Start training like a pro—and never look back. The BURN180 system has been developed and refined based on real feedback from Professional Athletes—including professional baseball players, professional football players, and professional golfers....
-Take your unit with you everywhere!
-Work your core and balance with every exercise!
-Adjust your resistance up to 180lbs within 1 second!
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Less than 30 seconds to set up. Less than 10 seconds to take down. This is versatility at a whole new level.
The BURN180 system is all centered around our movable, commercial-grade positioning cup. Position your resistance training pretty much anywhere—for specific muscle groups or stabilizer muscles that have a major impact on muscle development and growth.
We've got all the range you need. BURN180 bands can be resistance-adjusted from 10 lbs. to 130 lbs. And for next-level training, you can also purchase additional bands for a maximum resistance of 180 lbs.
Our BURN180 Training System uses only the highest quality products and materials that are "overbuilt" to provide you durability and comfort. Our ankle straps are highly padded with the added use of thick neoprene. Our hand grips are triple stitched and use a handle with texture for increased grip.
Heavyweight mesh carrying bag to make your BURN180 portable so you can take it with you ANYWHERE. With the BURN180 only weighing approx. 7lbs it's easy to take with you and store in your carry-on luggage so you can BURN ANYWHERE.
Don't take our chest expander lightly. It is the perfect "all around trainer," and can be used in many different ways from chest to biceps to hip flexors. Perfect for working out while kicking back watching TV.
Not sure what's possible? We'll show you. BURN180 provides videos targeted on specific muscle groups and sport specific training regimens—all endorsed by our medical training staff of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians and Certified Physical Therapists.
Stand straight and hold onto hand grips, with arms up like you’re guarding a punch. Walk back until you feel a slight tension with the bands. Squeeze glutes and let the fists fall forward while keeping elbows stationary. Bring the fists back up to the forehead.Play Video
Stand straight with feet hip-width apart. Hinge forward and place hand(s) against the wall for balance, keeping a straight back with a stretch in the hamstrings. Bend a leg forward and kick tension back with your heel.Play Video
Stand straight and bend your elbows overhead, keeping your hands aligned with your shoulders and palms facing the ceiling. Squeeze your glutes and push your hands forward, keeping your elbows in place. Bend your elbows back and return to starting position.Play Video
Stand straight with feet hip-width apart and toes forward. Squeeze your glutes and pull your hands up to the beside you while keeping your elbows slightly bent. Slowly lower your hands back down to starting position.Play Video
Stand straight with feet shoulder-width apart. Hinge forward with your hips pushed slightly back, and upper body angled slightly forward. Push hands forward and focus on keeping your hands aligned with your chest. Release the tension by moving elbows backward.Play Video
Stand straight with feet hip-width and toes pointing forward, slightly pointed outward. Push hips back, as if sitting in an invisible chair. Once hips are parallel to the ground, keep your core tight and squeeze the glutes on the way up.Play Video
Stand straight with feet hip-width apart and toes forward. Squeeze your glutes and pull your elbows up and the to the sides while pinching your shoulder blades together. Slowly lower your elbows back down to starting position.Play Video
Stand straight with feet shoulder-width apart. Hinge forward with your hips pushed slightly back, and upper body angled forward to feel tension in hamstrings. Pull elbows back until hand grips go past your waistline and keep shoulder blades pinched back. Release the tension by moving elbows forward.Play Video
Stand straight with feet hip-width apart. Take a healthy step back with one leg before slowly lowering the knee toward the ground without touching floor. Step back up to the beginning position.Play Video
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