Circle Yoga Bands add; Intensity, Challenge, Variation and Excitement to your exercise routines.
Designed for increasing strength during exercises, they are ideal for targeting and working specific muscle groups around the body.
Excellent for strength training, physical therapy, rehabilitation, Pilates, and stretching. Add them to any strength routine to challenge your muscles, or use to assist in stretching for increased flexibility and range of motion
Physiotherapists recommend these bands to help in rehabilitation, improve range of movement and improve co-ordination, these exercise bands are excellent for yoga and resistance training.
3 varying resistance bands to easily adapt resistance levels during your workout for various muscles, depending on their strength and flexibility.
3 RESISTANCES - The Phoenix Fitness Yoga Loop Bands have 3 varying stretch bands in the pack. So ideal for both rehabilitation or strength training. Set of 3 attractive colours to differentiate between the resistance.
FULL BODY WORKOUT - Whether you are recovering from an injury or you wish to target a particular muscle, these yoga bands will help you on every step of the way to sculpt and tone your muscles.
RANGE OF EXERCISES - Work your muscles throughout your body including your shoulders, back, hamstrings, thighs, abs and glutes. You can do almost any exercise that you would do with weights using these bands.
EASY TO USE - Simply wrap the bands around your wrists, arms, ankles etc to work on any particular group of muscles. Choose between the different resistance bands for a different intensity of training in the gym or at home.
IDEAL FOR PILATES - You can perform a wide range of upper and lower body exercises with the Phoenix Fitness Yoga Bands. Stretch, tone and strengthen your arms, arms, legs and back.
Autumn / Winter 2020
Clothing from £2.95
Next Working Day Delivery: £6.95
Saturday Delivery: £12.95
Sunday Delivery: £13.95
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