X-Over Shoulder and Arm Resistance Band- Single Pair (25lb)
- Heavy (25lbs) X-Over Bands 1 Pair
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X-Over Bands are designed specifically for Shoulder and Arm Care. The unique cross over style of resistance is designed for working the smaller muscles to increase the stability of your Rotator Cuff and the smaller muscles that create stability around your shoulders, scapula, and arms. The support that this particular type of band and exercises provide allow you to function better with any and all activities you do that include your upper body. No matter if you are into Extreme fitness such as Box Gyms, Weight Lifting, or bodybuilding, or you simply want to define your shoulders in your bodybuilding efforts, these bands will expedite the results. If you are experiencing shoulder injury during activities, these bands are your solution as well. By building the smaller supportive muscles, you can push your shoulders hard, lift more weight, do more pulls ups, or whatever your EXTREME exercise is. This set of bands will help you push harder and go further with less risk of a shoulder injury and define your upper body at the same time!
**Ultimate Door Anchor (shown in image) is sold separately**
These are well made and work just as good and are cheaper than the Crossover Symmetry Bands. Only real difference is color.
After much research, I decided to purchase this set of bands for use with p90x. I just finished my first complete cycle of p90x and I must say that I couldn't ask for anything more out of the bands. Before doing p90x, I lifted weights about 2x a week and considered myself to be a pretty fit guy. The nice thing about this set of bands is that you can use the lowest resistance one for the tougher exercises (I use them for shoulders), the middle resistance for other muscles that are not quite as strong as your main muscle groups (triceps, back, etc), and the highest resistance for the main muscle (I only use this for biceps). I would recommend these bands to any skill level going into p90x... if you are just starting out then you could easily complete the program with the lowest resistance band.