I have used these for years on Kiana's Flex Appeal ESPN Home Gym Segments. When I hosted the Fitness America Pageant(s) series for ESPN and the Body Building contests, men and women used these to pump up back stage. I travel with these and toss them in my gym bag, too. They are wonderful for tightening and toning the entire body, for stretching and getting a full body workout anywhere. My husband and kids love them too! I use them for dynamic warm ups, total body strength circuits and active cool downs. Fun for partner exercises too!
Best Seller! Exercise tubing is one of the most affordable training tools available and can provide and effective upper- and lower-body workout for anyone. Unlike conventional equipment, resistance tubing allows you to work in multiple planes of movement. Their elastic properties give you varying levels of intensity and provides a full range of motion. Resistance tubing is a perfect product for personal training and clubs. It is a great option to travel with when you are wanting to workout on-the-go.
Helping to strengthen muscles, improve balance, and prevent injuries, resistance bands are a portable, lightweight, simple to use, and are an inexpensive way to add some extra “oomph” to your workout sessions, whether you are an experienced athlete or just beginning fitness training.
Using a resistance tube:
Provides an optimal workout for both upper and lower body
Allows exercises on multiple planes of movement, targeting more muscles
Provides variety in intensity and increased range of motion
Produced with a unique layering process to improve longevity in institutional or commercial settings. Please inspect tubing products before each use. In institutional settings, we recommended inspecting all tubing products on a 90 day basis to insure wear and usage is no excessive and replace as necessary. Combo Kit includes (1) of each resistance.
Nylon handles with hard PVC grips
Color coded by resistance level
Resistance Tube Recommendations:
Extra Light: Rehabilitation and those who have little or no exercise activity.
Light: Those with some exercise activity and rehabilitation. Starting size for most women.
Medium: Those who exercise regularly. Starting size for most men.
Heavy: Intermediate to advanced exercises. Good for training larger muscle groups.
Extra Heavy: Highly advanced exercisers who have mastered form and technique.
Ultra Heavy: Trained athletes and extremely advanced exercisers that require a higher resistance.