Resistance bands and power bands: the power of resistance

Resistance bands and power bands: the power of resistance

Small, compact and lightweight. Resistance bands and power bands are part of the select few fitness accessories that are easy to carry around and that can be used to train many muscle groups!

Resistance bands and power bands power bands provide you with endless movement possibilities. They are not dependent on gravity, as are dumbbells and barbells, for example. If you want to add a little weight to a side leg raise, you probably won't be able to do that with a dumbbell or barbell. Simply said, where do you put it? A power band or resistance band is an ideal solution. And to remove a prejudice: power bands and resistance bands are widely used by both women and men.
 


<strong>Space to move</strong>
Space to move
With resistance bands and power bands you work with resistance, because the band is made of elastic. In addition, you mainly use your own body weight and strength, and give an extra dimension to your workout. Whatever you use the band for – kicking, pushing, pulling or punching, lying or standing, it doesn't matter in terms of resistance. That gives a lot of freedom of movement, because you can easily fold resistance bands and power bands and take them with you in your bag. Try that with a weight plate.

<strong>Resistance bands and rehabilitation</strong>
Resistance bands and rehabilitation
Are you recovering from injury? Even then, resistance bands and power bands are ideal. You can move at a slow pace, build up gradually or take a step back if needed. You can easily and quickly switch between resistances and can continue your workout seconds after finishing using the band.

<strong>Safer workouts</strong>
Safer workouts
Another advantage: you don't work with heavy weights, but you are actually working with heavy weights. When a resistance band or power band falls on your toes, you don't say "ouch." That's the difference with a dumbbell, or even a yoga ball.

The advantages of resistance bands and power bands at a glance:

  • They are easy to carry and require little storage space
  • The bands weigh little
  • You can train safely with it and you do not need a training buddy
  • Resistance bands and power bands are available in clearly recognizable resistance levels
  • You train your whole body
  • Within seconds you can switch between resistance levels
  • You can combine the bands with other training devices and accessories
      

Looking for resistance bands or power bands for the perfect full body workout? Take a look at our range of products!

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