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Powerlifting, Strength Training Band #7 Orange (70-175 lbs) 3-1/4″ x 41″ long


1/4″ Through 3/4″ bands are great for stretching and isolation exercises. The 1-1/8″ Through 2-1/2″ bands are good for assisted pull-ups, powerlifting and compound exercises. The 3-1/4″ band is useful for band deadlifts and for very strong powerlifters.

Product Features

  • From light to heavy resistance (2-200 lbs) – To choose the best bands for your needs, check out the band tension chart in the images to the left.
  • A variety of exercises can be performed – for physical therapy, rehabilitation, pull-ups, stretching, strength training, powerlifting and etc.
  • Bands are 41″ inches long and are made of high-quality latex material built to last for years.
  • These high-quality bands are very durable so you can use them for years to come.


Andrew Phillips says:

Using for assistance in pull-up training When I first opened the package, I thought, “Dang, that’s a BIG rubber band.” And it is. Most of my adult life I’ve been overweight and understrong. Though I started changing that a year or two ago, I still lack the right muscles (especially the lats) to do unassisted pull-ups. At 6’2″ and 240 lbs, I can do dead hangs from the bar, but negatives are difficult – I just drop too quickly.After reading reviews, I ordered the blue Draper Strength band, and after it arrived I…

Spencer in Seattle says:

5 Things to Think About Before Buying One of These Bands First, I should say that I’ve been doing pull-ups for a while, but I bought one of these bands (the green one) to help me get my first muscle-up. Simply put, I think these bands add a lot to any pull-up workout.Here are five things that I think you should know before buying these bands:1. The designation of lbs. per band can be a little confusing. Basically, the bigger, more expensive bands will pull you up to the bar much more powerfully. So if you’re light and need a…

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