TheraBand Retail Packs
TheraBands resistive exercise system makes measuring progress and achieving goals easy. Utilizing unique colours makes differentiating between levels easy and helps users progress systematically during training. Using these bands during exercise improves strength, range of motions and cooperation of muscle groups. The Bands are an affordable and convenient choice compared to similar products such as weights. They are also portable and offer versatile exercise options. These retail packs are packaged in blister packs to be sold in clinics. Each package contains bands of progressive resistance allowing patients to continue training at home and track their progress.
- Colour coded to easily track progression
- Helps improve range of motion and strength
- Portable and easily store
- Diverse exercise options
- Light Packaged with 5ft lengths of Yellow, Red, & Green
- Heavy Packaged with 5ft lengths of Blue & Black
- Packaged in retail display boxes in English and French
TheraBand is a leader in resistance band products and continues to innovate today just as they did over 30 years ago when they pioneered the field. Their line now includes exercise balls, stability trainers, FlexBars, a range of motion products, self massage products, hand therapy products, aquatic exercise tools and much more. Thera-Band is committed to maintaining the quality, effectiveness and durability of their products.
TheraBands unique system of colour coded resistance levels makes progressive training easy. There are eight levels from Tan (2.4 lb) to gold (14.2lb) that offer progressive increase in resistance. This system makes it easy to prescribe tools for rehabilitation and track a patient's progress.
Elastic resistance does not rely on gravity the same way free weights however both elastic and isotonic resistance offer similar strength training as they activate similar muscles systems. TheraBands resistance bands offer the same benefits of free weights of similar rating without the hassle of storing heavy weights. It is important to remember that the resistance in pounds is measured at maximum stretch, roughly twice the resting length of the product.