When it comes to building more muscle, it is important to continue to lift heavier weights. With more resistance, your muscles endure more tears in their fibers so that they can rebuild and get stronger. Performing reps until you feel fatigue in the muscles you are trying to target is the goal. One product that can help with this is our original the Cuff® wrist and ankle weights.
The Cuff® wrist and ankle weights are an ideal addition to any form of exercise, whether that be physical therapy, running, walking, biking, cardio, aerobics, fitness training, yoga, Pilates, dance or just doing chores around the house. These flexible weights contour around your wrists or ankles and strap on with a snug fit so that you do not have to worry about them falling off you. The main reason you would get cuff weights is to add resistance to standard exercises for deeper workouts that have more impact. This can help you reach your strength goals faster.
These flexible weights are offered 20 color-coded ankle and wrist weights ranging from 0.25 lbs. all the way up to 25 lbs., making them perfect for all strength levels. This huge selection gives you the option to slowly increase your resistance. Once you don’t feel as much fatigue and the weight feel lighter, you can upgrade every pound or half pound. There are multiple sets offered, which lets you choose the amount of weights you are comfortable with. Buying a 5-piece or 7-piece set would last you a while. You can use these cuff weights on their own while you workout or pair them with other exercise equipment. The Cuff® weights make customizing your workout easy.
There are other outside factors that help increase muscle mass but the ability to easily upgrade to heavier weights is definitely an important factor. The Cuff® weights give you the ability to increase your resistance as much as you want and allows you to exercise how you want. With so many weights to choose from, you can customize your workout experience and gain muscle fast.
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Article written by William Graves.