Bent Over Resistance Band Row

Bent Over Resistance Band Row

The benefit of rowing with a resistance band rather than barbells or dumbbells that demand a steady level of resistance throughout the repetition, is the change in stimuli, which is caused by an increase in resistance as the band stretches further.

Main Muscles: Latissimus Dorsi, Biceps, Rear Deltoids

Key Points:
– Keep your back straight, ass out and core tight
– You should be bent over approximately 15°
– Row towards your waist
– Use a slow, controlled movement when extending your arms
– Use full range of motion

Resistance Band Dead Lift

Resistance Band Dead Lift

 
Resistance bands give us the opportunity to train anywhere and this video will teach you how to dead lift in a place as inconvenient as… I dunno… your hotel room?…

Main Muscles: Hamstrings, Gluteus Maximus, Latissimus Dorsi

Key Points:
– Keep your back straight, ass out and chest high
– The band should be under the arches of your feet
– Drive your feet through the floor and thrust your hips forward when exploding upwards
– Use a slow, controlled movement on the descent
– Use full range of motion

 

Single Arm Resistance Band Push Press

Single Arm Resistance Band Push Press

https://youtu.be/ryvu61dv-9g



Here is a crafty concept using only a resistance band to help you get your shoulder workout in! Can also be done using a dumbbell or kettle bell.

Main Muscles: Anterior Deltoid, Trapezius Major, Hamstrings, Quadriceps

Key Points:
– Keep your back straight & core tight
– The band should be under the arch of your foot and looped around your palm
– Bend your knees and throw your whole body into the movement when driving upwards
– Press overhead until your elbow locks out
– Use full range of motion and train both sides evenly
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