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SAKS20111 SparkPoints: (17,386)
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1/8/13 10:26 P

get the set with diff resistance. as you build up strength/off days, you can alternate them.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (59,666)
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1/8/13 9:49 P

Let me echo SergeantMajor's recommendation. He's not only a whiz (and the local expert on resistance bands!) I tried them myself, and have very much enjoyed them. They come with a great card with some example workouts, too!

SERGEANTMAJOR Posts: 6,545
1/8/13 9:38 P

My recommendation to my clients is to get the Gold's Gym 3 band set with handles if it is available. It comes with a DVD and a door anchor, you can change, add or subtract bands to the handles as you need to make adjustments. The last time I looked in Walmart they were under $16.00 for the set.

SUZIEAJ Posts: 196
1/8/13 8:51 P

Yesterday I went to Wal-Mart looking for a bunch of stuff. One of those things was a resistance band. I had a lot of trouble here.

I finally did leave with one, but I'm not sure if it was the right one. Here's an URL to the one I bought: tinyurl.com/ajpgjz8

And this is the other one that they had in stock: tinyurl.com/a2gsz9w

So, did I make the right choice?

Edited by: SUZIEAJ at: 1/8/2013 (20:55)
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