Resistance bands offer all the features of a traditional manual weight in a compact package that can be stored or carried anywhere. See a guide to all of our key factors, before buying medical equipment online, that make up a good resistance band and consider our recommendations for the most popular requirements.
What to consider when choosing a resistance band
When choosing a set of resistance bands, consider the following.
Lightweight and compact, it fits easily in your luggage bag. Despite the lightweight design, it is durable enough to withstand strenuous exercise programs and will not sink when you relax. Choose from 5 different resistance levels to incorporate into your workout routine.
It is suitable for various body exercises as well as exercises that use the whole body. It provides the same durable and non-slip material as roofing tape and is suitable for a variety of exercises. Our resistance band rollers are available in lengths up to 25 feet, so physiotherapists, trainers and other practitioners can cut to lengths as needed.
Pipe resistance bands are made of strong latex material with plastic handles attached to each end for extra durability. It also comes with a range of accessories such as door stabilizers, wrist straps and ankle straps that are fastened with carabiner clips. This makes it very versatile.
Resistance scale and level
Straight resistance tubes, loops and bands are available in five resistance levels so you can customize your workout. Each band is colour coded for quick easy identification.
- X Light (Orange): 2-4 lbs
- Light (green): 4-6 lbs
- Medium (blue): 10-12 lbs
- Heavyweight (purple): 15-20 lbs
- X Heavy (red): 25-30 lbs
- XX Heavy (Black): 35-40 lbs
Resistance straps are the most versatile because they are long enough for multiple exercises. You can also tie the heads with some of the features of the ribbon.
It is important to consider your goal when choosing your band. Whether you are adding extra challenge to the workout or rebuilding your strength after an injury, there is always a set for you on any medical online store.
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Our Resistance Straight Band is the most versatile. As you progress through treatment, you can increase your resistance level in 5 steps until you gradually improve it. For physiotherapists who want to offer their patients multiple exercises, resistance band wrapping offers all the benefits of a straight band in a single order package.
Lower Body Exercises
It is important to find special training equipment for the lower body that can effectively adjust the quadriceps and hamstrings. Resistance ring straps can be incorporated into your lower body with a perfect non-slip fit for multiple exercises. Tube resistance bands are another great option as they come with ankle straps to facilitate ankle exercises.
Upper body exercise
Physical exercises require equipment that can mobilize all muscle groups in the arms, shoulders, back and chest. Our pipe resistance belts are a good choice because they come with a set of removable door fittings and handles. This allows you to try a variety of exercises that target your upper body. Our resistance straight band range is also a good choice, the length is suitable for a wide range of physical upper workouts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you lose weight with a resistance band?
Resistance bands are a great way to meet your strength training needs and help with healthy weight loss. Weekly strength training also ensures that you do not lose fat as well as muscle. As you grow older, muscle tension increases, especially to avoid injuries and falls.
Can resistance bands replace weight?
They provide effective and affordable strength training exercises without assistance (such as using heavy weights). It is so small and light that you can carry it in the office or on vacation and store it when not in use.
What can you practice with resistance bands?
Resistance tapes can be used in countless ways. The possibilities are almost limitless. Use these bands to stretch during exercises such as Pilates or Yoga, or use them in specific muscular exercises such as biceps curl and chest presses. If you want to use a resistance band for rehabilitation, check out for specific exercises and specific bands on any medical online store,to help you recover.