Pull-up Resistance Bands Can Help You Gain Strength and Mobility.
Resistance Bands are Great for Various Workouts
– Physical Therapy
What Are the Benefits of a Resistance Band
Pull up assist bands can help with the pull up movement. These stretchy bands are great for those who are trying to achieve a perfect pull up or are just beginning with pull ups. Because pull ups are a body-weight exercise, the more you weigh, the more difficult it is to do. These bands will assist you by taking on some of the body-weight load, making you lighter and allowing your muscles to complete the pull up movement at a more manageable weight. Alternatively, pull up resistance bands can also be used to assist those trying to achieve multiple unbroken reps, or max reps in a workout. Pull up resistance bands aren’t ONLY for pull-ups! Tie the exercise band to a column or post and use it for rows or a great twisting oblique workout. You can even stand on it for shoulder presses or curls! They are great for Chin ups, Powerlifting, and even stretching! These resistance bands were designed to support your weight, but are versatile enough to allow you to create one of the most challenging workout ever!
Other Workouts These Bands Can Be Used For
– Pull-up Assist
– Shoulder Presses
– Bench Press
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Do you find Weight Lifting to be intimidating? Pull up Bands can help you get over the strength gap that’s holding you back from achieving your weight lifting goals.
Are you trying to achieve Full Body strength training? Resistance bands can be used for a comprehensive, full-body workout that challenges virtually every major muscle group in your body.
Is your Exercise Equipment taking up your entire house? Resistance bands take up virtually no space at all. Which means you can use them at home even if you have very little extra space. When your workout is done, simply stash them in a drawer until your next session.
Are you Plateauing in your exercise routine? Your muscles quickly adapt to movements you do too often. This is why adding variety to your workouts is key for challenging your muscles. Resistance bands can be alternated with varying resistance levels for ongoing variety.
RED BAND: 12 to 30 lbs of resistance. Supports body weights up to 90 lbs. – With the least amount of resistance, these bands can be used for stretching, jumping and other light exercises, including light weightlifting. They are also perfect for those who only need a slight push for their pull ups.