Resistance Flex Strap


Resistance Flex Strap


Working with the Flex Strap allows the dancer to simulate dance-specific or sport-specific movement patterns, concentrating on improvements in execution and mobility.


Utilising the elastic resistance, the Flex Strap increases muscle strength in a safe, productive manner.


As the band stretches resistance increases, providing a stimulus to the muscle. This resistance does not rely on gravity. Instead, training with elastic resistance provides a variable resistance throughout the stretch or exercise, eliminating the possibility of using momentum and ‘cheating’ your way through the movement.


Working against this resistance forces the muscle to respond with increased effort, which promotes the development of muscular growth, strength and power.


To adjust the straps:  Pinch the metal slider with your middle finger and thumb. Slide up or down by using the pointer finger to guide the part along the strap. With your other hand pull and hold the back side of the loop while you are sliding the metal piece to adjust. Make sure to adjust the size of the loop as you are changing the length of the strap to avoid the metal piece coming completely off the strap.


Make sure the Flex Strap is the appropriate length before beginning an exercise. To change the overall length, adjust each nylon strap separately. Check that you adjust both sides equally, so the elastic always stays in the middle of the Flex Strap.


Helps improve:


  • Middle / centre splits
  • Arabesque
  • Leg mounts
  • Hamstrings
  • Shoulder flexibility
  • Splits


Keep in mind:  The shorter the nylon straps are the more challenging the exercise will be. So start with the strap longer than you need and slowly adjust it to be smaller, to find the right resistance for you.

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