We hope this information is informative and beneficial to your purchasing decision. Get Up, Get-Out, Get Moving
Power X Cord Features at a Glance:
- Packaged Kits Saving You Money
- Full Length Nylon Protective Sleeves
- Proprietary Dip Technology Latex Bands
- Idea Working Length of 32 Inches
- Over Stretch Prevention Built In
- Multiple Grip Options
- Self Locking Heavy Duty Carabiners
- Carabiners on Both Ends
- Comfort Grip Handles
- Padded Ankle Straps
- Reinforcement Stitching
- 1 Year Warranty
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Below we’ve put together the most common questions asked prior to purchasing Power X Cords. If after you still have questions please reach out to customer service. Click here
You can buy a single cord, but we also offer two kits and the reason is simple. Purchasing a la carte means you paying more a lot less. It has been our experience that if a person has the proper gear they will be far more successful on their fitness journey. Not only that, they become more creative with their workouts.
We offer two kits: 6 band (3pr) system & 10 band (5pr) system. Both systems come with a storage bag, Power X Cords, comfort grip handles and ankle straps.
After extensive testing we’ve determined that 32 inches is ideal length for all around use and optimal performance. Allowing them to also be used as either a small or large loop band. Our bands extend to 85 inches.
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No! Even though we’ve built in over stretch protection we don’t recommend continually pulling the cords to the full extent (fully locked out). If you are maxing out your cords it is likely you are not able to perform the exercises safely or correctly. Simple adjust your position to prevent them from locking out.
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The term stacking simply means using more than one band. Combining them to increase the amount of resistance.
Yes. We recommend purchasing cords in pairs.
Simple, it drives up the price and limits the exercises you can accomplish. Plus they become too bulky to pack for travel. How many handles does one need, you only have two hands. lol
After polling several groups the overall response was clear. The majority of people preferred a simple numbering system instead of trying to remember weights. Focusing on the weight can deterred the quality of your training and form. After all we workout to be stronger and healthier, not broken or damaged from improper technique. TRAIN SMARTER
The resistance weight of our bands depends on the band size (#1-8) and the distance pulled. See the chart below (chart coming soon)