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All Pro Weight Adjustable Ankle Weight, 20-lb Individual (1 - Piece)
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- 20-lb individual ankle weight
- Weight adjustable up to 20-lbs in 1-lb increments - solid iron weights
- Padding against the ankle and a padded heel to protect the Achilles tendon
- Cushioned flaps protect the ankles and permit full freedom of movement
- Premium quality for fitness, health and wellness. TOUCH FASTENER CLOSURE
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I wrapped it on, and one does have to pull the velcro strap TIGHT so it doesn't flop around. That being said, 20 lbs. is a LOT to start with. The reason for only 4 stars is I think 2 straps would have been the better design choice.
I feel like I have a 5 gal. bucket of concrete for a shoe. It's good the weights can be taken out. It feels comfortable with all the padding. Doing leg lifts and all, you can absolutely feel the resistance, and it stays put pretty well.
Someone asked if these were OK for running. Yeah, if you're Superman (but, then, would you need these...?) So far, I think this product is really not even intended for walking. If I had two on, I'd probably walk with the same springy gait as Gigantor or a T-Rex. However, if you want to use the one on the one leg for a set of exercises, then switch to the other, this will do fine.
They really ought to list a pair for sale, too, though, at some discount if you buy the pair. Or have some equally overkill wrist weights as a bonus item for buying two. Otherwise, it is an OK product so far.
- I received the weight in an undamaged box.
- the stitching does not tear around the individual weights
- the Velcro does not come undone while using the weight
The only con is I cannot tighten the strap tight enough so the weight does not slide up and down my leg. This my be because there is not enough room to put 20 lbs worth of weights in an ankle strap without limiting the girth of the strap.
Overall the ankle weight is made durable. When in use, it is an effective tool while working legs if the weight sliding up and down is not a bother.
First, it's bulky, and not necessarily easy to put on. I likely should have expected that, given its weight capacity, but it caught me by surprise. It isn't necessarily comfortable, either, and I have a hard time tightening the straps enough to hold it in place. Again, maybe all of these things go with the territory of the capacity of the thing.
Second, it only comes with one. This is fine for me, since I'm using it for specific strengthening exercises and not for walking, but it's good to know that ahead of time.
Honestly, it seems a bit pricey for what it is, but it's the only option I found. If I were going to do it again, I might purchase a set of two that would both adjust to ten pounds, in the hopes that it would be more comfortable and also give more flexibility.
How would a two legged person lifting both legs in the chair sit or alternating one foot and then the other be able to use this?
If it is a mistake, I would like it corrected asap since only one ankle sleeve for a 2 legged man is ridiculous.