Why you need to use Resistance Bands in your workout
These popular pieces of training equipment are flexible bands available in a range of shapes, sizes and colours all providing a differing level of resistance. When it comes to versatility and value for money, not many other pieces of equipment come close to resistance bands.
Resistance bands are popular pieces of equipment used for training, these flexible, seamlessly constructed latex rubber band which come in a range of colours, sizes and shapes all providing different levels of resistance.
Resistance bands have become crucial parts of people’s workout equipment collections. These simple, but effective bits of kit can be used as an alternative to free weights or resistance machines.
They can be used for strength training, aerobics, rehabilitation, speed, agility and more.
Resistance bands can be effective tool for improving muscle flexibility, boosting joint mobility and helping your body to learn how to stabilise on demand. Additionally, they can be used in cardio workouts and help burn more calories.
Using resistance bands for strength training means the muscle being worked at any one time will stay in constant tension, this combined with conventional free weight exercises helps create a more varied challenge for your muscles.
Bands are light-weight and portable sized and are perfect for areas at home or in the gym where space is limited and are easy to carry and set up.
After using a resistance band, it will become a regular part of each of your workouts, whether your training at home or in the gym you’ll see an overall increase tin the effectiveness of your workouts.
What exercises can I use resistance bands for?
Resistance bands can be incorporated into many different exercises, including:
- Bicep Curls
- Triceps Extensions
- Upright Row
- Bench Press
- Lateral Raise