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Fitteroy Resistance Bands Giveaway and Review

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

As you know, I'm limited as to what I am allowed to do by Physical Therapy. And most of my exercises are hip/core exercises, and stretching. Just this last week, my PT added upper body work (that also works the core) by sitting on a swiss ball and using resistance bands. 

Can we say perfect timing? I was given the opportunity to try the Fitteroy Flat Resistance Stretch Bands. They come in three different resistance strengths (Light, Medium, Heavy) and one of the best things for me is that it comes with a door anchor. AWESOME!! 

I have always been a fan of resistance bands because they are so versatile. But when I first tried bands years ago, I was skeptical because honestly they don't look like much do they? I mean, it just looks like a thin piece of stretchy material. I thought What's that gonna do? Well after a few minutes, as my arms were shaking, I realized they can do a lot. :) 

But this is my first experience to ever have a door anchor to be able to use with resistance bands. And it certainly did not disappoint. 

This is actually one of the exercises that PT has me doing - sitting on a swiss ball, core in tight, back straight (and yeah my back is straight my shirt is just floofy) while pulling down on the bands. 

I am extremely pleased with the  Fitteroy Flat Resistance Stretch Bands. I feel they make a great addition to my workout routine. And even when Physical Therapy approves me for more exercises, resistance bands will be a part of my daily routine. Physical therapy started me with using bands from day 1 - so that right there should tell you something. 

And, one of you can get your own set of Fitteroy Flat Resistance Stretch Bands also! Just enter the giveaway tool below. 

Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents, void where prohibited. Must be 18+. Only one entrant per household, per address. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Winner will be contacted via email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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  1. I have used and still have a band - hmmm....maybe I should try it again - loved your review - thank you so much :)

    1. The more I use them the more I find they definitely have a variety of uses. Thanks for reading my review. :)

  2. We love to read together daily and love the Library.

  3. I have used these bands but it has been a long time sure would love to win this one.

    1. These bands have become a great addition to my workouts!

  4. Replies
    1. Thank you! I was able to walk 20 minutes today without pain.. so fingers crossed I continue to improve!

  5. I could really use one of these resistance bands. I have problems with my shoulder and the band would help me in stretching my shoulder and building strength in it.

    1. Yes, I'm using them in PT and I see them using resistance bands with most of their clients.


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