What you get:
Package deal contains two(2) padded ankle grips and two(2) carabiners
Rubberbanditz Padded Ankle Grips are padded gadgets that make leg workout routines simple and pleasant. Adjustable straps be sure that one dimension suits all. Overlook about these uncomfortable pads digging into your shins; these comfortable grips connect to the round bands by way of the included stainless-steel carabiner for safety and sturdiness. An exterior embedded D-ring gives energy and stability. The ankle grips are important for doing all of your leg curls, leg extensions and abductors/adductors. Strap them onto your wrists for a sequence of higher physique workout routines, too.
Rubberbanditz equips you with the health bands, equipment and coaching supplies wanted to hit the bottom exercising. Getting match with exercise bands has by no means been simpler, and carrying them with you has by no means been lighter. Mix the bands to extend the resistance and provides your muscle tissue an additional problem and exercise anyplace, anytime! Nice when used with or with out weights or as assisted pull up bands.
Rubberbanditz Social Outreach
Rubberbanditz is a quadruple backside line firm (Folks, Planet, Revenue, Energy) health innovation firm who’s making a worldwide well being footprint. By our group outreach initiatives, we encourage inclusion, accessibility and enthusiasm for train. We use our bands, our bodies and minds to interrupt down obstacles to health via group-facilitated coaching periods and by supporting like-minded group organizations. 5% of this sale will likely be used to fund our present outreach challenge in Kibera, Kenya.
Package deal contains two(2) padded ankle grips and two(2) carabiners.
Created to enhance your exercise with Rubberbanditz Train Bands
Adjustable straps be sure that one dimension suits all
Padded gadgets that make leg workout routines simple and pleasant
Mushy grips connect to the round bands by way of a chrome steel carabiner for safety and sturdiness and an exterior embedded D-ring for energy and stability