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Care & Cautionary Notes


Just a Few Words of CAUTION!


  • This product is made of latex, do not use if you have a latex allergy!

  • If you have an existing medical condition have any history of injuries or suffer from high blood pressure it would be wise to check with your doctor, physiotherapist or your qualified personal trainer/coach, who may refer you to your doctor, before you begin your regular exercise routine with your new Dyna-Band®.

  • Please check that the Dyna-Band is in good order before using it. A good tip is to stretch the product in such a way that if it fails, it will snap away from the face


SAFETY WARNING When not in use keep your Dyna-Band® away from babies and young children

Tips on the use and care of your Dyna-Band®

  • The Dyna-Band® is made of latex which is an organic natural substance and will break down and deteriorate after a while, therefore should be protected from extreme temperatures, chemicals, perfumes, sweat and moisture which may cause increased deterioration.

  • Abrasions from grit/stones in shoes, rough flooring/surfaces and jewellery may create small tears in the rubber and this increases the risk of the rubber tearing.

  • Storing the products properly will help prolong the life of the product. Dyna-Bands should be laid flat and dusted with talcum powder from time to time. This prevents the rubber from sticking together when it is warm and will ease the process of tying & untying the band.

  •  When tying your Dyna-Band® use a loose knot or half bow so that it can be quickly and easily untied.  Do not use fingernails to untie! Alternatively use our Dyna-Band clip instead of a knot.

  • Whenever possible, while exercising, try to maintain the natural width of the Dyna-Band®.  This will prevent the Dyna-Band® from sliding up the legs or digging into the hands.

  • Men should wear high enough socks to prevent the Dyna-Band® from pulling at leg hair.

Dyna-Band® can be used to improve the fitness and strength of all ages and abilities, just find the right coloured band for you, from Pink (the easiest) to Grey (the hardest).  The bands can even be combined for added strength!

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