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Black Mountain Products Ultimate Exercise Resistance Band, Multicolour, Pack of 7
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- Any band can be used together at one-time to create multiple levels of resistance
- Features metal clipping system on bands for attaching to soft-grip handles or ankle straps
- Yellow 2-4 lbs., Blue 4-6 lbs., Green 10-12 lbs., Black 15-20 lbs., Red 25-30 lbs., Orange 30-35 lbs., Purple 45-50 lbs.
- Includes two door anchors, two sets of handles, two ankle straps, carrying case and starter guide
- All Black Mountain Products come with a manufacturer's lifetime warranty
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Black Mountain Products Ultimate Stackable Resistance Band Set
Why Black Mountain
Black Mountain Products (B.M.P.) resistance bands are made from the highest quality rubber to ensure maximum life. This Black Mountain Products Ultimate set of resistance bands includes seven stackable resistance bands, two sets of handles, two door anchors, two ankle straps, one carrying bag and an exercise manual. These bands are perfect for optimizing your workout. With the ability to combine any of the seven bands together to achieve multiple levels of resistance, you will be able to enhance the effectiveness of each workout with ease.
With the added door anchor, handles, and ankle strap this set will allow you to get a full body workout at home and abroad as the carrying bag makes it simple to take the set with you anywhere. This is a perfect set for anyone from a beginner to an expert in fitness. With our unparalleled customer service and lifetime warranty, you will never have any issues maintaining your set of bands.
- Seven bands included, 2 sets of handles, 2 door anchors, 2 ankle straps.
- Bands can be stacked to create varying levels of resistance.
- Metal carabiner clips make attaching bands fast and easy.
- Compact and lightweight system allows you to easily take the resistance bands anywhere.
- Complete full body workout in one system.
Build muscle faster with stacked bands.
Achieve a full body workout with the provided door anchor and ankle strap.
Limitless workout possibilities.
Create custom workouts from low or high repetition sets.
Resistance bands on easier on tendons and joints.
Helps strengthen neighboring muscle groups.
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They seem to be very durable, I bought them 4 months ago and use them 3-4 times a week. The Carabiners are solid and all but one of them opens and closes very easily (I have one that sticks sometimes).
The set comes with a decent little nylon bag, it's nothing fancy but everything fits in it and it's a nice addition for organizing your gear.
The amount of resistance you get from these is dependant a couple of key aspects.
The first is that the resistance is partially dependent on the distance you stretch them (with-in their safety limits) so if you are trying to use these with a bench for something like a bench press you're probably going to be disappointed since you won't be able to stretch them far enough to get good resistance. I'm 6'5" (198cm) and on my standard free weight bench I can't get a good stretch unless I go incline.
This is the same for any kind of pull downs if you're tall like me. Anchoring the set to a doorway doesn't work for me since I'm so tall and my arms are so long. Even if I get on my knees I can't get a decent stretch out of them.
I need to anchor them to the ceiling and since I live in an apartment that's a no-no. I plan to buy a power tower soon though so hopefully that will solve the problem.
The second is that you'll most likely need to stack the bands for big, compound movements. You can stack ALL of them on the handles if you want and that's a decent amount of resistance if you can get far enough away from your anchor. I purchased the atomic green band to help get more resistance and when I stack them all together it's very difficult to stretch them when I can get distance from the anchor point.
If you are careful, have good form and are deliberate in your movements you can do some solid squats, curls and shrugs with these as well, it's not as satisfying as moving a barbell or a couple of dumbbells but it's a workout and when you can't hit the gym it's nice to have the option, especially for the price and the minimal weight.
Where the set really shines for me is in workouts like Incline Fly's, Incline Presses and crossover's or any kind of cable style movements (when I have a good anchor).
Because the resistance lets up as you go back down in a press movement, you don't need to worry about the stress on your shoulders as much and you still get that natural movement you get with dumbbells. So you can really stack the resistance and not have to worry as much about getting hurt. Heavier load, less danger, I like it.
There's also a lot of stabilizing involved so it encourages you to maintain proper form throughout your movement, another plus.
I haven't figured out how to do a deadlift style movement or anything reasonable for calves which is unfortunate but for almost everything else they are a nice alternative when you need them.
Again for bigger guys you'll probably want to order a couple of the big green ones and maybe an extra purple. Also, keep in mind that you will need a solid anchor and a space that allows you some distance. If you don't have those things you'll probably be disappointed.
A FEW TIPS (some I've already covered).
If you anchor to a doorway, you need to be standing on the side of the door that opens away from you. That way the door is held in place by the entire frame instead of just the latch.
If you don't feel like the bands are hard enough, stack them, connect several of them together or buy some more big ones and stack those. If you still can't get enough resistance move further from the anchor point to where the bands are just starting to stretch at the beginning of your movement.
Don't wrap your bands around anything sharp or abrasive and don't stand on them with cleats or anything other than flat soled shoes (I workout barefoot, but I have flat feet). Even small tears in the bands might cause them to tear and snap in your face. I snapped a band from my uncles set (different brand) and on further inspection the whole band looked like he worked out on a cheese grater or something, concrete floors, un-sanded wood beams, etc. All can be rough on the soft rubber.
The nylon on the ends is kind of abrasive so if you're doing movements that will cause them to move across or press against your skin you might want to wear a long sleeve or a forearm guard since they can scratch a bit, they don't really bother me anymore but they did at first.
All in all, I really like the set and I'm glad I bought it. I've traveled with it a few times now and it was great to be able to get at least some kind of decent workout in.
Definitely recommend them and this brand seems to be well built and durable.
I assume this is because these bands do not have safety sleeves, like some other brands do.
Note to first time users: Make sure if you are using the door anchors that you have the 'anchor' portion as close to the door as you can and there is minimal slack. Otherwise, you can scrape the paint a little on your door frame when you start using them. This is more of a user caution though as they work fantastic.
I like them so much I am trying to figure out a way to "anchor" the bands to an unfinished basement doorway frame that puts minimal stress on the bands. I don't want to use the door anchors as I like them for when I need to use them on a hotel door or other spots in the house. Bag it comes with is nothing spectacular but does the job and seems to fit everything I need it to.
Update 6/24/2019: Customer Service shipped me a new one with no hassles.