Bodylastics The Combat Ready Warrior Resistance Band Sets come with 6 or 8 Anti-Snap Exercise Tubes, Heavy Duty Components, a small anywhere anchor, a bag and a user book.
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- ***FLASH SALE***UPDATE - Named BEST Resistance Bands by The Wirecutter, A New York Times Company (12-22-2017). 15 PCS MAX XT WARRIOR EDITION Set - This set is designed and built for warriors. It Includes 6 Anti-Snap bands (3 lbs, 5 lbs, 8 lbs, 13 lbs, 19 lbs, 30 lbs); 2 Heavy Duty Warrior Handles; 2 Heavy Duty Ankle Straps; 1 Door Anchor; 1 small anywhere anchor; 1 Carrying bag; 1 band barrier; 1 Instructional Resource.
- PATENTED ANTI-SNAP SAFETY DESIGN - Every warrior band incorporates Bodylastics amazing Snap Guard inner safety cord. This amazing cord is super strong. It will prevent damage to the bands from over stretching, and protects your face and body in the rare case that a band does snap.
- 156 LBS STACKABLE RESISTANCE - Bodylastics Clip Bands enable the user to add or subtract resistance to create the perfect challenge for every muscle group. Utilize and combine all of the bands in this set to create from 3 to 156 lbs! Our bands work just like stackable plate loaded machines.
- BAND BARRIER INCLUDED! - The Max XT Warrior Edition comes with the Bodylastics band barrier which wraps around and protects your bands on rough surfaces or when wrapped around objects.
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The Bodylastics Warrior XT Editions were developed after consulting with ex Battlefield soldiers. These sets are battle ready! We created these sets after numerous requests by Military, Law Enforcement and Secret Service Personnel. They provided a wish list of changes and we delivered! Blacked-out hardware, Camouflage colored bands, A Digital Camouflage Bag and a Small Anywhere Anchor - they are all there!
The Warrior XT Editions are a great mid to high level resistance bands system. It incorporates super heavy duty upgraded materials for better workouts and greater safety:
The Bodylastics Difference:
**Bodylastics bands are continuous dipped so they have more latex. The more latex, the more resistance.
**Bodylastics components are super strong and super high quality. We use industrial grade materials
**Bodylastics invented and incorporates Patented and Patent Pending Anti-Snap Technology.
15 Pieces Combat Ready Max XT Warrior Edition 156 lbs
Here's what you get:
-6 Bands of multiple resistance (Band One: 3 lbs; Band Two: 5 lbs; Band Three: 8 lbs; Band Four: 13 lbs; Band Five: 19 lbs; Band Six: 30 lbs)
-TPR Waffle Grip Handles (Set of Two)
-Ankle straps (Set of Two)
-Small Anywhere Anchor
-Band Barrier Protector
21 Pieces Combat Ready Strong Man XT Warrior Edition 262 lbs
Here's what you get:
-8 Bands of multiple resistance (Band One: 3 lbs; Band Two: 5 lbs; Band Three: 8 lbs; Band Four: 13 lbs; Band Five: 19 lbs; Band Six: 23 lbs; Band Seven & Eight: 30 lbs)
-TPR Waffle Grip Handles (Set of four)
-Door anchors (Set of two)
-Ankle straps (Set of Four)
-Band Barrier Band protector
-Small Anywhere Anchor
Shape: 15 Pcs - 156 lbs | Size: One Bag
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Unlike going to a gym to do freeweights and machines, you don't have to wait for the meat-head in front of you to crawl through his set in a 1/10 lift-to-iphone ratio. You CAN do any lift you would want do do with weights. I was told you couldn't really do deadlifts with these, but YOU CAN (just double wind them around your feet!)
Instead of sitting up and shuffling heavy plates around, most exercises will allow you to just step a little further/closer to the door if you need to add/subtract a little weight. Best part of that is that it scales beautifully with how much you're pushing and allows you to feel out the perfect resistance for a 10 set or a 5 set.
I was also told that bands wouldn't work because the resistance varies with distance. Not true! This is actually much better for your joints because you aren't going from 0 to 100 to impact a bar into motion. The key is to start with resistance at the beginning of the motion.
Unlike the gym I don't have to walk anywhere in the cold, get changed, be self-conscious, or pressured to finish quickly/not take breaks. I go at my own pace, blasting music in my underwear FIRST thing when I wake up. Takes me 35 minutes of pure exercise to start failing on every motion I want to do.
Also, the tensile rating of these is for 2x strain, but they'll stretch up to 3.5x in length. This means that, for example, with the black band, you can actually get up to 52.5lbs with a single band at the peak of a movement. This means you can combine just three bands to get 157.5 lbs!! That's a lot of weight to be able to throw into a backpack for the road.
