Physioworx - Ankle/Wrist Weights 1.5kg x 2 pcs

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Using ankle and wrist weights is a practical way to get more out of a walking exercise.

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Physioworx Ankle/Wrist Weights Features:

The ankle and wrist weights can help to strengthen and tone the upper and lower body muscles while walking, they are also a great aid for general exercise.

These weights are easy to apply and remove with the adjustable hook and loop strapping attached to each weight.

  • FOR WOMEN & MEN: Weights strategically added to the ankles & wrists for increased muscle strengthening & toning effect during home workouts, yoga or specific resistance training.
  • WEIGHTS FOR WRISTS & ANKLES: Comfortably adds weight to the wrists and ankles without discomfort to provide effective weight support.
  • ON EACH FOOT OR WRIST: Constructed from lightweight yet durable materials, these ankle weights and wrist weights for women (and men) are ideal for increasing strength and endurance levels.
  • WEAR DAILY FOR CONSTANT EXERCUSE: The ankle and wrist weights can help to strengthen and tone the upper and lower body muscles while walking, they are also a great aid for general exercise.
  • SOFT NEOPRENE LINING: Ankle weights have a soft neoprene coating that prevents skin irritation while taking extended vigorous exercises like running or aerobics classes.

Available in 3 different weights

Choosing the Correct Ankle Weight - A Guide

  1. Start Light: If you’re new to ankle weights, begin with a light weight for each ankle. This allows you to get used to the added resistance without straining your muscles or joints.
  2. Assess Your Fitness Level: Consider your current strength and fitness level. If you’re more experienced and looking to challenge yourself, you can opt for heavier weights.
  3. Goal-Oriented: Think about your fitness goals. If you want to tone and shape your legs, a moderate weight might be suitable. If you’re aiming for endurance or rehabilitation, lighter weights may be preferable.
  4. Gradual Progression: As you get stronger and more accustomed to ankle weights, you can gradually increase the weight in small increments. Avoid making large jumps in weight to prevent overexertion or injury.
  5. Consult a Professional: If you’re unsure about the appropriate weight for your specific needs or have any underlying health concerns, it’s a good idea to consult with a fitness trainer or physical therapist.

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