and squats. No wrist or knee aches or pains. I wish that I obtained them sooner.

Patrick A. (US)
Another great Kensui product!

I really like the Kensui Ascent, it's an interesting product. Love using these to power through some burpees or pushups while outside where there might be some rough terrain (rocks, glass, concrete, etc). It's a very simple product but quite effective for that usage. However, I have large feet so using these to squat with or stand on isn't really the most effective use of the Ascent for me and I was looking forward to using them for that purpose as well. I don't know how to remedy this problem if there's a future iteration as I don't think it would be a great idea to make these too large. But maybe an XL version for people with larger feet would be good? I'm not sure, but as it stands it's a great idea for people looking to use these for a number of different exercises and there is a lot of use cases for the device. Also, a better strap would be appreciated as mine has fallen off before.