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Why exercise is essential


Added 13 March 2019


One of the products featured in the TheraBand Professional line, the CLX Consecutive Loops resistance bands, deliver versatility and ease of use that change how people experience exercise and rehab. (GP)

It is essential to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, yet adding and keeping an active exercise routine is often challenging with our increasingly busy schedules. Experts agree that the average person will site diminished motivation as a chief offender when trying to stay active and also note this is best addressed through an exercise routine that offers diversity, results and is easy to execute.

This is why the introduction of the TheraBand Professional series to the local market has already captured the interest of athletes, fitness and exercise enthusiasts and through supplier Carib Rehab, anyone of almost any age can amp up their workout game.

Widely known as the island’s leading supplier for rehabilitation and home care products, Carib Rehab highlighted the virtues of the TheraBand line for physical rehabilitation. Limitless movements, fluidity and range of activity were some of the key points for the brand which includes the TheraBand XactStretch Kinesiology Tape known for its ability to reduce pain and provide support to muscles and joints.

The old adage ‘prevention is better than cure’ should not be forgotten though and persons were encouraged not to think of the products solely for rehab, instead think of TheraBand as an easy enhancement to any exercise routine for beginners to experts for increased versatility and strength.

TheraBand CLX Consecutive Loops deliver versatility and ease of use that changes how people experience exercise and rehab. It's all in the loops, which are versatile, simple, and inspiring. In a 2015 study, users sampled preferred CLX by 96% over traditional resistance bands. And according to multiple studies, the elastic resistance used in TheraBand CLX Consecutive Loops is equivalent to weight training in strength curve, muscle activation, perceived exertion, and strength gain!

TheraBand Pro Series SCP Exercise Balls are high-quality, slow-deflate and used to carry out various forms of Exercise to improve body posture, cardio endurance, strength, and balance. They can also be used to reduce or prevent back pain caused by muscle imbalance and a weak core, mainly by targeting movements like push-ups, planks, and sit-ups on an unstable surface. Each exercise ball comes with two plugs and an inflation adapter. Yellow, Red, Green and Blue Balls also come with the TheraBand Exercise Ball Guide.


TheraBand Professional Latex Resistance Bands help users rehabilitate injuries, improve functional living, enhance athletic performance, and makes measuring progress and achieving goals for fitness or therapy easy. The resistance bands are easy-to-use, convenient, portable, and are an effective alternative to free weights and weight machines. They can be used in the clinic, at home, or on-the-go. They are available in 8 colour-coded levels of progressive resistance, giving at-a-glance documentation of progress from one level to the next and allows the user to progress as they get stronger.


The TheraBand Roller Massager+ is a versatile tool for self-massage. With its rigid design and durable handles, it's easy to target sore and tight muscles post activity and during warm-ups. Achieve an at-home deep tissue massage with just the right amount of pressure that you can control. Healthcare professionals recommend this self-massage body maintenance tool for runners, cyclists, and those looking to increase flexibility and range of motion. Don't risk impairing your performance or comfort levels by pushing through stiff muscles and knots. The TheraBand Roller Massager+ is the ideal self-massaging tool for maintaining your healthy, active lifestyle.       

TheraBand XactStretch Kinesiology Tape is the secret used by Olympians, elite athletes, dedicated high school players and sports medicine professionals. Research proves kinesiology tape can help all people work better and play harder by reducing pain and providing support to sore muscles and joints. While other sports tape may limit the range of motion and doesn't stretch properly with the body, TheraBand Kinesiology Tape is different. The makers have solved one of the biggest mysteries regarding stretch on application by creating XactStretch Technology and placing the indicators right on the tape, allowing experts and beginners to apply with the prescribed amount of stretch right for them. This scientifically-designed indicator helps ensure tape stays stuck to help you move better, play better, and heal better. TheraBand Kinesiology Tape can be worn up to 5 days and in a 2016 study was proven to outperform KT Tape Pro and Kinesio Tex Gold over the same 5 day period.







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