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The Prosourcefit Ankle Weights are great for building muscle for anyone, with some reportedly wearing them on a day to day basis when then go to work and go for walks, and act as a perfect ankle wrist weights set. If you don’t care for these do check out our 7 Best Ankle Weights in 2020.

Why We Like It – ProSource Ankle/Wrist Weights

If you are new to the ankle weights and aren’t sure if these will get good use, the ProSource Ankle/Wrist Weights is a good set that won’t weigh heavy on your wallet. You can choose from 1-5-pound weights, each with their own designated color for easy identification. Suitable for men, women, and children this pair will be a new favorite for the whole family to get that extra strength they are craving.

  • Amazing value
  • Stylish design
  • Soft, comfortable neoprene material
  • Fall apart easily


It’s a weight made and designed for your wrists and ankles and will actually help you build muscle as long as you’re moving with them on. Unfortunately the velcro teeth aren’t the strongest with reports of them falling off and acting like slivers that can hurt if stepped on, and just generally make a mess.


Neoprene material of their construction makes them soft and helps prevent chafing while the Velcro closure helps them wrap snugly around your ankle with a comfort fit, though it can get a little sweaty from the exercise.


Free shipping makes this a cheap and tempting offer compared to BalanceFrom GoFit Fully Adjustable Weights, but they might not be for every one when you take in the consideration of the shedding of the teeth that appears to start straight out of the box.

ProSource Ankle/Wrist Weights Wrap Up

While not as fancy as say the Nordic Lifting Ankle Weights they are still ankle and wrist weights and do function as requested, even if their life won’t be as long as something like the Healthy Model Life Ankle Weights.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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