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Loop Resistant Band - TPE

Loop Resistant Band - TPE

Regular price Rs. 133.00
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Set includes five loop resistance bands of varying resistance levels (10-15 LBS, 15-25 LBS, 2-35 LBS, 30-45 LBS, 40-60 LBS) and colors

Made of TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) material, which is durable and eco-friendly

Each band has a different width, providing varying levels of resistance

Lightweight and portable design

Can be easily stretched and adjusted for different exercises


Offers a wide range of resistance options for progressive strength training

Helps improve muscle strength, endurance, and flexibility

Provides a full-body workout targeting different muscle groups

Suitable for various fitness levels, from beginners to advanced users

Can be used for rehabilitation, physical therapy, or general fitness

Enhances mobility and range of motion

Convenient for home workouts or on-the-go training

How to use:

Select the appropriate resistance band from the set based on your fitness level and exercise goals.

Place the loop resistance band around the desired body part, such as thighs, legs, arms, or glutes.

Make sure the band fits snugly but is not too tight or uncomfortable.

Perform exercises specific to the targeted muscle group, such as:

Squats: Place the band around your thighs, just above the knees. Stand with feet hip-width apart and perform squats while maintaining tension on the band.

Glute Bridge: Place the band above your knees. Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Lift your hips off the ground, squeezing your glutes while keeping the band stretched.

Bicep Curls: Step on the band with one foot and hold the ends of the band with palms facing forward. Curl your hands toward your shoulders, engaging your biceps.

 Perform exercises in a controlled manner, maintaining proper form and technique.

Adjust the position of the band or choose a different band from the set to increase or decrease resistance.

Follow recommended repetitions and sets for each exercise, gradually increasing intensity over time.


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