Iron Body Training Bands
- Durable latex tube for smooth stretch
- Workout anywhere
- Great for a low impact workout
- Compact, durable, portable
- Available in variable weight resistances:Light (Orange): 15mm x 2.5mm x 208cm Medium (Blue): 20mm x 3.5mm x 208cm Heavy (Red): 25mm x 4.0mm x 208cm X-Heavy (Blue): 45mm x 4.8mm x 208cm
The Iron Body Training Band’s continuous, 208 cm rubber loop offers variable weight resistance with each band. 3 Iron Body Training Bands are available, each with a gradually greater weight range. You get virtually hundreds of resistance-exercise options.
Approximate Weight Resistant Ranges:
- Light 20 to 50lb (Orange)
- Medium 30 to 70lb (Blue)
- Heavy 40 to 90lb (Red)
- X Heavy 50 to 120lb (Blue)
Resistance bands are one piece of equipment every gym/personal trainer should have. Here are some ways you can use them:
- Mobility & Activation Exercises. Shoulder dislocations, x-band walks, band pull-a parts, band tractions, ... You can do all of them using a mini or light band.
- Pull-ups & Chin-ups. If you can't do a single rep, use a resistance band to assist you on the way up. Loop the band around your pull-up bar and your knee. The band will help you from the bottom up. This is one of the easiest ways to get stronger at Pull-ups & Chin-ups.
- Push-ups. Wrap a resistance band across your back while holding it in your hands. Now push yourself up. The stronger the band, the harder push-ups become.
- Pulley Exercises. You can do most pulley exercises with bands: lat pull downs, seated leg curls, seated rows, push downs, ...
Which Resistance Bands Should You Get?
If you're a big guy doing assisted Pull-ups: use the 2 bands combined to get the same assistance as heavier bands or get a single heavier band.
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