Shelter Fitness stands by all of their products and encourages their safe use. Review the information below for some helpful tips regarding safe use of your resistance bands at home. If you have any questions about your purchase or safe use, please contact us at email@example.com
Using your Resistance Bands
Resistance bands are excellent tools for getting in shape, but as with any exercise tool, proper care is needed to ensure safe use. All resistance bands will wear down over time, and you should inspect your bands prior to every use. Here are a few pointers for getting the most out of your purchase.
Always Inspect your Bands
Before each use, check the band, connectors, and ends. If your band shows any signs of wear, you should not use them and they should be discarded.
Anchor them Correctly
Our included Door Anchor should be used any time you wish to connect your band to an anchor point. Wrapping your band around or through a bar, hinge, chair, metal ring, or other hard surface will accelerate wear.
Do Not Overstretch
All of our resistance bands are designed with a specific maximum weight in mind. Bands should NEVER be stretched beyond 200% of their resting length, or you risk breakage and possible injury.
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