Fixed based canes are our most popular model because of its sturdy base, and versatile 14" shoulder width, the most common width for most men and women.
Canes are a fun apparatus for advancing your hand balance practice. Beginner to advanced exercise helps achieve your inverted goals. Challenge your balance, elevate your shapes and improve your strength.
Canes are an amazing balance tool for handstand practice. Handstand blocks firmly attached to metal sticks allows for a bit more height in handstand practice.
Can I use canes even if I am new to handstands?
Absolutely! Canes are a great training tool for strength, balance and flexibility drills such as crocs, L-sits, shoulder expansions, etc.
If you are new to handstands, placing the canes near a wall when inverting is recommended and an excellent way to improve your practice.
What are the blocks on the canes?
Similar to our handstand blocks, these blocks are attached to metal sticks to elevate your inversions.
The hand-to-block grip allows for less wrist extension than being flat on the ground, minimizing wrist pain.
Blocks on the canes aid as a training tool for hand-to-hand, acro and other partner work.
Our blocks are 2 ¼" thick which prevents your fingers from wrapping underneath the blocks.
What are the differences between Split & Fixed?
Fixed:Fixed based canes are our most popular model because of its sturdy base, and versatile 14" shoulder width, the most common width for most men and women.
Split:Split based canes allows you to set them at any width to provide a wide range of inversions and drills for all athletes.
High quality laminated maple (plywood) base stained with food grade mineral oil with pine hand blocks. No lacquer applied so wood maintains it's natural wood feel.
Height: 8” sticks (ground to top of block is 11”) Add “12” sticks (ground to top of blocks is 15”) 18” sticks (ground to top of blocks is 21”)
Dimensions: 23.5 X 12.5 X 1 ½” (base); 6 X 3 ½ X 2 ¼ (hand blocks)
Width between Canes 14”
Optional 3mm yoga mat can be applied to the bottom.