Amazon Price: N/A $49.95 (as of January 20, 2019 10:39 am –
Wearable Wrist Weights for arm toning. Tone arms, burn calories, build core strength. Exercise in style with sleek, comfortable, waterproof and adjustable wrist weights designed to maximize your workout. Always comfortable – easily adjustable weights. Easily add or remove the stainless steel weighted pegs to start as low as 2 ounces and go up to 1 lb weight. Heavy enough to add resistance to any exercise, light enough to wear throughout the day. Great for home exercise or at the gym. Perfect for sports and exercise as they are durable, odor free, and stay snug on wrist. May be worn under clothes but attractive enough that you won't need to. Used by physical therapists and for rehabilitation therapy. Use arm weights for walking, running, yoga, Pilates, barre, dance, HIIT, martial arts, aqua or pool exercises, cheerleading, gymnastics, sports, and tennis. Arm weights for women, men, and children. Pick your color and size!
- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 1.8 x 0.5 inches ; 1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- ASIN: B076CR4TFS
I went for it anyway and I’m very glad I did
33 people found this helpful
I was hesitant about these at first, the weight and the discretion mostly, maybe they weren’t worth the $45 and I was wasting my money. I went for it anyway and I’m very glad I did. I’ve been wearing these all day every day for 5 weeks and I really have noticed a difference. Firstly, the weight. I bought the small size because I didn’t want to look like a total weirdo, but I was worried because can a 1/2 lb really do anything for you?. I thought maybe everyone else was twig-armed soccer moms with desk jobs and that’s why it worked for them. I’m a stronger woman, I work in a warehouse, I use a 14lb bowling ball regularly, so I thought maybe these wouldn’t be for me. I will say they do work. I wear them everywhere and don’t even notice them anymore, but I can feel it in my arms and I can see them toning up. It just adds to the simple things you already do that you don’t even think about, like carrying your coffee mug or doing your makeup or driving your car.. Secondly, the discretion. Obviously this is a MUCH better option than my mom’s old jazzercise wrist weights, but what else could they be? They can’t look like NORMAL jewelry surely..
Very comfortable and adjustable
45 people found this helpful
My grandfathers rheumatoid doctor recommended we get him some adjustable wrist weights to help with his tremors in his hands. After countless hours of searching, and mainly finding big, bulky ones that would irritate and damage his skin, I came across these Toneybands. They look like a watch, are made of medical grade silicone and stainless steel weights that you can adjust easily by pulling out, or putting in however many you need, up to 1 pound each. My Gran and Papa both say they are comfortable, and that they like the easy watch type band. He’s been using them whenever he eats or drinks and they’ve made a huge difference, diminishing the shaking he usually has. He no longer has to fight to get utensils to his mouth, and he doesn’t spill his drinks anymore!! I know these are advertised as workout gear but if you have someone in your family that suffers from hand tremors I HIGHLY recommend getting them a set of these! The owner replies to any questions promptly and makes sure their customers are satisfied with their product, and they come with a cute carry case for them as well. Definitely a 5+ star product!!
9 people found this helpful
As a passionate fitness instructor Im always looking for new trends and gadgets to enhance my class programming for me and my students. When I was introduced to Tone-y-bands I love the way it looked and feel – pretty fashionable and comfortable. Then when I used them in all my classes UAUUU!!! Pilates / Dance /Running /Aqua/ Cardio conditioning truly added that extra punch it says you will feel. I burn at least 15% more calories in each class. Its heavy enough to add resistance (which is adjustable) to maximize intensity but light enough to wear without injury throughout the entire workout. I truly recommended, all my students love them.
Autism – useful for Occupational Therapy
3 people found this helpful
Have you thought about marketing these to the autism / OCcupational Therapy community? My son has fine motor issues – and we are using the bands during sessions to build upper body / wrist / arm strength. Another friends son is wearing them on his ankles – building strength, awareness of his feet (autism kids tend to float or tip toe walk). Love to see a version that can be worn like a glove on the back of the hand / holes for fingers — again to work hand muscles. Thanks! Kellie
The concept behind these bands is great, I just have a few issues with them
13 people found this helpful
The concept behind these bands is great, I just have a few issues with them. The weight is barely noticeable for people who work out. I ordered the large ones and find them a bit bulky but still not heavy. The price is another issue I have with these. I would order a second pair because I don’t think the product packs enough weight as is, but due to its price I decided not to. As a concept it’s great, but the weight and price are an issue for me.
good item hope can use with more weight
2 people found this helpful
I was hoping to get them in a colorful band but only color available for the weight I wanted was black, which is OK. I haven’t been using them long enough to see results yet, I use them while working out and they get quite slippery with the sweat, I have small wrists and they kind of slip down. I’m hoping that we’ll have options to just buy extra “weight sticks” as they are not too cheap and wouldn’t want to just put these on the side.