Resistance Band Workout For Strength
This full body workout uses a resistance band to get fit. The at-home workout is strength-based and geared towards getting you mom strong complete with a wicked glute finisher.
An at-home workout geared towards improving strength and posture. This full body workout for women targets the posterior chain to help reduce back pain and get stronger.
- In & Out Squats
- 1 Arm Row
- Band Deadlift
- Table top leg lift
- Single Bicep Curl
- Double Bicep Curl
- Tricep extensions
- Glute Bridge With Abductions
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Resistance Bands Workout Tips
Don’t forget to make sure your form is spot on and that you’re activating the muscles you should be!
Perform the first two resistance band exercises in order for the listed repetitions. Rest and repeat for a total of two rounds. Then, move on to the next two exercises performing them for a total of three rounds. Afterward, move on to the next three exercises and perform them for two rounds. Finally, finish off with the last exercise for one all-out round
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In & Out Squats
- Keep the weight in the heels
- Drive knees out against the band using the glutes and not the ankles
Single Arm Band Row
- Keep the shoulders depressed (down)
- Move through the back of the shoulders and not just the arms
- Squeeze the shoulder blades together on pullback
Table Top Leg Lift
- Squeeze the glutes while raising hips
- Keep hips squared
- Open up check and shoulders
Resistance Band Deadlift
- Do not round your back
- Move through the hips not the knees
- Lockout the glutes at the top
Band Bicep Curls
- Do not swing arms through shoulders
- Control the lower of the band
Glutes With Abductions
- Lift with glutes not low back
- Drive knees out with glutes, don’t roll ankles
- Don’t flare ribs
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