Smart Straps use a series of bodyweight exercises that utilize heavy-duty straps and a pulley system to leverage gravity and resistance.
This type of training covers a lot of ground in your fitness routine. It can improve muscular strength and endurance while even improving joint mobility and flexibility. Because you are constantly working on stability, the exercises engage your core and improve your balance.
What do I do with those straps, anyway?
Have you ever stared at those dangling straps at the gym and wondered what to do with them?
Body weight training using straps can be intimidating to a novice, but we’ve developed our SMART STRAPS product line with our signature self-guided exercises printed directly on the straps for easy reference.
Three Reasons to Try Body Weight Training using our SMART Straps
- It’s an amplified version of your regular body-weight exercises
- It’s accommodating for people of all fitness levels –from novices to elite athletes
- It’s completely portable making it easy to take your workout with you anywhere!
Don’t be deceived by appearance, because you will get a killer workout, and our self-guided product makes it easy to learn!
We’ve made it easy to learn.
12 self-guided exercises printed directly on the straps for easy reference.
No more wrestling with floppy straps; easily place your foot in the pre-formed cuffs either facing down or facing up to perform even more core and leg exercises!
Use the two-door anchors to secure the straps anywhere! Toss over and loop tightly to a pole OR place them over a sturdy door, close, lock and you’re good to go.
Easily adjust strap length by simply tilting the buckle lever and sliding the strap to the desired length; this allows for quick exercise transitions. Match buckle placement on both straps for balanced exercises. Slide the slack manager towards the anchors to hold the excess strap up and out of the way during exercising.
Two individual straps allow for changing anchor widths for desired difficulty levels and different exercises. A neutral spacing for the straps/anchors would be shoulder width apart. To make the movements slightly easier and stable, spread the anchors further apart, so they are wider than neutral. For more instability and a greater challenge, bring the anchors close together.
Use the Strap Connector to join the two Smart Straps together and create free motion dynamic muscle balance and core intensification. This durable connection piece can be tossed over a pole, goal post, monkey bars or tree branch for exercising anywhere.