If your hips are weak, you only have one oar in the water. Use our potent bands to bring focused attention to your hips and glutes.
Use our bands to activate your lower body before workouts, or use them alone to strengthen your hips like no other.
- You’ll get three different levels (light, medium and heavy) of resistance with our hip bands.
- Latex bands rip and tear. Our bands are made of a superior blend of cotton, polyester, and elastane, ensuring durability for the long-haul.
- Most glute/hip bands roll up and slip. Because of our blend of fabrics, our bands stay in place.
- When you warm up with our bands, it’s like pressing the “on” button for your glutes. You’ll activate your lower body, making your workouts safer and more effective.
- Bands come with their own mesh carry bag for convenience.
Why should I use hip bands in my training?
- Improved hip stability: Hip bands provide extra resistance and support for the hips, helping to improve stability and control during exercises such as squats, lunges, and glute bridges. This can help to reduce the risk of injury and improve overall performance.
- Enhanced muscle activation: Hip bands provide an additional challenge for the muscles, especially the glutes and hips, helping to increase muscle activation and stimulate muscle growth. This can lead to stronger and more toned muscles.
- Improved mobility: Hip bands can help to improve flexibility and mobility in the hips and lower body, which can be beneficial for activities such as running and sports.
- Increased strength: The added resistance provided by the hip bands can help to increase strength in the lower body, leading to better performance in exercises such as squats and deadlifts.
- Versatility: Hip bands are lightweight and portable, making them a convenient tool for workouts at the gym or at home. They can be used in a variety of exercises to target different muscle groups and add an extra challenge to your workouts.
Overall, hip bands can be a valuable addition to any training program, helping to improve stability, muscle activation, and strength in the lower body.