TheraBand® Resistance Bands (50 Yard Roll)
$59.37 – $262.25
- Suitable for any fitness level at the gym, at home, or on the go
- Increase strength, flexibility, & ROM through effective workouts
- Contain latex; not suitable for those with latex sensitivities
Latex Resistance Bands
THERABAND Latex Resistance Bands are designed to help users rehabilitate injuries, improve functional living and enhance athletic performance. The elastic exercise bands provide both positive and negative force on muscles and joints to help stretch, tone and condition all major muscle groups. These training bands are best used before working out to enhance stretches and prime the muscles for strenuous exercises.
Progressive Resistance System
The THERABAND color-coded resistance system allows users to easily track their progress from one level to the next. The exercise resistance bands come in levels that range from Super Light (2.4 lbs) to Elite (14.2 lbs). This pull-force tested system ensures users can increase the difficulty of their workouts over time to tone muscles and recover from injuries.
Rehab & Condition Muscles
When rehabilitating injuries, choosing what you recover with is just as important as how you recover. The right exercise equipment is vital for recovering from any injury, large or small, and increasing strength, range of motion, and flexibility. Easily store THERABAND exercise bands for on-the-go personal and professional use.
The Original Trusted Progression™ System
Elastic resistance force and torque
Elastic resistance is a unique type of resistance training compared to other traditional forms, such as isotonic or isokinetic resistances. The resistance provided by elastic bands or tubing is based on the amount that the band or tubing is stretched. This resistance can be measured in pounds/kilograms of force depending on the percentage the band or tubing is stretched from its resting length; this is known as force-elongation.
Regardless of how long the band or tubing is before it’s stretched, the force produced at its stretched length depends on the percent elongation. For example, an initial 2-foot (60 cm) length of green band that is stretched to 4 feet (120 cm, double its resting length) is at 100% elongation. Therefore, the resistance of the band is 4.6 pounds at that elongation. Each progressive step represents a consistent pull-force increase of 25% in the clinical range (Tan through Black) and 40% in the advanced range (Silver and Gold).