Functional Patterns Mobility Bands

The essential performance tool for every type of athlete or fitness professional

The Functional Patterns mobility and recovery bands are an essential performance tool for every type of athlete or fitness professional. Mobility bands offer a wide range of applications when rehabbing injuries, decreasing swelling or increasing over mobility and range of motion.  The mobility and recovery bands allow for full compression around the entire joint or muscle and are perfect for elbows, knees, hips, ankles, shoulders and more. The mobility and recovery bands help to decrease soreness and loss of motion after exercises, helps to reduce swelling associated with injuries, restores normal joint range of motion by breaking up scar tissue, and helps with revascularization.  

 We offer two mobility band sizes; the thicker the band, the more compression! 

  1. Black (Medium) Mobility Band measures .051" Thick x 2" Wide x 7' Long.
  2. Red (Heavy) Mobility Band measures .060" Thick x 2" Wide x 7' Long. 

Don’t skip workouts or lose time training due to injuries you can treat yourself. Grab a pair of the Functional Patterns mobility and recovery bands today and get back to work.

Bands are 100% Natural Latex and are over 99.9% free of soluble proteins (latex allergens). If you have a sensitivity to latex, purchase and use this product with caution.

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Every tool has their application

Great for creating instant pliability at a targeted area of the body. This tool can be used to improve function at any joint in the body, making it extremely versatile. A tremendous compliment to MyoFascial Release and other Functional Patterns protocols.

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