Vulcan Strength Resistance Bands

Vulcan Strength Resistance Bands


4.5 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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  • The Vulcan Strength Bands are made of a long-lasting 100% natural latex.
  • Strength Bands are all 41″ in length and approx.
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Product Summary & Specs

  • The Vulcan Strength Bands are made of a long-lasting 100% natural latex.
  • Strength Bands are all 41″ in length and approx. 3/8″ thick.
  • Resistance is increased based on the width of the band:
    • XX Light Strength Band – 1/2″ wide. Generally used for stretching and rehab exercises. 20 -35 lbs resistance
    • X Light Strength Band – 1-1/8″ wide. Used for stretching, rehab exercises, 30 – 50 lbs of resistance
    • Light Strength Band – 1-3/4″ wide. Mostly used for body weight assistance/pull-ups(140 lb BW and below) resistance 50-120 lbs
    • Medium Strength Band – 2-1/2″ wide. Used mostly for barbell movements to add resistance/assistance, resistance 50-150 lbs
    • Heavy Strength Band – 3-1/4″ wide. Used for High level strength training. resistance 70-150 lbs
    • X Heavy Strength Band – 4: wide. used for Elite Level Strength training barbell work 100 -200 lbs resistance
  • The Vulcan Strength Bands are a great tool for both stretching, and assistance in building strength for dips and pullups.
  • They are also used to provide increased resistance while doing bench press, squats, and dead-lifts, Torso work, etc.


Material Type

Natural Latex Rubber

Made In USA


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Vulcan Strength Resistance Bands
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