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We had a chance to check out Spiderbands last month at an edi­tor event for an ac­ces­sory brand. We en­joyed the method and had to find out more about it. Cre­ated by Franci Co­hen, a group ex­er­cise in­struc­tor, and fit­ness ex­pert for over two decades, she launched Spiderbands, in Novem­ber 2017 in New York City within one of NYCs fit­ness hubs - Union Square.

After years of im­ple­ment­ing sci­ence-based the­o­ries into her fit­ness prac­tice, Franci re­al­ized that the most ef­fi­cient way to burn max­i­mum calo­ries and sculpt lean mus­cle in record time, with­out any im­pact to the joints, would be to cre­ate an ap­pa­ra­tus that lever­ages body weight with a buoy­ancy that al­lows one to draw more from their in­ner strength, get­ting faster and bet­ter re­sults, all while fly­ing high (lit­er­ally) and hav­ing fun! There are six kinds of classes that are of­fered at Spiderbands: Spi­derkix (ae­rial con­cepts and in­ver­sions en­gage mus­cles ig­nored by tra­di­tional kick­box­ing classes - it's also "gloves off"), Spi­der Jump­strike (com­bin­ing Spiderbands, box­ing, kick­box­ing and mini tramp), Spi­der­dome (this class com­bines Spiderbands with uti­liz­ing the re­ac­tive sur­face of the bosu), Sig­na­ture Spiderbands (a sin­gle fo­cus class where you work with just the Spiderbands solely), Spi­der Cir­cuit (a straight for­ward cir­cuit work­out that in­cludes burpees, jump­ing jacks, squats, and all the sta­ples with an added Spi­der twist), and Ath­letic Fly (the com­bi­na­tion of ath­letes and hand-standers come to­gether in an un­prece­dented ath­letic acro class which uses ba­sic ac­ro­batic foun­da­tions that builds a high in­ten­sity car­dio com­bi­na­tion while you jump, flip and fly).

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