The FLEXVIT Difference

FLEXVIT Resistance Bands are designed, developed, and manufactured in Germany under OEKO-TEK® standards for best-in-class comfort, quality, and versatility; and combined with snap-resistant technology to make snapping, rolling, and generally
uncomfortable bands a thing of the past.

Almost tear-proof and can be washed at 60ºC.

FLEXVIT Mini Bands

FLEXVIT Resist Bands


FLEXVIT Multi Anchor

FLEXVIT Revolve Bands

FLEXVIT Multi Bands


FLEXVIT Door Anchor

Functional Band Training 
In The Plam Of Your Hand

“Daily 7”

These are exercises based on seven basic movement patterns, which are based on the typical patterns of motor ontogenesis (the development from birth to walking upright).

All human movements can be reduced to these movement patterns, and you will immediately find them (in combination or variation) in your everyday life – for example, when you pick something up, have to carry it, sit down and stand up, and so on.

“Daily 7” concept was created with the idea that you should train each of these movement patterns at least once every day. So ultimately at least 7 exercises per (training) day.


Daily 7 Concept and FLEXVIT

FLEXVIT bands offer the necessary or desired support (assisted resistance) or additional resistance (resisted) for almost every exercise – as well as lots of variety and fun. They also offer the following advantages:

✔ The training and the build-up of resistance take place independently of gravity, i.e. when you pull “out of yourself”.

✔ FLEXVIT bands are very lightweight – so you can “take the workout with you everywhere”.

✔ The resistance can be developed in all directions and is therefore functional, i.e. “real and suitable for everyday use”

✔ FLEXVIT bands can be used excellently as a “learning aid”, namely to facilitate an exercise when learning the movement

The Daily 7 exercises can and should, in order to make the training varied and challenging, be constantly modified and varied, e.g. by choosing:

  • a different band (different category and/or strength),
  • the speed of movement and number of repetitions
  • a different starting position (standing, kneeling, sitting, lying, single-leg stand etc)

However, the following rule always applies: The quality of the movement always comes first. Only increase the training load with additional or greater resistance when the movement can be performed correctly.

Compared to Other Forms of
Fitness Equipment