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3 Piece Set Hip Resistance Bands

$34.99

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3 Piece Resistance Bands. Get the perfect Booty you always wanted !

Shape, sculpt, lift, and tone your glutes & legs with these 2one2 Resistance Bands.  Easy to use anywhere and anytime you want: At the gym, at homeoutdoors, or even as a quick break at the office!

The bands are sold as a set of three 
Small: Athlete
Medium: Intermediate 
Large: Beginner 

Product Futures:
Versatile –  Ideal for improving strength and mobility.
Add glute activation to your workout routine with our heavy duty hip circle band.
Use for a variety of exercises such as hip band squats, hip band leg press, hip thrusts.

Non-Slip Design – Made from a combination of fabric and latex.  The inner non-slip grip design ensures the band stays in place and does not roll up or pinch during exercise.

PORTABLE – These resistance bands can be easily carried to the gym, home use and are also ideal for use while travelling.

Heavy Resistance Bands – Note the bands are at least 200 lbs in resistance.
Available in 3 Sizes – Circumference Small (65cm) or Medium (73cm) or Large(80cm)
Width:8cm

Package Included:  3PCS Fitness Band

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