Wrist or Ankle Weights 1kg x 2 - Exercise & Increase Strength - For Womens and Men’s Home Workouts, Yoga & Resistance Training
Using ankle and wrist weights is a practical way to get more out of a walking exercise.
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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.