CFF 41" Resistance Bands - Power Band and Speed Training
Add resistance - or support - to your workout with resistance bands! It's one of the best mobility and resistance training tools around. Use them to remove slack at the beginning of reps, resulting in immediate muscle engagement, or use them to help pull you up off the bottom when trying something new. Sky's the limit when it comes to these.
Our strength bands utilize the same or better quality latex as the competition, but we offer them at substantially lower prices. All bands have the resistance level clearly marked on them.
|CFF Monster Band – 41”||Color||Resistance||Width||Thickness|
|41” CFF Strength Band #0||Black||3-15 lbs||¼”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #1||Red||5-35 lbs||½”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #2||Purple||10-60 lbs||13/16”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #3||Green||25-80 lbs||1 1/8”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #4||Blue||50-120 lbs||1 3/4”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #5||Black||60-150 lbs||2 1/2”||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #6||Purple||70-170 lbs||3 1/4||4.5mm|
|41” CFF Strength Band #7||Red||80-200 lbs||4”||4.5mm|
41" Monster Bands are also available in convenient sets!
Trial and error may be necessary to find the band best suited to your particular fitness level and usage.
Mini and super-mini bands (#1 & #2) are best for general conditioning, rehabilitation, stretching, jumping, speed training, aerobics, and for lifters as upper body assistance and increasing resistance for biceps and triceps. Either band is great for beginners and light weightlifters. Both can be used to safely increase the intensity of a workout without adding additional weight to a bar. For the stronger lifter, they add considerable resistance to bicep and triceps exercises.
Small and medium bands (#3 & #4) can be used by stronger bencher's, and with exercises involving the lower body, calves, quads, hamstring and glute muscles.
Large, X-large, & Monster bands ( #5, 6 & 7) are usually used for obtaining maximum resistance with squats, dead lifts, leg presses and shrugs.
Good Ways to Have Bad Days (ie; Prohibited "Uses"):
- bungee jumping
- towing vehicles
- giant slingshots
- tree swings
- water skiing tow ropes
- snapping them at other people
- letting children play with them
- Darwin Awards qualifying activities
- Anything you saw in The Roadrunner cartoons.
- Yeah, that thing we forgot to mention, here, too.