WeckMethod Resistance Bands

Regular price $14.95 + Free Shipping & Online Training

WeckMethod Resistance Bands are made from high-quality rubber that provides the Limit Force Elastic Resistance you need to maximize the power of Compression Strength Training™. 

WeckMethod Coiling Core Training™ Band is available in Standard 1/2" width and Advanced 1" width.  Length is approximately 44"

WeckMethod Compression Strength Training™ Band is available in 2" width and 3" width.  Length is approximately 44".


Coiling Core Training™ is a concentrated form of rotational training that gets to the very essence of rotational power and produces immediate carryover to improved strength and speed. 

This means you can use Coiling Core Training™  to prime your body before other lifts - and before performance. 

What is “the Coiling Core”?

The Core Coils when the torso side bends in combination with counter-rotation of the shoulders and hips.  Coiling the Core maximizes the speed, power, efficiency, and safety of rotation.

Without side bending - counter-rotation of the torso is actually a “twisting” motion (which is both weak and stressful to the spine). 

You can feel your Core Coil when you throw a ball for example.  If you try to throw something without side bending your torso, you will immediately feel just how weak and awkward it is to rotate without Coiling.


“Coiling Core Training is an ‘every athlete, every session’ modality at Cal Poly.  It is a fundamental part of our strength and conditioning program.”

-----Chris Holder Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Cal Poly 


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All WeckMethod Resistance bands are 44 inches in length.

Resistance by size:

1/2 - 30 lbs of resistance
1-inch - 60 lbs of resistance
2-inch - 120 lbs of resistance
3-inch - 180 lbs of resistance

Limit Force Elastic Training involves stretching WeckMethod resistance bands and or compressing of inflatable balls such as the Bosu elite. This training is typically done in two forms... short or long duration isometric holds. Short duration holds held out our perceived limit allow us to effectively prime or warm up for a situation with limited damage or energy expenditure on the body. While Long duration isometric holds can be used to strengthen and fortify postures.

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