RangeMaster Stretch Strap, Multi-loop Strap with Exercise Guide for Physical Therapy, Yoga, Flexibility (Blue)

January 20, 2019 - Comment

RangeMaster Stretch Strap Stretching Aid with Patient Guide used for Triceps, Arms, Shoulders, Outer Thigh and Hips, Hamstrings, Quad, Calf, Low Back Product Features STRETCH: Gentle, prolonged stretches are simplified with the RangeMaster Stretch Strap. Six feet of durable nylon webbing is complemented with tough elastic loops stitched in that provide anchoring position for feet

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RangeMaster Stretch Strap Stretching Aid with Patient Guide used for Triceps, Arms, Shoulders, Outer Thigh and Hips, Hamstrings, Quad, Calf, Low Back

Product Features

  • STRETCH: Gentle, prolonged stretches are simplified with the RangeMaster Stretch Strap. Six feet of durable nylon webbing is complemented with tough elastic loops stitched in that provide anchoring position for feet and/or hands
  • FIRM: Non-stretch webbing on one side and elastic stretchable loops on the other
  • VERSATILE: Perfect for yoga, Pilates, ballet, CrossFit and physical therapy, warming up with a stretch strap helps to prevent injuries and enhances muscle recovery
  • PORTABLE WORKOUT: Take the stretch strap with you and never miss your daily stretching routine. The one-inch-wide strap comes with several exercise routines in a user guide

Comments

Anonymous says:

Wonderfully helpful with rehab I am recovering from bilateral knee replacement surgery and do daily physical therapy. My therapist uses a stretch strap during my sessions and recommended I get one for home use. It has a series of loops that are great hand-holds and foot-holds during many of my exercises. The stretch strap is extremely handy, and I can see that it will be helpful in both my yoga practice and daily stretching well after my rehab is completed. It’s well-made and affordable. It arrived on time as promised in…

Anonymous says:

You get what you pay for! You basically get what you pay for. It’s pretty cheap, not a very thick strap like the standard stretch strap one would acquire at a chiropractic firm. The grip material is separated and different from the rope aspect, and the logo stitching already fell out within two weeks of light use. I’m waiting for it to rip on me while I’m stretching out my hammy’s, I feel like it’s coming soon. If I had known it’d be this cheaply made, I would have paid an extra few bucks to get a better one. But I had…

Anonymous says:

Works fine, costs a bit less than trendier brand

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