Experience the transformative benefits of passive hanging with the expertly designed Bob and Brad Hanging Handles. Developed by seasoned physical therapists, this innovative tool offers a comprehensive solution for decompressing the thoracic and lumbar spine while addressing shoulder pain arising from impingement. Through effortless installation, these handles empower you to unlock a range of exercises that promote shoulder flexibility, core stability, and overall strength.
Elevate your self-care routine with the all-inclusive kit, featuring wall anchors, clips, handles, and mounting hardware. With a capacity to support up to 275 lbs. each, these handles assure both durability and reliability. From full back stretches to core strengthening and grip enhancement, embrace versatile exercises that target multiple areas including the back, shoulders, and arms. Elevate your wellness journey with the Bob and Brad Hanging Handles – a gateway to improved posture, stability, and a revitalized sense of physical vitality.
Hanging Handles by Bob and Brad
Bob & Brad Hanging Handles
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Versatile Exercise Options
Perform various exercises, including full back stretches, mid- and low-back stretches, core strengthening, shoulder stretches, grip strengthening, as well as back, shoulder, and arm strengthening exercises
Each Hanging Handle is designed to withstand a weight capacity of 275 lbs., ensuring durability and stability during your workouts
The all-in-one kit includes wall anchors, clips, handles, and mounting hardware, along with an insert featuring assembly instructions and exercise recommendations
Easy Installation and Use
Effortlessly set up and utilize the Hanging Handles to perform exercises that decompress the thoracic and lumbar spine, and enhance shoulder health and range of motion
Passive hanging designed by physical therapists helps decompress the thoracic and lumbar spine and can aid in treating shoulder pain caused by impingement, while regular hanging exercises promote grip strength, shoulder stability, core stability, and improved posture