1.2m resistance band exercises: For Yoga Exercise
Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how simple it can be to get a little fitter. You don’t need technological marvels strapped to every part of your body or racks straining under heavy weights on hand. You just need to push your body a little bit further than it’s used to being pushed, and one excellent way to do that is to pull a stretchy bit of elastic in several directions.
Resistance bands are cheap and effective for a variety of workouts – probably far more effective than you might think. While those looking to add serious bulk might not get all they need from resistance bands, they are a great tool for increasing strength and adding some muscle. You can also use them for fast-paced HIIT workouts if you want to improve your cardiovascular fitness and burn boatloads of calories.
Resistance bands are also the most portable form of fitness equipment. Pack them in your luggage and you can slip in a workout in a hotel room just as easily as you would in your own front room. And if you’re stuck on ideas for what to do in that workout, let us help you out. We asked Let’s Bandmaster trainer Ben Fildes for a full-body resistance band workout and he duly obliged with the routine below. The whole workout should take no more than 15 minutes, but if you’re not tight for a time carry on for another round or two, or add some extra sets.
Department Name: Unisex
Function: Comprehensive Fitness Exercise
resistance band exercises
Application: Pull Rope
Model Number: D293