Undersun Fitness’ Frequently Asked Questions
Each full set of Undersun Resistance Bands comes with 5 different levels of resistance, from X-Light, Light, Medium, Heavy and X-Heavy. These are the 5 most frequently used resistance levels, and when paired together you can create countless levels of resistance, for any exercise.
The great thing about Undersun Resistance bands is they are small, lightweight and portable. Throw them in your backback, suitcase or over your shoulder, and take them wherever you want to go. The drawsting bag, with all 5 bands, compresses to roughly 14” long x 8” wide and 4’ deep. The total weight is less than 3 pounds.
To get maximum results from your Undersun Resistance Bands, you’ll want to incorporate some anchored exercises into your routine. In a gym, or even an outdoor park, you can easily anchor your bands around a piece of equipment, but the door anchor will allow you to do the same with any door in your home, office or hotel. Make sure to check out one of the TA2 training programs for a variety of anchored exercises for each muscle group.
Step 1. Open the door
Step 2. Stand on the hinge side of the door (the side where the door closes in)
Step 3.. With the loop side of the anchor facing you, place the strap flat across the edge of the door, with the foam side of the anchor on the opposite side of the door.
Step 4. Close the door, making sure that it is fully latched
Step 5. Anchor the band by threading it through the nylon loop, and then looping the resistance band through itself. This will make a secure “knot”.
The round foam stopper will allow you to set your anchor on the side, top or bottom of your door. The will give you multiple anchor heights, varying from low to high, depending on the exercise. Make sure to sign up for one of the TA2 Resistance Band Programs for a complete 90-Day Weight Loss or Muscle Building Plan.
Because of the soft foam used for the stopper, the door anchor should not damage your door, if placed properly. The sharp edges on some doors may damage the door stopper over time, so periodically check your anchor for damage, and replace if necessary.