Do you have a wall chart that shows all of the exercises?
Unfortunately we no longer have a wall chart that displays all of the exercises.. We had stopped producing the wall chart a number of years ago and do not include it in any of the systems.
We are currently in the process of re-designing a new and improved chart that is scheduled to be available ...
How do I clean my bands?
To clean and condition the bands we have created our very own, non-toxic, "Band New" Cleaner/Conditioner.
"Band New" Resistance Bands Cleaner, Conditioner and Restorer is the best way to keep your bands looking their best! Simply apply to the applicator and then apply to the latex. You can let t...
How long are the Bodylastics resistance bands?
Bodylastics resistance bands are approx. 54 inches from clip end to clip end when the band is not stretched. The bands will fully stretch up to 4 times their length (approx. 16 feet) before the Snap Guard cord prevents them from stretching any further.
I am seeing a white powder looking coating on my bands. Are they safe to use?
What you are seeing is the talc powder used in the manufacture of the bands coming to the colored surface of the latex.
It is normal in time and use for bands, especially if they haven't been used on a regular basis. The whiteish color you are seeing doesn't affect the integrity of the band and ...
My Bodylastics resistance levels are different than the ones I see. For example my 5lb is a yellow and now the yellow band is a 3lb.
The band colors and resistance levels had changed about 2012 when we had introduced a new 3lb. band. When the new 3lb resistance level was added, we shifted all the colors down 1 level. Here is a list that gives the levels and colors of the old resistance band levels and the new resistance band l...
Why don't you make a 100lb resistance band like some other companies?
Many band manufacturers base their resistance level on different things. Some combine the total of both ends of the bands, some use the total of the full elongation and some literally just apply a random number. Bodylastics very accurately tests the resistance levels of their bands.
Can I use a wall anchor like the one's that Bob and Brad sell?
Bob and Brad have been great supporters of our products and we appreciate all they do to promote our company. The wall anchors they sell are a fantastic product and work very well with our bands with one exception.
The wall attachments that they have designed and promote for use with our bands i...
When I add up your resistance claimed on your sets I only get half that if I add up all the bands.How do you calculate your resistance levels?
The total resistance of a system is calculated by adding up the resistance of all the bands in the set and then multiplying by 2 to account for each end of the bands.
For example, if you take the 5lb. green band and anchor one end and stretch a single length of elastic you will be getting 5lbs. ...
Where can I purchase the Loop or Flat Bands?
Bodylastics no longer produces the Flat or Loop bands pictured in the exercise section of the website. We had discontinued these 2 products in early 2018 and will not be making them anymore. We have kept the exercises available for anyone to use that may have Flat or Loop bands and are looking fo...
There is a small bump/lump on my band. Should I be concerned?
In very rare cases you may receive a band that has a small bump on the surface. The small lump you are seeing is nothing to worry about. The bands are manufactured in what is called a "Continuous Dip" process. This means the latex is dipped over and over multiple times to form the tube. This proc...
Where are your products made?
Bodylastics is an American based, owned and operated company. All of the products are made in China.