Superior Layered Design
Made to last through whatever intense workouts you can think of
Size and Use Cheat Sheet
¼” wide x 41" long (6mm x 1m), the light band provides 5-15 lbs (2-7 kg) of resistance and is excellent for high rep exercises. The perfect tool for warm-ups and strengthening smaller muscle groups, particularly around shoulders and arms.
1/2" wide x 41" long, the medium band has 15-35 lbs (7-16 kg) of tension. It's a versatile band used to condition and tone every muscle group on or off the pole. Perfect for high rep strength training and/or combining with other bands.
7/8" wide x 41" long (22mm x 1m), the heavy band offers 30-50 lbs (14-23 kg) of assistance on the pole and can be used alone or combined with other bands to customize tension. This size is also widely used for splits / straddle stretch and conditioning.
1 1/8" wide x 41" long (30mm x 1m), the robust bands gives 50-80 lbs (23-36 kg) of resistance and is a natural place to start for many polers. This is our most popular pole fitness resistance band, and not just because it's pink ; ) Also a great tool for front splits.
1.75" wide x 41" long (45mm x 1m), the power band provides 70-100 lbs (31-45 kg) of resistance. This trusty band is a great spotting tool for inverts and assisted pole exercises when worn around the thigh. Perfect for assisted pull-ups too.
2.5" wide x 41" long (64mm x 1m), the strong band provides 100-140 lbs (45-63 kg) of resistance. This stiff band is recommended for athletes 200 lbs+ who are new to pole fitness.
Set of 3 12" (30cm) bands. Ideal for any athlete who wants a swift kick in the booty, and an effective tool to tone it. Light and portable fully-loaded lower body workout. Tones the hips, legs, and buns.
Pole Stretch Bands
The Pole Dancing Multi-Tool
Pole fitness is a dynamic sport that requires tremendous strength, stamina, stability and flexibility. Our pole dance training bands assist your natural body movements and offer a boost as you power through plateaus and progressions.
Exercise bands area perfect complement to pole fitness. They offerassistance on the pole by helping offset your bodyweight -- making tricks more attainable yet still challenging. Exercise bands also offerresistancewhen used to deepen stretches and warm-up muscles for injury prevention.
How do I use Pole Fitness Bands?
Start training the aerial deadlift by progressing from the floor with less jump into your handspring, and also by going to a sit on the pole. The aerial deadlift will begin with sitting on the pole and then pushing and pulling with your arms while kicking and lifting the legs up and over your head in the air to end in an aerial Ayesha pose.
Pole Fitness Training Bands
Trusted pole stretch band kits designed for all pole dance levels
We offer a blend of resistance bands to assist with any pole exercises and any level of strength training. Whether you’re a seasoned poler looking for a little boost or a newbie just starting out, these kits make it easy for you to mix and match exercise bands together for a full-body workout.
Tips for Using Different Pole Fitness Bands
Customize the resistance needed for each pole exercise.
Bust through plateaus and accelerate progressions by training with the right selection of pole stretch bands.
Accelerate aerial hip lift training with the heavy band
Progress to the robust band to strengthen handsprings/deadlifts
Scale up to the power resistance band to hold your iron-x
Mark progress with lighter bands as you train static or dynamic exercises
As you fatigue, you’ll need more band assistance, and as you get stronger you’ll need less.
Combine two pole resistance bands for maximum assistance
Remove the lighter band as you get stronger for medium assistance
Progress further until using just the lighter band for minimal assistance
What our customers are saying
"As a pole studio owner, I've found Rubberbanditz bands useful for spotting and for helping beginners feel more confident on the pole."