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Pull Up Assist Band Sets

  • Pull Up Band Set 1 is great for Women or People Under 130 Pounds
  • Pull Up Band Set 2 is great for Most Men or People under 220 Pounds
  • Pull Up Band Set 3 Offers a Wider Range of Bands and allows you to do Burn Out Set with the lighter bands during your training
  • Pull Up Band Set 4 is ideal if you are over 220 Pounds and have no upper body strength
  • To use, loop the Pull Up Assistance Band over your pull up bar, tie a knot by looping it over itself, put one foot inside the loop, and begin doing assisted pull ups. Once you can do 15 to 20 Reps with the one band, move to the next smaller bands and repeat until you can do unassisted Pull Ups. There are a number of variables to consider when selecting the right 41" Loop Band for Pull Up Assistance, such as: physical condition, upper body strength, and weight. The most commonly used Pull Up Bands for pull up assistance are the following based on starting level recommendations: Blue 2 1/2" - For people over 220 lbs or someone 170 or above that has not worked out in a long time and cannot do a single pull-up | Green 1 3/4" - Ideal starting Pull Up Band for most people, or for lighter people (<120 lbs) with no upper body strength | Purple 1 1/8" - Starting bands for most women or someone in very good shape | Black 3/4" - Used for someone that is working towards unassisted pull-ups as the last stage of assistance or for burn out reps. | The goal with most Pull Up Band training is too start with the larger bands and progress down in size until you can do them unassisted. The above is just a guide and you will need to be flexible on where people started based on their age, weight and fitness level.          

Pull Up Band Selection Guide