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Set of 4 resistance bands of varying tension levels, Extra-Light, Light, Medium and Heavy. Take your fitness to the next level with the 3DActive Pull Up Assist Power Band Set, made from 100% natural latex rubber for superior quality, performance, and durability. Whether you are looking for assistance with your pull-ups and upper body workouts or to offer maximum resistance to your powerlifting routines, this 3DActive set has a band suitable for any exercise:

  • Warm Ups and Stretching (Red & Black)
  • Rehabilitation (Red & Black)
  • Strength and Power Training (Black, Purple & Green)
  • Resistance Training (Black, Purple & Green)
  • Pull Up Assistance (Use the table guide for your recommended band)
  • Conditioning (Red, Black & Purple)
  • Yoga and Pilates and more (Red & Black)

  • Colour
    Tension Level
    Resistance Range Width
    Red Extra-Light 10 to 35lbs 1.3cm
    Black Light 30 to 60lbs 2.6cm
    Purple Medium 40 to 80lbs 3.1cm
    Green Heavy 50 to 125lbs 4.4cm

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Each Resistance Band has a different resistance, indicated by a specific tension level and corresponding color.

    Choose a band, or a combination of bands, that suits your level of fitness and goals:

    • X-Light Red Band: 10-35lbs / 5-16kg
    • Light Black Band: 30-60lbs / 14-27kg
    • Medium Purple Band: 40-80lbs / 18-36kg
    • Heavy Green Band: 50-125lbs / 23-57kg
    • X-Heavy Blue Band: 65-175lbs / 29-79kg

    Resistance Bands are incredibly versatile for strength training, they are an excellent support for assisted pull-ups, and a great alternative to free-weight exercises such as squats, lunges, shoulder presses, bicep curls and so much more. From beginner to advanced, the resistance is gradual and you control the amount of it.

    Download our Resistance Bands Exercise Guide.

    Banded pull-ups involve performing a traditional pull-up with the assistance of a resistance band. The band helps offset some of your body weight, making the movement easier. If you're new to pull-ups or they’re especially challenging for you, then start with a higher tension resistance band and gradually work your way to a lighter one as you get stronger.

    • Loop your resistance band around the pull-up bar. To do this, reach up and hook one end of the band over the bar, then pull it down and thread it through the other end of the band, creating a secure loop around the bar. Once it's attached, pull it tight so that it doesn’t shift when you step into it.
    • Step on a stool or bench (if necessary) and place one foot or knee (depending on your comfort and strength level) into the band. The band should be taut, providing a nice bit of resistance. If you're using your foot, the band should be sitting under your feet. If you're using your knee, it should sit just below the knee joint.
    • Reach up and grab the bar with an overhand grip (palms facing away from you). Your hands should be slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.
    • With the band looped under your feet or knees, pull your body up towards the bar. Your aim should be to bring your chin above the bar while keeping your shoulders pulled back behind you, keeping your shoulder from rounding forward at the top of the movement.
    • Lower yourself down slowly, maintaining control throughout the entire movement.
    • Repeat for as many reps as you can manage without compromising your form.

    We do not recommend stretching your resistance bands more than 1.5 times their resting length. Stretching beyond 1.5 times their resting length has a high risk of breaking the bands.

    Common Customer Questions

    While Resistance Bands build muscle in a similar fashion to free weights and machines, they come with a lower risk of injury. This is partly due to a resistance band's use of consistent, progressive elastic resistance, as opposed to the gravitational resistance associated with free weights.

    Using Resistance Bands with whatever equipment you have access to can help enhance your workouts and increase the number of different types of exercises you can do, making your sessions all the more varied and motivating.

    You can effectively incorporate Resistance Bands into leg presses, chest presses, and back squats while using weights, to name just a few.

    Resistance Bands are a must-have after an injury as they can help add resistance to rehabilitation movements and exercises, improving both strength and flexibility without causing stress on the joints.

    Some of the common types of injuries that Resistance Bands can effectively help recover from include:

    • Shoulder pain or dislocation
    • Tennis Elbow
    • Runner's Knee
    • Hip Bursitis
    • Sprains and strains
    • Post-ACL repair

    Latex-intolerant individuals may not be able to use 3DActive Resistance Bands, which are made of Natural Latex Rubber.

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