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Pilates gym is designed for your personal use.
If you are looking for an affordable gym alternative, this will help you exercise at home or on the go.
Our portable Pilates bar is the ideal solution for busy moms, office workers and students. The shape and tone they want can be solved without expensive training equipment or a gym.
The purpose of Pilates barbell exercise is to improve the balance of the body through the flexibility, consciousness and strength of the heart. Therefore, the focus is on elegant and effective exercise, which expresses individual needs for daily activities.
Material: steel + foam + rubber + nylon.
Single rod: 45 cm.
Assembly length: 91 cm.
Resistance band: 88 cm.
Total weight: 1KG
1. Metal buckle, practical connection, strong and durable.
2. Made of high quality rubber, super elastic, not easy to deform, durable, anti-oxidation, long service life, etc.
3. Very suitable for yoga, stretching, resistance band practice.
4. Nylon foot straps provide a safe place for your feet.
5. Easy to disassemble, easy to store or travel.
Applicable people: male, female, fitness Yoga enthusiasts
Protection: Avoid direct sunlight and scratching of sharp materials
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