Resistance bands

Rehabilitating muscles When it comes to physical therapy, resistance bands are a great choice. You can train, and repair torn ligaments, pulled muscles and other muscle-related injuries, aches and stiffness. Perfect your pull-ups, get some more strength in your squats and upgrade your fitness level all together.

Resistance bands are, you guessed it, bands of rubber — at various lengths, thicknesses and durability — that are designed to help you stay fit, flexible, mobile and strong wherever you are.

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Resistance Bands 28 products Push yourself further with the use of resistance training bands ideal for leg and strength workouts and exercises. From USA Pro band sets, to those constructed for high-rep training from PTP, find a band to suit your needs here.

Resistance Bands & Tubes Fitness bands are portable, simple and easy to use. Traditionally resistance bands are used for rehabilitation and recovery but recently have been added to the workouts of many athletes, as they are extremely versatile and can be used for either resistance training or with barbells.

Resistance bands are large elastic bands that you can use to exercise all areas of the body. They can be good for people with limited mobility, as many of the exercises can be done while seated. “We should all do muscle-strengthening exercises at least twice a week,” says BHF physical activity specialist Lisa Purcell.

“Resistance bands are very versatile, and they provide a form of resistance training that is gentle on your joints. Mini bands (loop bands) or TheraBands are great options for a resistance band because there is no anchor point needed, and they are small and compact to take with you anywhere.