A resistance band is an elastic band which can be used for a multitude of purposes including strength training, physical therapy, and cardio.
Our resistance bands allow you to customize the difficulty of your workout by choosing the resistance, making them truly fit for any fitness level. We provide the equivalent weights of the bands so that you can compare them with traditional gym weights (refer to the products page).
We also provide ankle straps and a door anchor so that you can do a wide range of exercises suited to your specific goals. You can learn more about such exercises in our bonus workout guide (included in the package). In addition, we provide a carry bag so that you can workout anywhere; be it at home, in the office or in the gym!
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Yes, a major advantage to using resistance bands rather than traditional weights when training is that you will be less injury-prone. This is especially true if you are recovering from a previous injury or have joint pains. When you stretch the bands, you are completely in control of the tension and you can provide your muscles with the appropriate amount of tension to suit your personal needs.
Yes, Resistance bands are highly effective for building muscle and bulking up! When the bands are contracted, they will provide stress on your muscles as you perform the full range of motion. However, growing muscle will require that you constantly 'overload' your muscles by increasing the resistance as you get stronger and that you are consistent with your workouts. This will need to be coupled with a suitable diet and adequate rest.
Your selection of the different weights of bands should be based on your personal workout goals. For instance, if you are trying to tone your muscles and trim down, a lighter resistance with higher repetitions would be the way to go. On the other hand, if you're trying to build muscle strength and bulk up, a greater resistance with fewer repetitions would serve you best. It is also a good idea to start with a band that you can comfortably do 10-12 repetitions with before increasing the resistance.
Yes, resistance bands can be used to tone your body! Resistance bands are effective in burning calories and increasing muscle definition. Since resistance bands provide a mix of cardio and traditional weight training, they will provide the push required to achieve your goals.