Resistance bands have been proven to help you burn fat and tone lean muscle faster. Just as effective as free weights, resistance bands are much more portable and convenient, so you can work out anytime, anywhere. And with increasing levels of resistance, you can keep ramping up your workout as you get into better and better shape.
These color-coded bands come in a range of resistance levels and attach to soft, foam-covered handles for maximum comfort. These pro-grade bands will get you lean and ripped even faster! Used with most Beachbody® workouts.
Each kit includes 2 bands, 2 sets of comfort-grip handles, plus 1 FREE band!
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Looks like I will be getting the extreme kit for pull ups. Since I have no place for a pull up bar, or a tower.
Coach Wayne I see that you are not for replacing bands for pullup bar. Can you tell me why? I still have problems with pullups even after 2 full P90X routines and now week five of P90X2. I have always had strong legs but weak chest so chest and back. I am still using the chair to help. I started at 258 and now I am at 221. I have gained alot of muscle but still pullups are my enemy. Any advice would be great. Thanks
Hey Joel, quite simply a lat pulldown using bands requires much less effort and uses far fewer muscle groups than a pullup (even an assisted pullup). So you will get a much better workout and become much stronger doing pullups (even assisted ones) than you will if you simply do band lat pulldowns. Don't get frustrated. Pullups are very difficult, especially for big guys. But as you know, the biggest results come from working the hardest. Keep it up!
Hi Coach Wayne, I am just finishing week one of my first round of P90X. I have the pull up bar and chin-up assist but I am having ALOT of trouble with the pull ups and chin ups. Should I get bands and the door attachment? If so how much resistance do I need? I just feel like I am not benefiting by not being able to do even one pull up. Thanks!
Hey Andrew, no, don't switch to bands. I could barely do one pullup when I started either. Can you do them with the assist if you adjust it to help you a lot (all 3 bands in it and have it up high to give you a lot of boost)? The key is to make yourself get 12-15 reps, no matter how much assistance you need (chin up max, chair with pushup up with your legs, etc). It takes time, but over time your muscles get stronger and you can start doing more and more. You are only 1 week into it. Keep showing up and you'll get there!
Hey coach wayne! I saw your p90x2 clips and noticed different color bands like yellow and I think blue. Are those bands offered by beachbody? I'm looking for something heavier than the green band.
Hey Matthew, I believe the green band is still the heaviest one you can buy from BB at this time. To get a heavier one you may have to look at a sporting goods store.
Hi Coach, Finally got X2 yesterday even though I pre-ordered (they forgot to ship it). Anyway, I don't have a chin up bar and it appears from reading through the Guide that I would need bands to modify and I guess I thought I would do Lat pushups like we did in Asylum to modify, but the bands are listed. So do I need to order the B line bands to get the full benefit, with the upgrade for the door attachment? If so, is the Standard bands sufficient? I really appreciate your feedback on this - thanks!
Hey Lisa, yes you will either need a pullup bar or bands as a minimum requirement for doing P90X2 (just like P90X). You can either get the band kit here with the door attachment, or look for a band kit at a sporting goods store. They are all comparable. The standard bands should be a great choice for you. Hope that helps!
hey Coach, how do i order these and you get the credit for it? just click on the Buy Now? also are they selling medicine balls yet? thanks man, cant wait to use X2!
Yes David, just click the buy now and it will route you to buy through TBB, but since you came from my site I will get credit from BB for it. Thanks for asking! Unfortunately BB isn't selling the med balls separately at this time. They don't have plans to sell med balls in the near future so your best bet for them is to get some from Amazon. I got some Valeo ones several months ago when I was doing the 1-on-1's and they are nice (color coded and work great). Check them out on Amazon. You can get 2, or 4 (depending on your budget). I got a 6, 8, 10, and 12.
hey, gave bowflex a call, the sale was only for the USA not for Canada (i live in Nova Scotia). They told me that they have a deal where i get a free bench with them but the price with shipping and GST will come to $654.34. Thanks for the advice anyways.
won't hurt to give it a shot eh hahahah!. Thanks for the advice, ill try it and if it works out ill be sure to tell you that it worked!
i hope so. Im looking into buying the bowflex dumbbells off of the site for full price because i simply cannot wait four months. Me and my parents are splitting the cost so neither of us pay a significant amount of money. I am just worried that i should have bought the b-lines super kit instead of the extreme kit but thank you for the feedback!
Hey Garrett, call Bowflex because even though the sale has expired, I've heard a few others say that if they call directly, Bowflex will honor the sale price on 552's through the end of the month (don't quote me on that though, that's just what others have said).
i have just purchased the chin-up bar and b-lines kit extreme resistance bands. I am worried that these are going to be difficult for me to use properly. I have been working out for five years and can use some pretty heavy dumbbells/barbells (50 lbs for single arm curls, 35 lbs for front raises etc.) Do you think that these will be sufficient or will i have problems using them for exercises?
Hey Garrett, bands feel a bit different than free weights, but you'll quickly get the hang of using them.
I purchased a single yellow band at a local fit shop and it is 20-68 resistance and man do I feel the differance, wish i would have got it sooner. i'm waiting for them to get the red one in as they use this one on P90X alot.