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BandBell Bamboo Bar
Strength • Rehab • Maintenance  
BandBell Bamboo Bar  
Item# BB2395 Weight - 5 lbs 7 oz.
Mini Bands not inlcuded with bar.
 
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(Ohio Residents also pay
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Total Cost - $314.00
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The Bamboo Bar is the dynamic bar that enlists entire muscle groups requiring complete focus and control.
 

The most significant innovation in strength, rehab and flexibility in 50 years.
76 inches long and weighs 5 pounds 4 ounces
Made of specially-designed composite resin
The Bandbell is a revolution in shoulder and elbow rehabilitation, because you are forced to use stabilizer muscles as the weights shifts
Good for Rehab, Prehab, Powerlifting and Sport Specific movements


Bandbell Bamboo Bar
Patent Pending #11941660

Today’s Bandbell Bamboo Bar, the one being sold and used all over America by professional sports teams, college athletic programs and powerlifters everywhere, is an ongoing story about the evolution of a truly remarkable training concept. What started out in 2006 as a collaborative effort between Lou and Jim Seitzer has evolved through five prototypes to become the incredibly strong, kinetic-energy dynamo that it is today. This unique, hand-made Bar weighing 5 pounds 7 ounces can routinely handle weights up to 200 lbs everyday - all day long. And it does its job with the utmost precision: conducting and targeting kinetic energy to the shoulders, elbows, biceps and lower back to heal and strengthen stabilizing muscles and allow for healthy joint function.

The fiberglass center-section of the Bar was specially designed by engineers to be incredibly strong, yet efficient enough to conduct the healing energy generated by just a 10 pound weight. This makes the Bandbell Bamboo Bar the most sophisticated rehab tool available for post-op surgery patients and newly-injured joint sufferers. But, for powerlifters and everyday workout enthusiasts, the benefits are simply amazing. The Bar literally bullet-proofs the joint by building maximum strength, balance and, above all, flexibility like no other piece of equipment on earth. This makes it the number one ‘go-to’ apparatus for preventative injury training or prehab.

How to Properly Load the Bamboo Bar to Get the Most Healing Kinetic Energy out of the Movements
When first using the Bamboo Bar it best to start with a light weight of about 10 pounds on each side (20 pounds total plus the bar). The weights are held on by 41" Mini Bands (sold separately - See Mini Bands below.). As you progress in stabilizing the bar, instead of loading more weight on the Mini Bands it would be best to add another pair of Mini Bands with a 10 pound weight to each side (40 pounds total plus the bar).. That's because you are increasing the kinetic energy making it more difficult to stabilize the bar thereby more strongly affecting the stabilizers ( ie: rotator cuff) of the surrounding joint structure. As you progress even further in your ability to stabilize the Bamboo Bar throughout the movement you want to add a third set on Mini Bands with a 10 pound weight to each side (60 pounds plus the bar). This will increase the kinetic energy thereby increasing the difficulty of stabilizing the Bamboo Bar which will further strengthen the entire joint structure. Once you reach the level of three Mini Bands with proper form throughtout the movement, you can now add more weight to each Mini Band until you reach a level that is comfortable for you not exceeding 200 pounds.

Importance of Loading for Maximum Kinetic Energy
While the Mini Bands can hold up to 50 pounds never load them over 35 pounds. Adding over 35 pounds to the Mini Band reduces the bar's ability to create kinetic energy. That is why it is better to add more Mini Bands with smaller loads to create more kinetic energy. Watch the video
BandBell Getting Started below on learning advanced techniques on how to create even more kinetic energy.
CAUTION: When loading plates or kettlebells offset the bar on the bench and EVENLY load the weight on each side, or bar will disrupt and flip. See video below
BandBell Getting Started on how to properly and safely load the Bamboo Bar.

Mini Bands
To properly use the bar you will need 41" Mini Bands. Do not get the Monster Mini or Super Mini Bands as they produce less kinetic energy. If you can't find them locally at your fitness or sporting goods stores you can purchase them online. Just Google 41 inch Mini Bands.

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BandBell Rehab
BandBell Rehab 2  
Louie Simmons - Advanced Shoulder Rehab Techniques for Longevity and Strength
Bandbell (Bamboo) Bar - Louie Simmons   
Bamboo Bar Bench Press at Westside Barbell
CrossFit - "The Bamboo Bar" with Shane Sweatt and Laura Phelps-Sweatt
Bamboo bar bench press @ Skiba's  
Bamboo Bar DeadLifts
Overhead bandbell press

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BandBell Getting Started
 
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BandBell Rehab
 
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BandBell Rehab 2
 
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Louie Simmons - Advanced Shoulder Rehab Techniques for Longevity and Strength
 
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Bandbell (Bamboo) Bar - Louie Simmons
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Bamboo Bar Bench Press at Westside Barbell
 
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CrossFit - "The Bamboo Bar" with Shane Sweatt and Laura Phelps-Sweatt
 
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Bamboo bar bench press @ Skiba's
 
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Bamboo Bar DeadLifts
 
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Overhead bandbell press
 
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