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There could be a number of different reasons why you might be thinking of training with training bands. They could range from getting joint injuries from lifting heavy weights to getting called out on business trips where you want to exercise in your hotel room.

The answer is training bands as they are not only extremely light and easy to pack but they can be done without using a lot of space. Resistance bands are also used very effectively when dealing with an injury so that you can avoid losing all your hard gained muscle while you wait for the repair to take place.

The last reason could simply be that you are getting bored with your normal weight training and would like to try something else so that you can still keep your muscles and gain more muscles in the process by changing the stress to your body.

Once you have purchased your workout bands you will need to go online so that you can get a good idea on how to perform these different exercises mentioned below. They are easy to follow and simple to implement if you just give it a little time.

Before we list the workout that will work your whole body very effectively we should take a quick look at some of the benefits that you will get from these movements. The first example is doing the band-thruster which is a two-in-one exercise strengthening the legs, shoulders, and triceps.

The second is the Bent-over rows movement listed below which will strengthen your back and shoulders or rear deltoids. The third movement is a resisted push-up which will strengthen your upper body focusing on the upper chest, shoulders, and your triceps.

The fourth movement is the Reverse Flyes that are a specific isolation exercise getting to your shoulders and the rear delts. The fifth movement in the workout listed below is the Monster Walk, which is a good lower-body exercise that will strengthen your quads and your glutes. This movement is also used as an exercise in order to warm up your hips and hip flexors, before doing heavy squats.

The last exercise in the workout for training bands listed below is the Split squat to curls which is a very effective two-in-one exercise that will target your quads, glutes, as well as your hamstrings and increase the strength in your biceps and forearms at the same time.


Complete three rounds with 30 seconds rest in between.


1. Band-thruster - 10-15 repetitions
2. Bentover Row - 10-15 repetitions
3. Resisted Pushup - 10-15 repetitions
4. Reverse Flye - 10-15 repetitions
5. Monster Walk - 10-15 repetitions
6. Split Squat to Curl - 10-15 repetitions

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