With so many types of resistance bands available on the market, it can be challenging and overwhelming to find the best one to suit your needs. This guide breaks down the different types of resistance bands that we have available.
Due to their size, traditional resistance bands are suitable for both upper and lower body exercises. Around four feet in length, they can assist you with your chest press, pull-ups and more. One of the most versatile options, you can set up from a variety of anchor points or wrap them around your body.
In general, mini bands provide less resistance than traditional resistance bands. Small enough to keep in your pocket, they are a good size for glute workouts. Mini bands are great for adding resistance to bodyweight moves. Mini bands can also help keep muscles active during high-rep moves, like glute bridges. But they don't just go around your ankles. Mini bands can also go around your knees, thighs, wrists, and upper arms.
The latest addition to our resistance band range, the Titan Bands are ideal for a number of corrective exercises and are increasingly popular with sports performance as a warm-up technique - mainly used to enhance explosive power and strengthening stability. All bands are made of 100% natural latex through a continuous layering process to ensure the longevity of the bands.