What are the TheraBand colors?

What are the TheraBand colors?

TheraBand Resistive Exercise Bands are available in eight progressive levels of resistance noted by the Thera-Band trademark color-coded progression: Tan, Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Black, Silver, and Gold. Thera-Band resistive tubing is available in all colors except gold.

Are exercise bands color coded?

Each band is color coded for ease of use. The yellow band offers the lowest resistance. The red band offers medium resistance. The blue band offers the heaviest resistance.

What color TheraBand is the easiest?

Ordered from lightest/easiest to heaviest/hardest:

  • Yellow (lightest)
  • Red (light)
  • Green (light-medium)
  • Blue (medium)
  • Black (heavy)
  • Silver (heaviest)
  • Gold (heaviest)

What is the color code for resistance bands?

Breaking the Code of Resistance Band Colors

Color Resistance Muscle Group
Yellow Thin/Easy/X-Light Shoulders and shins
Red Light Biceps and triceps
Green Medium Legs, Chest & Back
Blue Heavy Legs, Chest & Back*

Is red or green TheraBand stronger?

Red Theraband resistance bands are considered medium to heavy resistance. They have a higher level of tension than green or yellow bands and are harder to stretch. These are the therabands to help work larger muscle groups, such as the legs, chest and back, or for individuals who have been building muscle strength.

How do I choose a TheraBand?

The standard, flat band is typically what people think of when they hear the words “resistance bands”. The bands can be used for a variety of muscle exercises. If you’re looking for more variety, you should try these bands. The TheraBand CLX is a resistance band with loops.

What strength is green TheraBand?

4.6-6.7 lbs
Each band measures 5 Foot long X 5 Inch wide and comes in three color-coded resistance levels: Yellow-3-4.3 lbs.; Red-3.7-5.5 lbs.; Green-4.6-6.7 lbs.

Is Red or green TheraBand stronger?

How do I know which resistance band to use?

Buy a Variety of Bands Most bands are color-coded according to tension level (e.g., light, medium, heavy, very heavy). 3 It’s best to have at least three—light, medium, and heavy—since different muscle groups will require different levels of resistance. A favorite for many exercisers are SPRI bands.

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