BRS User Guide
Welcome To The Bionic Resistance Shorts Training System. Enter, One Of The Most Revolutionary Fitness Product Ever Conceived!
What Comes With Your BRS?
- (1) 100% High Quality Nylon Shorts
- (2) High Quality 100% Latex Resistance Bands For Legs (Guaranteed to withstand any workout during use without breaking, when used according to the user guide)
- (1) 10 pound, short, medium or large leg band.
- (1) 25 pound short, medium or large leg band.
- Leg band length is determined by the size of your shorts.
- (4) 100% High Quality Latex Resistance Bands For Arms (Guaranteed to withstand any workout during use without breaking, when used according to the user guide)
Lifespan of each resistance band has an average of 20,000 stretches under moderate use or about 200 workouts.
- (2) 10 pound arm bands.
- (2) 25 pound arm bands.
- (2) Nylon Arm Belts That Fasten With Velcro.
How to put on your shorts and attach resistance bands?
- For best results, put on a pair of compression shorts under your BRS.
- Pull up BRS like regular shorts, zip up zipper, and fasten waist belt to comfort level. BRS goes on in less than 30 seconds.
- Fasten leg belts to comfort level, which must be threaded through the four d rings situated by rear leg cushions. This locks the BRS in place to prevent riding up during upper body exercises.
- Connect leg resistance band or bands of your choice for leg resistance.
- Connect arm belts and desired arm resistance bands.
- #13 Attachment for resisted runs, vertical resistance, pulling sleds, parachutes, resisted pushups, and shoulder extensor exercises
- #15: Rear cushion to reduce pressure from the resistance bands on legs
- Compression boosters (4 leg belts /2 on each leg) stabilize shorts during overhead exercises, and prevent shorts from riding up.
Understanding your BRS.
- Short Bands (Arms)
- Attach to arm belts for hands free exercises or to hold in hands
- Attach to 11 for upper body exercises like biceps curls, triceps extensions deltoid raises, and shoulder extensions
2. Long Bands (Legs).
For Legs, Attach 6 to 10; 5 to 9 and so forth. Behinds the legs primarily.
Overhead arm exercises should be attached at 1 and 2 with longer leg bands
- Hand wash is the best way to clean the BRS. Cold water with gentle detergent. This method maintains the life of the material the longest. To hand wash, dip shorts into soapy cold water two to three times, then dip into clean water two to three times to rinse. Make sure all Velcro straps are fastened with no Velcro exposed because the coarse part of the Velcro will degrade the nylon upon separation. Hang to dry in the shade or sun for quick dry, ideally on a clothes hanger via arm d rings. To expedite the process, roll damp, not soaking BRS in a dry towel while applying pressure to transfer moisture or place in the spin cylce of a washing machine, then hang dry.
- Machine wash in gentle, short cycle with cold water. Hang dry in the shade or in the sun for quick dry. Make sure all Velcro straps are fastened with no Velcro exposed because the coarse part of the Velcro will degrade the nylon upon separation. Hang to dry in the sun or shade, ideally on a clothes hanger via arm d rings.
- Use a maximum of 50 lbs. resistance bands on the bottom and top d rings. Use a maximum of 25 lbs. resistance bands on the two middle d rings.
- Always wear compression shorts (lycra, Spandex, etc.) under the BRS.
- Always use bottom d rings first when adding leg resistance.
- Always keep the Velcro fastened when in use or not in use, so the coarse part of the Velcro does not come in contact with the nylon or neoprene. Velcro will degrade the materials upon separation.
- Always wear the appropriate size BRS because they are size specific. It should be a snug fit.
- Do not tighten Velcro straps on arms and legs to the point where it restricts circulation. Adjust to comfort level.
- Do not store in direct sun or heat
- Do not store while damp, dry storage only
- Do not pull on the shorts or horizontal nylon straps when pulling shorts up; pull only on the vertical, side nylon straps.
- Do not rub the BRS against abrasive materials or surfaces.
- Do not place in a dryer
- Do not iron or expose to direct heat.
- Replace any band that looks dry and cracked or has visible cuts and abrasions.
- Do not apply force in the opposite direction of which D rings are facing
- Do not bleach
- The BRS is like any other fitness equipment. It can cause injury if used improperly.
- Remain hydrated during workouts because neoprene induces additional sweat.
- Users should start with the lowest resistance first, and gradually increase to determine whether the resistance selected is adequate and appropriate for thier fitness level.
- Like any other fitness product, If injury occurs while use, stop immediately and consult a physician.
- If you have unusually large thighs or hips, buy one size up.
- Do not wash resistance bands. Exposing bands to chlorine in pool water or salt in sea water will corrode bands, causing them to break.