You Can't Resist This Sculpt and Tone Band Workout!
Cindy and I have been incorporating resistance bands into our fitness arsenal. We love them! Here are some reasons why:
Using a band requires coordination and balance so you end up utilizing more muscle groups to stabilize your body.
You can target specific muscle groups or smaller muscles more easily than with weights. Resistance is also maintained through every part of the motion resulting in better range of motion, strength and more complete stimulation.
Bands offer more variety because you can create resistance in all directions, which helps you strengthen neglected muscle groups.
Lastly and most obvious, they will easily fit into your luggage or your family room. Making them a perfect addition to your workout routine!
We hope you enjoy this full body workout!
- 40 seconds on/20 seconds rest
- 2 times through each circuit
- 1:00 rest between circuits
- 8 minutes/circuit
You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Click HERE for full disclaimer.
- resistance tube band
warm up: 30 seconds each exercise
boxer shuffle, butt kicks, jumping jacks, skaters, good morning, squat to kicks, lunges, side lunges
- jump squat OR modified jump squat
- bent over close row (loop)
- one legged glute raise R
- one legged glute raise L
- jumping jacks
- alternating bicep curls
- squat to side leg lift (alternate lifts)
- x band mini steps (in in out out)
- toy soldier
- one arm tricep extensions (R one round/L second round)
- rear raisers R
- rear raiser L