Red band: 8 to 12 pounds
Blue band: 12 to 16 pounds
Black band: 16 to 20 pounds
This seem to be the same colors and resistances as Bodylastics or Prosource bands.
Bodylastics includes antisnap technology.
I know from my experience that when I go to a gym I set the equipment at 50 pounds to get the same work out.
I do 20-25 repititions of each of my exercises.
answered 3 years ago
- Grantsburg, WI
No specific weight equivalency, just different resistances for all three bands. The fact is that no matter what exercise you are performing, there is always a way to up the resistance of the band you are using. For instance, lets say you are doing a rowing exercise that requires you to attache the band to a door handle or pole, and you want more resistance. You can actually wrap the band a few more times around said handle or pole, and the resistance becomes much stronger for a more intensified workout. Likewise if you are doing something freestanding with the bands, then you can make a loop on the floor with the band and stand on it where the band meets itself. This way you take more slack away and intensify the bands resistance. Using these methods you can make the bands work for just about any strength level you need. Hope this helps.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
I think it really depends on a lot of factors, your height, for what exercise you are performing. I'm about 5'6" and with a normal foot stance, doing curls I would say the pink is about 5lbs, blue 8lbs and black 10lbs (just guessing). Of course you can mix the cords together in any combo. Also lifting higher adds more resistance (more weight).
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
- Somewhere in Georgia