Sunday, January 26, 2014

DynaPro Resistance Bands Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I recently got to try out one of DynaPro's resistance bands, which is the yellow one, which is 10 pounds. The other colors go up in increments of 10 pounds. The green ones are 20 and the red ones are 30. I got them at a really good time too, because I have just started going to therapy for pain in my shoulders and one of the exercises was using one of these bands!
Here are some benefits:
  • Professional Grade 100% Dipped Latex able to stand up to the most rigorous workout conditions
  • Premium Comfort D-Handle for continued comfort during repetitive movements
  • Adjustable Connection for consistent tension during any workout
  • Approximate Equivalent Resistance: Yellow- 10lbs, Green- 20lbs, Red- 30lbs
  • GUARANTEED to be the highest quality latex & handle on the market- 100% Money Back guarantee if you are not satisfied.

    The way that they had it set up at therapy was on the door with some kind of hook but because I don't have one of those here at home, Mike fixed it to where the door handle won't move while I am doing the exercises. I am not suppose to do anything high anyway, I am suppose to keep my shoulders from rising, so this was perfect. We are trying to strengthen my shoulder and back muscles in the hopes that that will cause the impingement to ease up. I have noticed that it doesn't hurt as much as it used to, so it must be working! 
    The handles are really soft to the touch and easy to grip. They are the highest quality professional grade dipped latex and Premium D-Handles.
    The adjustable attachment will give you the ability to create any length band that you desire. This unique feature will allow you to perform a wider variety of exercises than a standard length resistance band.
    Of course, they were primarily made to aid in exercising and to help tone and lose weight with them being used for therapy as an afterthought, but in any case, whatever reason you need them for, they work! I know before I got these from DynaPro, Mike and I both had some really cheap ones that were given to us by a therapist that had no handles, they were just the bands themselves and not very long. They were just enough to wrap around a door knob or other object so we could do the pulling exercise. Mike needed them for his back and neck and I needed it for my shoulders. Boy, aren't we a great pair!
    Above is one of the ways that you would use the bands for toning and exercising. Gosh, she sure does look like she could knock you out, huh? Pretty awesome arms.
    Okay, another feature that would make what she is doing above almost impossible is if the bands are weak and when you go to do what she does or even what I use them for, which is therapy, they could snap if they are cheaply made. 
    Do you have resistance bands that snap or have inconsistent resistance, then compare the material used by DynaPro Direct with most standard resistance bands. DynaPro offers the highest quality 100% dipped latex which creates an anti-snap band.
    So, no matter what you use your resistance bands for, exercising or for therapy, either way you want the best. And I think the ones from DynaPro are the best. They are tough and very well made and so far they have helped me tremendously with my therapy here at home.
    You can by these bands either individually or in sets. You can check out more reviews on DynaPro's bands on their website and on Amazon, so you will have more input other than just mine if you need some more incentive to try them out!
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    I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


    MikiHope said...

    I could definitely use one of these to try and strengthen my shoulder and upper arm!

    Michal Novak said...

    thank you for inspiration.
    Personally I`m using Jami Fitness Stability Ball and I`m completely satisfied:

    best regards, Michael