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Featuring superior, rubber-tipped latex tubing, this resistance tubing with handles is constructed with progressive-layering technology for the most consistent resistance throughout movements. Its solid plastic handles have grooved finger placements and feature a TPR coating for a comfortable and superior grip.
Give your students a less-intimidating option for strength training! They can accomplish outstanding results with resistance tubing just as they would with dumbbells or machines.
This is the only resistance tubing on the market to feature a rubber inlay on the handle.
Easily progress in resistance level. Users can start on lighter tubes, and as they build up their strength they can progress on to heavier resistance.
All tubing levels are represented with labels and colors for quick and easy identification.
ProStretch™ Tubing with TPR Handles Options
ProStretch™ Tubing with TPR Handles is available in packs or individually.
ClassPlus 32-Tube Packs. Include 32 tubes (8 Light, 16 Medium, 8 Heavy), an ABS or Steel TubeMover™ Cart, and Charts.
ClassPlus 48-Tube Packs. Include 48 tubes, (12 Light, 24 Medium, 12 Heavy), an ABC or Steel TubeMover™ Cart, and Charts.
Why incorporate resistance tube training into my fitness program?
One of the most affordable fitness tools is also one of the most valuable!
Resistance tubing is a non-intimidating strength training tool that everyone from beginners to experienced athletes can benefit from. Tubing is available in multiple lengths and resistances, which can easily be adjusted by changing grip, anchor point, stance, or range of motion.
Tubes provide resistance in all directions, making it possible to target upper body, lower body, and core, or perform dynamic moves that work all 3 areas at once. Focus on specific muscles for injury rehabilitation, or use for sport-specific training, such as a golf swing or tennis stroke.
Lightweight and compact, resistance tubing is portable and can be used in almost any setting. Some moves do not require anchoring, for those that do, simply step or kneel on the tube, or loop it around a sturdy object such as a bench or door handle.