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Resistance Bands


These are some of the most popular options if you want versatility. Read more... You can anchor the handles to doorknobs, office chairs or even park benches, or use your own body so that you can get a workout when and where you want. Creating more tension or less resistance is as easy as moving your feet or hands along the tube or simply pulling it tighter. With the stackable resistance bands, you can increase or decrease the strength quickly and easily by adding or removing a tube. Click through to buy individuals or save with a full setand save.

Flat and Loop

Perfect to loop over a chin up bar and assist you, but also great for adding intensity to squats, read more... pushups and extensions, loop resistance bands can be used to take a workout to the next level, or add support when doing dips. They’re compact enough to fit in your desk at work, inside your carry on when you travel or even a diaper bag if you’re taking your kids to a playdate. Flat, loop resistance bands are the best option if you want exercise equipment that can travel with you and are designed to let you workout when you want, even when space is limited.

Resistance Band Sets

Looking to save some money? Then a set of resistance bands is perfect for you. Read more... As you get stronger and need more or less intensity, you’ll already have the extra bands ready to go. By purchasing a kit now, you’ll save when compared to purchasing one or two singles at a time.


From handles to anchors and anything else, this is where you’ll find the accessories, read more... so you can match your bands to your workout needs or the space you’ll be using them in.


What is your workout routine missing? You may never have considered it, but almost everyone can benefit from resistance bands. Whether you’re a beginner to working out and more comfortable at home than a gym, or an advanced athlete whose training has plateaued, resistance bands offer a completely different challenge to your muscles than free weights or machines. Resistance bands provide a way to perform a variety of resistance exercises with one simple, inexpensive piece of equipment.

Benefits of Resistance Band Training

Resistance bands actually have important advantages over free weights for resistance training that make them ideal. The most practical is that you can take and use them almost anywhere. They're inexpensive, easy to pack in a suitcase or backpack, and will allow you to do many of the same resistance exercises you would normally only do at the gym or with an expensive home weight set. They also provide a dimension of spatial control, and use of stabilizer muscles that free weights do not. They allow for a more full range of motion, important to proper muscular development, and they create continuous resistance throughout the movement cycle. Bands are also an excellent form of gentle strengthening for those undergoing rehabilitation or physical therapy.

ProsourceFit offers a wide variety of bands to suit every need and preference. For many, the ProsourceFit Tube Resistance Bands sets are a good place to start a resistance band workout, as they include various resistance levels, door anchor, and ankle straps so you have everything you need in one package. For leg work, we offer the specially designed Leg Resistance Band, and for those looking for a varied workout to support their CrossFit workouts, there are the XFit Loop Resistance Bands. Whatever the goal, we have the bands to help you achieve it.

Frequently Asked Questions About Resistance Bands

How Long Do They Last?

Each band is made of durable non-toxic latex and will last for years. The intensity and strength does not wear out so you won’t need to replace them for a long time, if ever.

How do I clean my resistance bands?

To clean individual bands or a set, do not use any chemicals, soaps or cleaning agents. Instead take a damp cloth and wipe them down. Using any chemicals or soaps can damage the latex and jeopardize the integrity of the bands.

Do they come with an exercise guide?

Yes, whether you purchase sets or singles, each order will come with a resistance band exercise guide that gives you everything you need or want to know in a quick and easy read. The guide also contains care instructions and lots more information.

Do they contain latex?

Yes, all of our options are made and double-dipped in a durable, non-toxic latex. Other materials sound good, but they may not be as stable, strong and long lasting which is why we chose this material.

What is the difference between tube and loop?

Loops can be looped around your ankles, legs or steady and weighted objects for a workout. You can add intensity by adding a second or third loop.

Tubes are longer and straight so you can increase intensity by moving your feet or hands closer together or farther apart. Tubes can more easily be attached to anchors like a closed door, a park bench or simply by standing on them.

Both tubes and loops can be used for a variety of exercises. Click through each category page above to find resistance band exercises using loops or tubes to pick which option is right for you.

What are the best resistance band workouts for beginners?

What are the best resistance band workouts for beginners?

Arm exercises:

  • Assisted pull ups
  • Assisted dips
  • Tricep extensions
  • Bicep curls
  • Assisted dips

Leg and butt exercises:

  • Kickbacks
  • Standing vertical raises
  • Backwards leg extensions

Chest exercises:

  • Assisted chin ups
  • Chest flies
  • Inclined bench presses

What are the best advanced resistance band exercises?

If you’re at a more advanced fitness level, here are some more intense workouts you can do with resistance bands.

Core and Ab workouts:

  • Burpees
  • Standing knee and elbow touches
  • Baseball swings
  • Squat, curl and press movements

Arm and Chest workouts:

  • Bandedpush ups (the band under your hands and over your back)
  • Elevated pushups (the band looped around the weight rack and your hands on the band)

Leg, thigh and butt workouts:

  • Clam shells
  • Banded squats
  • Banded squat walks