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Cando Twin-Pak Latex-Free Exercise Band, Green, 100 Yard (2 50-Yd Boxes)

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Item #: 901-105653Q
  Model #: 105653
Brand: Cando
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Cando Twin-Pak Latex-Free Exercise Band, Green, 100 Yard (2 50-Yd Boxes)
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Description
CanDo® resistive band exerciser roll is packaged in a dispenser box.
  • Simply unroll desired length of exercise band from dispenser box and cut with scissors.
  • CanDo® high quality synthetic latex free exercise band has been used for physical therapy and athletic training by clinics, fitness centers and individuals since 1987.
  • It has become a well known staple of many physical therapy programs.
  • The latex free formula has been specially created to mimic the stretch characteristics of latex band.
  • CanDo® exercise band is an economic solution for upper and lower body exercise.
  • Lightweight, compact and portable.
  • Durable.
  • Effective when used alone, or with handles and anchors.
  • Color-coded according to the exercise band?s resistance.
  • CanDo® is licensed to use the Thera-Band® color sequence so resistance level is easily identified.
  • Available in 8 levels of resistance for progressive exercise.
  • 50-yard rolls have a core that fits most dispenser racks.
  • 100-yard put-up consists of 2 x 50-yard rolls.
  • Levels range in order of strength from least to greatest resistance: tan, yellow, red, green, blue, black, silver, gold.
  • Uniform width - each band is 5" wide.
  • 100 yard (2 x 50 yard rolls) - Green-medium
  • Exercise
  • Resistance Bands
  • CanDo® Latex Free Exercise Band Rolls
Specifications
Brand : Cando Customizable : No
Weight : 9.00 lbs. per Set

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