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Sport Cord® Resistance Cord Kit

Sku: 533KIT

A Gymnasium in a Bag

Physical-therapist and trainer-designed Sport Cords and accessories are among the first stretch cord exercisers, and still the best, due to their functionality and quality. Made in the U.S.A. from durable rubber, nylon and steel materials, Sport Cords and accessories are built to last.

Benefit from superior consistency, safety and comfort throughout numerous home-fitness and rehabilitation programs.

High-performing, low-cost Sport Cords are available in four different, color-coded resistance levels that attach with ease to the accessories designed to accompany them. Approximately 6' pre-stretched; 10' max stretch.

Built Tougher to Last Longer

Sport Cords use a bungee-type resistance cord that’s constructed from multiple strands of rubber and covered by a tightly woven, high-strength nylon jacket. This protective jacket:

  • Extends the life of the rubber core by shielding it from oxygen and UV light
  • Prevents rubber from contacting the user – important for latex-sensitive individuals
  • Prevents sudden cord breakage
  • Signals when the cord needs to be replaced

Sport Cord Kit includes four different color-coded resistance cords, door anchor, deluxe handles, wide adjustable strap (max 8" dia.) and adjustable waist belt (29"-52" waist).

Cord resistance levels:
Black -- 14-28 lbs
Blue -- 9-18 lbs
Green -- 6-12 lbs
Red -- 3-6 lbs

Overall Rating
April 17, 2013 / Ryan - Minnesota

Great anywhere workout

I purchased the sport cord in order to workout in my bedroom after the kid goes to bed. I was pleasantly surprised how good of a workout I got. No, it's not the same as free weights but it fits in a small drawer. I'm not a small guy and the blue cord has pretty challenging resistance for upper body. The black cord is really tough. The best part about sport cord is the clips at the ends. Instead of pinching a couple different tubes in a door, I just put the anchor in the door and clipped on the cord I wanted. Switching cords was easy. I haven't used the waist belt or leg cuff but I can see it would be just as easy. The only thing I wouldn't suggest is using them with bare feet. It's really uncomfortable on your arches and rubs against your skin. Shoes are a must. Haven't used it for this, but a buddy has one and clips it on a chain link fence at the baseball field. Seems durable. Only had it for a couple weeks. Overall, I like these better than tubes.
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I purchased the sport cord in order to workout in my bedroom after the kid goes to bed. I was pleasantly surprised how good of a workout I got. No, it's not the same as free weights but it fits in a small drawer. I'm not a small guy and the blue cord has pretty challenging resistance for upper body. The black cord is really tough. The best part about sport cord is the clips at the ends. Instead of pinching a couple different tubes in a door, I just put the anchor in the door and clipped on the cord I wanted. Switching cords was easy. I haven't used the waist belt or leg cuff but I can see it would be just as easy. The only thing I wouldn't suggest is using them with bare feet. It's really uncomfortable on your arches and rubs against your skin. Shoes are a must. Haven't used it for this, but a buddy has one and clips it on a chain link fence at the baseball field. Seems durable. Only had it for a couple weeks. Overall, I like these better than tubes.

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