Why is "Grip Free Lifting" important?
Flexsolate's Grip-Free approach to exercise has been scientifically proven to assist in isolating targeted muscles during exercise, by more than 400%, while eliminating the use of non-targeted secondary muscles by more than 8 times. By reducing the use of secondary, non-targeted muscles, we enable targeted muscles to fatigue properly.
Are Flexsolate Cuffs like conventional lifting straps?
There is no similarity. Conventional straps require gripping and the old "pulling method" must be employed. With Flexsolate Cuffs, the pulling method is changed to a pushing technique that allows for the Direct Isolation of the muscles being addressed.
How are the Flexsolate Cuffs used?
Please refer to the instructions and workout section of our website for this information.
Being a woman, if I work out with weights, resistance bands, or machines, won't I get bulky?
No. Most women's bodies do not produce enough testosterone to be concerned about becoming too muscular. A committed bodybuilder can expect to put on between one and two pounds of muscle a year if workouts and diet are done properly. An average women training to stay fit and using a good diet, can expect to put on one half that amount. Remember too, as you put on muscle, you burn fat!
What types of equipment can the Cuffs be used on?
Flexsolate Cuffs can be used with virtually any type of equipment on the market today including bars, cable machines, pulley based equipment, barbells, and resistance bands.
How many days a week should I work out and how many times should I work each body part?
You can train as little as 2 days to as much as 4 days per week. However, you should only work each body part once per week for optimal growth and recovery.
Where can I purchase Flexsolate Products?
Visit your favorite sporting goods store and ask for them by name. If they do not have them, ask them to order them for you. You can also purchase directly from our website. See the product page for more information.