Outdoors with resistance bands?

The resistance band I have covered in previous posts about home training equipment should last a long time when cared for properly. However, some bands are built with an outer layer of protection that also protects against bands snapping. These can get a little bulky in a bag, but for outdoor use they can take a beating.


For a full kit with an anchor and handles:

Polygon Resistance Bands Set, Upgraded Resistance Tubes with Anti-Snap Heavy Duty Protective Nylon Sleeves, Include 5 Exercise Bands, Door Anchor, Ankle Strap, Handle


 

For individual bands with handles attached to each band FitCord is awesome but a little more expensive:

3 Pack Light, Medium, Heavy FitCord Covered Resistance Bands. 4ft Fitness Tubes

OR

FitCord Resistance Bands - 4ft Premium Exercise Cords for Home & Gym, Shoulder & Arm Care, Muscle Performance, Sports, Rehab Workouts - Set of 6-7lbs to 55lbs - Door Anchor Included

 

If you have bands with built-in handles, but want to "stack" the bands to increase resistance you can buy extra handles.



The handles already come with caribeaners, not all of them do.




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