Anyways, in the two weeks I've had this I've gained 2lbs in muscle and I can already feel how much stronger I am and see how much better I look. Looking forward to posting more detailed results after several months of use.
Update 6/30: When you do lunges with these make sure that you cross them OVER your foot and DON'T just pull them up and out like they do in the provided pictures/videos. If you don't do cross them and you don't position your torso EXACTLY over your feet, there's a high likelihood that the band will roll back and snap you in between the legs. It's happened to me twice now, and it's extremely painful. I'm not going to reduce the stars on my review, but I do want to make a note of this so that others don't hurt themselves and so that, hopefully, bodylastics will change their instructive material. Right now this is dangerous and it could be made fool-proof with a nearly trivial change in setup.
*Skip to the bottom if you want to know how resistance bands work, ie stretch vs. actual weight.
I bought this set mainly for physical therapy on my knee. I have extensive nerve damage and aerobic exercise is out of the question. So I have had these for a month now. I really do like this set. There is a lot of variety in weights. I live in an RV and free weights are not an option. I also feel safer using these. I have worked out a decent amount with free weights and I feel I can keep my balance better when working out my arms at chest height and higher.
Now the goodies it comes with.
The door anchor works great. So far the biggest band I have put on it is the 8# one (so 16#'s working weight). Remember it's an RV. I keep an eye on the door and frame. There is not the slightest damage and it doesn't budge when working out.
I also like the "anywhere" anchor. It really makes anchoring these possible to just about anything.
I find the ankle straps are comfortable.
The handles are just the right size. When working out with two bands, I keep a handle on each band during some exercises. I can easily grip both handles to work out. If I can't finish my number of reps, I just let go of the lighter strap and finish with the heavier one. It keeps me from having to stop working out, change grips around, then continue. I am thinking about purchasing one more 3# band. I keep the door anchor with its band on the door all of the time. I also keep the handles attached to their straps all of the time. An extra 3# band would give me the ability to increase the weight on either one without having to share a band.
The band barrier is essential to protect the bands. Just like when I used to rock climb, abrasion is not your friend. I think it is fairly good quality. It could use a better type of stitch. It is way bigger than it looks in the picture. It is 22" long and 3.5" wide when Velcroed together and flat. Nice.
The storage bag is also huge. It is roughly the size of a sleeping bag stuff sack. There are no issues putting everything in there. As a matter of fact, if you plan on carrying this to different places, you could keep a pair of shoes, a towel, and your workout clothes in it with the bands. (I just did it to make sure)
*Now, how bands work. You either have to know calculus really well or just read below.
Skip this paragraph if you have an idea how figuring band weight works.
Most bands I have seen have their rated weight occurring at 300% stretch. When they talk about stretch or percent stretch, here is what they mean. I like easy numbers so we are going to say the tubes on these bands are 40" long. 100% stretch means you are stretching it an additional 100% of its original length or double. Therefore the band is now 80" long. At 200% stretch, it is 120" long or triple. At its max of 300% stretch it is a whopping 160" long or quadruple. That's right. Your band that is a hair over a yard long needs to be stretched to almost 4.5 yards to reach its rated weight on the tag. Most exercises use the band folded in half, so you only have to stretch it to 2.25 yards. That is actually not too bad for some exercises. Remember, if you fold a band in half like you do when using the door anchor, you have to double the weight listed on the band. So, using the above example and a 10# band, your new 300# stretch length would be 80" (40" / 2 because it is folded in half gives 20". Then 20" x 4 gives 80".) and the weight would be 20# (just 10# x 2).
Now the part that is a bit confusing for some. I did a lot of weight testing while stretching, measuring stretch percentage, and math involving algebra. I came up with Bodylastics' weight ratings are at 100% stretch, not 300% like others. This felt right to me, I just never tested it. I like this because it's less math. Each band is slightly different, so it's give or take. At 150% stretch, it was right around 150% labeled weight. (For all the nerds like me, my actual numbers were 100% stretch = 113% weight and 152% stretch = 153% weight. If I used calculus instead of algebra, the 113% weight would be a lot lower) What this also means is their weight ratings are real and trustworthy. Please note I was doing this solo so take my numbers with a grain of salt.
To give you an idea how to use all of this, I will give an example. My door anchor has an 8# band looped in half, so 16#. I put my right foot in the ankle strap and move just far away to make the band taught. I now measure 22" from where my foot is. (half of the 44" stretchy part of the band since it is looped in half) I now position myself so my right foot ends up at that mark during each exercise. I now know I am pulling 16#. If you want more, make your mark at 33" from your original starting point. That is 150%. If your foot ends there you are doing 24#.