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3 in 1 Foam Plyo

$250.00

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The 3 in 1 foam plyo box gives you 3 different boxes in one! Made of high-density foam, your shins will thank you!

A safer plyo box solution for your gym.

Despite the innumerable benefits to plyometric training there is the ever present danger of banged up shins and other undesirable injuries that can cause set backs. Especially great for novice users, these ultra sturdy no-pain-lots-of-gainz ply box will instil confidence in those new to jumping and minimize injury for all.

The 3 sided foam plyo box is shaped like a rectangle, so it gives you 3 different heights in one, saving you money and allowing for use with multiple skill evel user. 20″x 30″x 24″

The box has an internal reinforcement that makes the plyo box sturdy enough to be used for box squats.

Here are 2 great benefits of plyo training

Develops fast-twitch fibers
The goal of plyometrics is to maximize muscle contraction, quickly, which essentially means that a byproduct of plyometric training is that you will develop power. Plyometric training can strengthen fast twitch fibers and increase the ratio of fast-twitch fibers to slow-twitch in your body.

Increases the strength of tendons
Which means fewer injuries. Plyometrics strengthen the tendons and improve their elasticity by placing stress on them in a controlled setting. There are numerous studies that support the use of plyometric to reduce ACL injury risk.

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41 Inch Resistance Bands

$20.00

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Resistance Bands For Powerlifting and Bodyweight Assistance Exercises

Resistance bands are primarily used for three reasons:
1. As an alternative to free weights or machines.
Exercises like
tricep press downs, good mornings, and pull-aparts are just a few of the best resistance band exercises.
2. Provide a variable plane of resistance on your power lifts.
Attaching resistance bands to your bar creates more tension at the top where you’re strongest, and less on the bottom, where you are weakest. Check out the video below.
3. Providing assistance with body weight exercises.
This is most commonly used when teaching new athletes how to do a pull up. The band provides assistance, and makes it easier to complete the exercise.

The 41″ Orange XL Band – 3.25″

Is recommended for advanced athletes and can be used for exercises like bench press, rack pulls, squats, and so on. It can be used either by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines.
Resistance: up to 150 LBS

The 41″ Blue Strong Band – 2.5″

Is recommended for advanced athletes and can be used for upper body exercises like bench press, and rack pulls by advanced athletes and for lower body and other exercises like squat, leg press and so on. It can be used either by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines. Primarily used for adding weight to power lifts. Resistance is 70 to 175 pounds.

The 41″ Green Average Band – 1.75″

Is the ideal band for assisted chin ups or other assisted body weight movements> It can be used for various upper body exercises, (for stronger athletes) and lower body strengthening exercises. It can be used either by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines. It is also used for stretching routines for stronger athletes. This band is also a good size for general use and for adding resistance to people from 140 to 200 pounds for body movements.
Resistance is 55 to 155 pounds

The 41″ Purple Light Band – 1.5″

can be used for various upper body strengthening exercises either by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines. It is also used for stretching routines as well as for lower body work for lighter athletes. Good choice as a general use band and specifically for adding resistance to people under 180 pounds during walks, high knees, or sprints.
Resistance is 25 – 90 pounds.

The 41″ Black Monster Mini Band – 1″

can be used for various upper body strengthening exercises either by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines. It is also used for stretching routines as well as for lower body work for lighter athletes. Good choice as a general use band and specifically for adding resistance to people under 140 pounds during walks, high knees, or sprints.
Resistance is 15 – 65 pounds.

The 41″ Red Mini Band  .05"

is the lightest of the bands we carry, and is typically used in rehab/prehab movements (like rotator cuff exercises) and can be used by itself or by attaching it to barbells, free weights or machines. It is also used for stretching routines as well as for lower body work for lighter athletes. Resistance is 5 – 35 pounds.

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