Restore Strength & Flexibility Kit
Build strength and flexibility with resistance bands
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Become stronger and more flexible with the #1 recommended post-physical therapy tool: resistance bands. Increase shoulder flexibility and range of motion, strengthen upper back muscles, improve posture, and condition core muscles with our all-in-one resistance band kit. The Strength & Flexibility Kit will add variety and challenge to your workout with three different resistance levels and our detailed exercise guide. Made in China.
Restore Strength & Flexibility Kit Features:
- Three multi-level resistance bands
- Increase range of motion and strengthen muscles
- Includes detailed exercise guide
- Made exclusively by Gaiam
Restore Strength & Agility
Our Restore Line is designed for recovery, pain relief and releasing tension. These products are small and portable so that they can easily be brought to the gym, office or even on-the-go!
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but cannot find anywhere in the directions or on the box which is strongest and what pulling poundage they are.
Green = light
Blue = medium
Grey = heavy
There is no resistance to pound conversions available. With any resistance band, the amount of perceived exertion or weight lifted will vary based upon where you are holding, and how you are using the band.
Thank you, Tracy
# Strength And Flexibility Kit:
•Three multi-level resistance bands with an exercise guide( no DVD)
(shoulder, back and core muscles)
# Pilates Band Kit Medium Resistance with Ana Caban:
•BodyBand (5'L) with selected resistance with Pilates BodyBand Workout DVD featuring Ana Caban (40 minutes)
(arms, thighs, hips, buttocks and abs)
By nature the variable resistance bands provide a different amount of force depending on how many inches the cable is stretched. The actual force created by the band changes throughout the movement as the band becomes elongated, creating what is called variable resistance. This is why a band rated at 20 lbs. may feel different than using a dumbbell that weighs 20 lbs. With this being said that is why we do not have a weight listing because it isn’t really an accurate conversion.
The bands included are going to range from a similarity to working with a 5 to 10 pound weight on the light resistance, medium resistance is similar to working with a 10 to 15 pound weight, and the heavy is about 15 to 20 pounds. Again those weights aren't really super accurate as there is no actual conversion.