Note: This is for an individual floss band.
Introducing Kabuki Strength's newest product in the Anti-Fragile line...our floss bands! This is the lightest version of our Anti-Fragile floss band line, coming in at 1.0mm thick and 2" wide - it's perfect for providing medium to heavy compression on any joint or tissue. Don't be fooled by "regular", if you crank these bad boys, it can be quite a large amount of compressive force.
Our band can be an essential performance tool in your gym bag. For athletes and practitioners looking to restore range of motion, proper joint mechanics, or simply aid in the recovery of injuries - the Anti-Fragile band is a proven method by which all these things can be accomplished. The use of this band goes hand-in-hand with our KMS philosophy - that is of correction under and via movement. You can use these bands while performing movements, and in fact we recommend this method of use.
Specifications (for an individual band):
Could this be used for blood flow restriction training? Such as 4 sets of curls at the end of an upper body session?
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Sizing is based on Next Level Fitted T sizing chart.
First thing - make sure you click the red link above and read the full product writeup! The Transformer Bar is practically 3 bars in one. Using the first lever height, the bar's mechanics act identically to a Duffalo Bar and allows for a similar squat movement pattern as a regular bar. The Transformer Bar also acts like a regular cambered bar, and of course it is a fully adjustable Safety Squat Bar (SSB) with an industry-first adjustable camber angle and lever height. It allows the lifter to control the height of the camber (4 different settings) as well as the angle (variable by 30 degrees all the way around).
|Bar Weight||44 LB|
16" Loadable Area
87.5" (Total Bar)
55" (Center Bar)
|Steel Type||195 KSI Steel|
|Assembly||Comes fully assembled|
|Pad||High-density foam (30kg/m3) + Synthetic Leather Cover|
|Manufactured||United States of America (Portland, Oregon)|
The weight horn also allows for 4 camber heights. The first one (A) allows for a position similar to a straight bar on your back (due to the height of the pad, the center of the sleeve in position A almost aligns with the center of the center bar). In combination with the 12 camber angles, these 4 heights allow for a total of 36 different positions on the bar. Name one other bar that can be used 36 different ways in a single movement like the squat?
This feature is the bread-and-butter of the Transformer Bar. A proprietary 12-angle bracket allows for 360 degrees of variation (30 degree increments) in angle of the weight relative to the lifter. Why did we do this? So the bar could be used as both a regular cambered bar, and a safety squat bar while still allowing for lifters to experiment and train in ways they’ve never been able to before! Here at the Lab we are constantly experimenting different, more extreme positions of the Transformer Bar and will share with all users what we discover. For now, be aware that you can have a bar in your possession that allows for functions and training methods previously impossible – so be careful and tread wisely! It’s an exiting bar and who knows what uses and methodologies we’ll discover in the future utilizing this bar!
We machine-knurled and bent the handles for maximum comfort and performance. Knurl as deep as the best deadlift bars and a natural curve to allow for and promote maximum lat engagement and core stiffness. Unlike many specialty bar handles of this type, the Transformer Bar has a multi-angle bend in the handle to allow for a comfortable, stable, and powerful position on the lifter’s back and shoulders. Think about it, the shoulders/traps/back area where the bar sits (a specialty bar, not a straight bar) is typically not a flat surface…so why should the bar pad/handles be flat? Short and long answer – they shouldn’t. Almost every user who tries the Transformer Bar for the first time comments on how comfortable and stable the bar feels on their back.
We source the highest density and most durable foam (30kg/m3) that would still allow for a comfortable position on the lifters back. The foam we use is custom cut in-house to fit snuggly into the hand-stitched synthetic leather pad covers we had produced. No carpet underlayer here folks (those with other safety bars will understand). The material choice for the pad cover we feel is the best mix of reliability, aesthetics, comfort, and price that we can offer on this bar. Stay tuned for a genuine leather version to drop as well!
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