Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up

Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up
Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up
Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up

Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up
Can be used almost anywhere for large range of exercises, to increase or decrease effort required. Useful tool for warm ups, resistance training or Crossfit / Circuit workouts. Can be bought individually or as a pair.

Resistance bands are an essential tool for most athletes and fitness enthusiasts. They are multi functional and can be utilised by most athletes to improve recovery, flexibility, mobility, and power.

Green resistance band can be used for High tension stretching E. They can also be used by experienced/strong athletes for exercises such as. The stronger resistance bands can be used for various purposes (to increase or decrease exercise difficulty) an example of this would be to help take some weight off whilst performing pull ups (Attach a band to a secure pull up bar and you are able to rest your feet on the band). Resistance band are recommended for.

Pull ups / Chin ups. However, this recommendation is generalised as strength and bodyweight of each individual differs.

Green resistance band can be used for assisted pull ups. It is generally used by heavier people or those attempting to do their first pull up. These can be done with just the bands! Bicep curls, hammer curls, isometric curl, s. Eated curl (both feet on the band), s.

Tanding bicep curl (attach band to strong apparatus at chest height). One arm preacher curl (attach band on strong apparatus below knee height and place one arm behind the working arms elbow). Tricep pushdowns, tricep kickbacks, overhead tricep extension, cross body tricep extension, kneeling overhead tricep extension.

Shoulder press, shoulder front raise, shoulder side/lateral raise, rotator cuff, shoulder pull down, upright row, overhead shoulder press. Banded push ups, flys, standing press, lay down on bands and press to ceiling.

Deadlift, bent over Rows (attach band around a strong object and perform a row), band pull Aparts, upright rows, seated row (put band around both feet, straighten feet and row). Squat, zercher squat (rest band on bicep), standing leg adduction and abduction. Pallof Hold, standing ab twists, oblique raises, low - high Chops, high - low chops, kneeling ab crunch. Hold /squeeze each rep for 1-3 seconds.

Resistance bands have been adopted into a range of training exercises that largely benefit those training in Body building; Power lifting, Boxing and MMA. Bands can be attached to barbells to increase or decrease resistance on bench press, squats, bicep curls, dead lifts etc. An example to increase difficulty on Bench Press would be attaching a band to the outside of the barbell and a heavy secure object below.

As you perform the movement you will find the exercise increasingly difficult during the concentric phase (as you push the bar off your chest). The resistance will continuously increase as the bar moves further away from your chest. An exercise designed to increase punching power - Attach a band to secure upright object at shoulder height. Distance yourself appropriately depending on band resistance and get in your fight stance and then throw punches whilst holding the band.

Increase OR decrease exercise difficulty. Decreasing exercise difficulty would be assisting with pull ups. To increase exercise difficulty an example would be attaching the resistance bands to the floor and bar while performing dead lifts. The resistance would continually increase until you reached the end range of motion.

Increasing exercise difficulty - Attaching bands to two secure heavy objects on the floor and to both sides of a Barbell and then performing movements such as Dead lifts, Squats, Bench Press, Bicep Curls etc. Decreasing exercise difficulty - Attaching a band to a pull up bar and connecting it to your feet to help take some weight off and assist you with pull ups. We recommend that you always inspect your resistance bands carefully before use for any tears, wear or damage. Our resistance bands (like any rubber band) are likely to wear and tear over time.

Do not use damaged or worn resistance bands and do not use them for something they are not intended for. Band Size & Strength (Length x Width x Thickness) Green Band dimensions - 1040mm x 45mm x 4.5mm Band resistance at 100% - 40kg We do have a lighter resistance band available for initial rehabilitation work post injury.

For more specific advice we recommend getting advice of a fitness expert or physio therapist. Nly fix bands to surfaces that allow the bands to stretch evenly and freely Smooth surfaces ie c. If the bands are jammed under high friction objects or equipment with abrasive finishes (Jammed under weight discs / knurled bars) the bands will wear quickly at these fixed points and deteriorate / fail at a much faster rate. When used, natural latex creates a blooming effect which causes oxidation. This appears as white powder on the bands.

This doesn't effect the band's functionality; however, we do recommend using a damp cloth with lukewarm water and wipe the surface before use.
Resistance Exercise Band Green 1m Loop (41) Max Resistance 40Kg Pull Up

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