Many resistance band kits come with suggested exercises for nearly every major muscle group in your body. Stepping on one end of a resistance band or looping it around a stationary object, for example, opens up many exercise possibilities.When you don’t have a lot of room for a home gym, resistance bands are a great option that store in very little space. You can hang them on a hook after you exercise, or coil them up to store in a box or drawer. Over time, your muscles adapt to any new exercise routine. It’s a idea to mix it up by cross-training with free weights, machines and resistance band exercises.
- Resistance bands come in multiple resistance levels, usually light, medium or heavy. You can further adjust the amount of resistance during exercise just by giving more or less slack on the band, as well as by combining multiple resistance bands to increase the challenge.
- While resistance bands work great on their own, they can also be combined with other exercise equipment. Performing bicep curls with both a resistance band and dumbbell will give you the combined benefits of each type of equipment.
- Resistance band exercises are often based on familiar strength-training moves. For example, if you stand on one end of the cord and curl your arm up while holding the other end, you’ve replaced your standard dumbbell bicep curl.
- Great for assisted pull-ups, body weight. You’ll find it easier to keep proper form and notice greater fitness gains from doing so. When you’re traveling, whether in the hotel room, on the beach or outdoors, you can anytime use bands to work out.
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