We have provided answers to some of our most commonly asked questions:
The proper way to put on either the Lex Loop or the Xercuff® is to step into the middle of the tubing ring with both feet then secure the cuffs to ankles. The rubber tubing should always be on the outside of your ankles.
No, all of our rubber resistance tubings contains latex.
Tubing products should be cleaned using a damp cloth with water and mild soap.
The lifespan of SPRI’s tubing products depends upon the amount of use and proper care. All of SPRI’s products are warrantied for 90 days. SPRI recommends inspecting all tubing products on a regular basis and replacing annually to ensure the best possible performance.
It is recommended that the tubing be stretched no further than 1.5 times its resting length to minimize breakage and ensure the lifespan of the tubing.
Yes, SPRI’s tubing can be used in pools, however it must be rinsed thoroughly in non-chlorinated water and hung to thoroughly dry after each use. In addition, it is recommended that the Xertube® with Sleeve or Braided Xertube® is used in pools with a rough surface bottom.
The Ultra Ball® is made of a slightly heavier, thicker gauge material compared to the Elite Xercise Ball™. Additionally, the Ultra Ball® has a dimpled surface, vs. the smooth surface with ridges of the Elite Xercise Ball™.
The lifespan of SPRI’s stability balls depends upon the amount of use and proper care. All SPRI products are warrantied for 90 days. SPRI recommends inspecting all stability ball products on a regular basis and replacing every 1-2 years to ensure the best possible performance.
The SPRI® Slam Ball is designed to bounce when slammed against surfaces, while the SPRI® Dead Weight Slam Ball does not bounce when slammed.
The FitBags are filled with sand.
The Kettleball is soft and easier on floors, and more comfortable when coming in contact with the body than the Kettlebell.
The 50lb Performance Bag comes complete with one 20lb filler bag and three 10lb filler bags. The 100lb Performance Bag comes with three 20lb filler bags and four 10lb filler bags.
When purchasing a Training Rope take into consideration the length and the diameter of the rope. The length of the rope dictates the overall weight of the rope and the exercise area required. The diameter of the rope also influences the weight of the rope as well as grip size. A 40’ or 45’ long rope X 1 ½” diameter accommodates most and is a great place to start.
A covered rope is designed to wear longer and resist fraying, making it a more durable, longer-lasting rope.
No, both ropes respond and performance equally.
Using SPRI’s Training Rope Anchor Station.
No, the durable vinyl covering is designed to resist wear over time.
The optimal length of the jump rope varies based upon body type. As a rule, if you step on the middle of the rope with both feet hip width apart and extend the rope with handles in hand, the hands should be positioned at approximately chest height.
The number of Kettlebells that fit on the Studio Rack varies depending on the size of Kettlebells. It is designed to fit approximately (9) light-to-moderate weight Kettlebells.
The number of SPRI® Weighted Bars that fit on the rack varies depending on the size/weights of bars. It is designed to comfortably hold (24) bars varying in weights from 6-36 lbs.
The High Density Foam Roller is designed to be more firm, provide deeper roller pressure, and resist compression more over time than the white Foam Roller.
Mats can be cleaned with warm water and/or vinegar, using a damp cloth.
SPRI offers a free, downloadable product Exercise Guide with most of our products. You may access these guides on our website while on the product page of the item you are interested in.
We charge sales tax for orders shipping to California, Colorado, Illinois, Ohio, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee or Texas. This will automatically be added to your order.
We work with a variety of shipping companies to ensure the delivery of your order at the lowest cost to you! This is why your order was shipped via Freight Truck (LTL) instead of carriers like USPS, FedEx and/or UPS
LTL stands for ’Less-Than-Truckload’ for a domestic shipment of pallets through a freight truck . By consolidating your order on pallet(s) and shipping via this method, we are able to keep your shipping costs low as opposed to billing you for multiple boxes/shipments. Depending on the number of pallets being shipped, more than one shipment may be necessary. LTL Shipments can be delivered to a home or business address.
As for any shipment, the cost of shipping pallets is based on the weight, number of pallets, distance, and if any other extra services are required for delivery.
Orders shipped via Freight Truck (LTL) usually can take up to 14 days for delivery. The freight company should contact you prior to delivery to schedule an appointment. These shipments are generally delivered with the following options; If you require one in particular , please let us know right away:
Lift Gate / Curbside Service: The truck used for delivery is equipped with a lowering mechanism called a lift gate to lower the item(s) curbside or equivalent. You will be responsible to move the item(s) from there.
Tailgate Delivery: The truck is parked at the nearest/safest location close to the delivery address . The delivery team is then responsible to move the item(s) to the tailgate (back) end of the truck. The customer receiving the product is responsible to unload item(s) from the truck. If this option is chosen and the customer is not able to remove the product(s) off the truck, re-delivery, storage and other service fees may be incurred.