Serious Steel Assisted Pull-Up, Resistance, and Stretch Bands

Based on 53 reviews

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  • Great for travel
  • Easy to use and store
  • Affordable
  • Not for beginners
  • May need to be replaced periodically


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One time use :(
Today was the first time I used my new bands and it’s already coming apart. Not sure if it was already torn before I started using or if it tore in use. Really disappointed.
Amazon Customer
4 years ago
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A budget-friendly, lightweight, & versatile way to resistance train & stay in shape while traveling.
Serious Steel’s resistance bands are a good option for lightweight travelers who want to improve their strength with minimal investment and added packing weight. Like all other resistance bands, they will need to be replaced intermittently due to loss of elasticity and tears. But for the frugal trav...
Tom Wahlin @ Pack Hacker
4 years ago
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Give resistance bands a try
I opted for these knowing there are much cheaper options, but I believe in the "you get what you pay for" theory in life and I didn't want to risk snapping a band on a $20 set. That said, this review is more about why you should give resistance bands a try in general. They are so can...
3 years ago
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Perfect for Booty Busting exercises like Hip Thrusts and Deadlifts
I've only had this product for a few days, so this review is based on my use during this time. I came across this product on Amazon after I did a search for Sorinex, as those were the bands recommended by Bret Contreras—the "Glute Guy" and foremost expert on glute training. I had never heard of Seri...
7 years ago
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A thick and sturdy band
Great bands. I decided to purchase one band from each of three different companies to compare them and I was totally satisfied with Serious Steel. I ended up getting their blue band, which is relatively thick. It's about as big as a belt. Not a weightlifting belt, but a dress belt. After months and ...
Chris Tucci
6 years ago
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Bands work great for assisted chin-ups / pull-ups
I am a 33 year old male who started using these bands to do assisted chin-ups / pull-ups in February, with body weight in the ballpark of 220lb (6'0"). I've been using a j/fit pull-up bar installed in a door frame. To be clear, I couldn't do a single unassisted chin-up (much less pull-up) to start w...
8 years ago
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One bad not worth the money
One band not worth the money
3 years ago
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love this band! Natural, not slippery.
This is an awesome band. I have been researching loop bands for a while untill i arrived at this one. Most loop bands are slippery on the surface, as such they tend to slip, for example when i do push ups and wrap them around my body. This band feels natural it is not slippery but rather sticky and ...
2 years ago
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Very Poor Quality: Two Separate Tears in Less Than a Month
Never used a Serious Steel band before and this was my first purchase: took a chance as I have a set of 321 Strong bands that have lasted for years and needed an extra one in the 5 - 35 lb range and 321 Strong was out of bought a Serious Steel "equivalent." First, the resistance did n...
3 years ago
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Good one
purchased them to use for warming up, pulling up, working smaller muscles, and for increasing mobility in my ankle after an injury. I bought 2 red bands which are really good for stretching, warmup before weight lifting, and rehab/mobility work.
3 years ago
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Natural Rubber

Sport Type

Exercise And Fitness/Stretching

Unit Count

1 Count