Check out my fitness gear review of the Strength Bands from Iron Woody Fitness, and some of my favorite exercises with these bands (like assisted pull-ups!)
This past week I had the privilege of reviewing a set of strength bands from Iron Woody Fitness. I am excited to do this review and I love strength bands!
Here’s why: 1) I had this set of heavy duty strength bands on my wish list for at least a year, 2) these bands are a great tool for expanding your exercise routine, and 3) these are a great tool for building exercise confidence in beginners.
A colleague of mine introduced me to using strength bands over 1 year ago and she also recommended Iron Woody Fitness as a source. I chose Iron Woody Fitness for my strength bands because their bands are affordable, high quality, and *bonus* their company is located in the neighboring state of Montana (my home state!).
They have some of the best prices on the market for heavy-duty strength bands, plus their equipment is used by top facilities across the country, including several U.S. Olympic teams and the U.S. Air Force Academy.
The set of strength bands I reviewed all come in the Assisted Pull-Up Package, but you can buy them individually, too. Need other sizes? No problem: Iron Woody Fitness bands come in a wide variety of sizes/strengths.
If you are a Fitness Professional, you can qualify for 15% off Iron Woody Fitness equipment. Just contact them to get more information!
I have been experimenting with doing video for my blogs, so I have included a video review of the strength bands and a demo of assisted pull-ups with the strength bands.
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist
2 thoughts on “Fitness Gear Review: Strength Bands”
Great job! I am learning new stuff every day – had no idea there was a way to do pull ups with an assist 🙂
Thanks Em! You should come down and try it with me sometime : )