Rubberbanditz Showcase Superstar Athletes Using Resistance Bands for Strength and Speed Training

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By most accounts, the Kansas City Royals should never have reached the 2014 World Series. When asked how they did it Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson said, "That's what speed do."

The days of cheap strips snipped off of a reel of latex by your physical therapist are over. There are dozens of options floating around, from awkward clip-on accessories to velcro straps and overpriced tubing. Rubberbanditz offers the best in mobile fitness equipment with tough, continuously layered closed loop bands, made to prevent breakage and support a total body training platform.

This kind of quality has not gone unnoticed. Finally, the promise of resistance bands has come true at the highest levels of sport.

By most accounts, the Kansas City Royals should never have reached the 2014 World Series. Last in the American League in home runs with no one in particular hitting more than 17, the usual offensive statistics didn't tell the story.

What's their secret? According to Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson, "That's what speed do."

Kansas City began a speed development program in 2007 with the addition of strength and conditioning coach Joseph Potts. While resistance bands were regularly used for speed and explosivity in the NFL, their migration to speed training in baseball was new and gave the Royals an edge. This year they led the league in stolen bases with 153, many determining the outcome of the game.

Potts currently brings his speed training and resistance band expertise to train several players on the Kansas City Chiefs. Keep an eye out for them in Super Bowl XLIX.

Basketball phenom John Wall recently released his resistance band upper body circuit which can be done in just a few minutes a day in a tiny space. The excuses are running thin!

You may have heard of one Lebron James. He uses them regularly! Here’s his circuit; settle in, it’s roughly an hour long and clearly an important part of his routine. Pro tip: Anyone can do this in a hotel room.

Pros use resistance bands, the ultimate in mobile fitness, for top-down functional training. The Rubberbanditz 1 pound mobile training kit offers all of this at a fraction of the cost, space and weight of traditional gym equipment. Build power, speed, agility and explosivity today with Rubberbanditz resistance bands!

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