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    wrist straps to hook to exercise bands

    I'm a quadriplegic looking for wrist straps to hook to exercise bands. I have limited hand function an was hoping to find adapted straps that I could put on by myself. Any suggestions on where I can find this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellegaubert View Post
    I'm a quadriplegic looking for wrist straps to hook to exercise bands. I have limited hand function an was hoping to find adapted straps that I could put on by myself. Any suggestions on where I can find this?
    http://www.activehands.com

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    same problem here.
    I've found these weight lifting hooks on eBay at a very affordable price. I can put them on myself. Have a look !
    http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Weight-Liftin...UAAOSwm0hZ1hKu
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    I carry exactly what you need at Indemedical.com only $59.99 in stock and free shipping. Here's the link https://www.indemedical.com/Active-H...ir_p_3340.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by robotnik View Post
    same problem here.
    I've found these weight lifting hooks on eBay at a very affordable price. I can put them on myself. Have a look !
    http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Weight-Liftin...UAAOSwm0hZ1hKu
    Similar ones inexpensively from Walmart: https://www.walmart.com/ip/RDX-PRO-G...&wl13=&veh=sem

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    I use the ankle straps that came with the resistance band set from Amazon. You can buy the set for $20.99 or the ankle straps for $19.99. (Prices don't make any sense.)

    This link should show the set and the ankle strap.
    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_s...d=KPX850YWV19A

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    I also use the Black Mountain resistance bands. If you have a quad hook grip you can use that with the padded handles. I also use the ankle strap on my wrist depending on what I am doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by tprewitt View Post
    I use the ankle straps that came with the resistance band set from Amazon. You can buy the set for $20.99 or the ankle straps for $19.99. (Prices don't make any sense.)

    This link should show the set and the ankle strap.
    https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_s...d=KPX850YWV19A

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