A90 Resistance Band
- One black band (40lb/18kg)
- One blue band (20lb/9kg)
- Four carabiners
- Exclusive workout sheet (30+ exercises)
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BANDS WITH PROPER HANDLES. FINALLY!
Bands combined with handles enable more exercises. Bands with proper handles enable a better grip too. Last but not least, handles on bands also provide a better power transition, so that more strength can be developed and used.
When and where? Upgrade your home gym, work out while travelling or just add variety to your outdoor park sessions! Not without a reason, bands have been on the market for ages.
Compared to using Angles90 grips alone (mainly for pull movements), the A90 Resistance Bands provide more angles, new stimuli and less joint stress for your whole body.
Anchor & longevity
I could not be happier with my purchase of the gear!
The sale was smooth as silk, it arrived in a timely fashion, and the equipment is awesome!
I can not recommend it enough!
ottimo prodotto sul momento (quando passerà del tempo e uso vedremo), accessoriato con moschettoni e fniture per le maniglie A90.
Recommended for everyone with slippery grip because of sweat!
Having the Athlete Set is the best!
Amazing product, high quality and durability. Best customer service.
COMBINE RESISTANCE TRAINING WITH SUSPENSION AND WEIGHT TRAINING.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the resistance of the bands?
There are two bands included in the package: Blue Band = 9kg/20lb Black Band = 18kg/40lb. You can obviously use them together too.
How can I train from a higher anchor with the resistance bands?
Just set-up your A90 Sling Trainer to a high bar or tree and connect it with your Resistance Band. This is also beneficial for the durability of your bands because you do not have to attach them to a rough surface.
Is it possible to do assisted pull-ups with your A90 Resistance Bands?
Of course! Simply tie the bands carabiner to the lowest point of your Angles90 grip straps. Please have a look at the following video: Assisted pull-ups