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April 14, 2022 3 min read

Resistance bands can help your home workouts be more effective and fun even with tiny home space.

There are many reasons why they are great, but the biggest one is that they are so versatile. You can carry them with you everywhere, and you can use them almost anywhere.

Resistance bands can be used to create a full-body strength workout in no time. You can create a full-body strength workout with resistance bands that will keep your body toned and fit.

Whether you want to tone your muscles and lose weight or improve your balance and agility, resistance bands can help.

Resistance bands are a great way to work out but aren’t for everyone. Before you decide to buy them, there are a few things to take into consideration.

How to Use the Resistance Bands Effectively

Resistance bands are not the same as dumbbells. You can’t just grab them and start lifting. You will get the best results if you constantly change the way you are using them. It is best to include both strength training and flexibility with your resistance band workouts.

Start your workouts with some basic stretches and go from there.

Resistance bands will help you build strength in your core, arms, back, butt and legs. You can combine the workouts and try them with plyometrics to burn calories and tone your muscles.

You can try an inverted row exercise, which is a good way to work your back, biceps, shoulders and core. Then you can follow that up with a squat, which is a great way to get your hip and legs more toned. You can also do a crossover exercise. This one is great for your shoulders, biceps and core.

How to Get Full-Body Strength Workout with Resistance Bands

Here are a few more exercises that you can use to get a full-body strength workout. Try them all and see which ones you like the best.

Extender

The extender is a very simple, but effective workout. It is great for your lower back, shoulders and biceps. You can do it anywhere. Stand up straight. Make sure your back is straight and your arms are extended. Have your arms by your sides. Extend your arms forward and straighten them. Hold them in place for a few seconds then return them to their original position. This is one set. Repeat more sets as needed.

Side Bend

Stand up straight with one foot forward and one foot behind you. Hold the resistance band with both hands and reach up with your arms. Keep your arms straight and your back perfectly straight. Slowly bend to the side, as far as you comfortably can. Hold for a second and then bring your arms back to the starting position. Repeat on the other side until you feel fatigued.

Squat To Row

Start with your feet and shoulder-width apart. Hold the resistance band with both hands. Rest it behind your neck, keeping it secure while you perform the exercise. Squat down until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Then extend your knees, bringing your legs back. Return to the starting position. Repeat until you feel fatigued.

Squat To Press

Stand up straight. Hold the resistance band with both hands behind your back. Bring your arms behind you as if you are hugging it. Bring your hands back to your lower back. Then squat down. Start with knees bent. Then straighten them. Keep your back straight and hold for a second. Bring your arms back to the original position. Repeat until you feel fatigued.

Wall Crawl

Stand up straight with your feet shoulder-width apart. Walk forward until you can touch a wall. Put your hands on the wall. Move your legs back so that your body is at an angle. Take one leg and extend it until it touches the ground. Return to the starting position. Repeat with the other leg.

Conclusion

Resistance bands are a great way to burn calories and get in shape. They are also an easy way to motivate yourself to work out. If you are looking for a cheap and efficient way to lose weight and gain muscle, resistance bands are a good option.

POWERBANDS® offersresistance bands in Australia that are specially designed for workouts.  They provide resistance for each and every movement. Let us help you choose the right band for your workout goals. Check out our list of resistance bands today!


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