I have been adding this to my at home fitness workouts.
I am using the red band for leg exercises. They slide on and lay nice on my feet and legs without bunching up. They are great for the additional resistance and targeting other areas of my legs that I never had the ability to work out (most.
Here are a few resistance exercises I have done:
- I place the red band around both calves and do lateral step outs on each leg.
- step on band and pull the band up in front curls and kick backs
- place band around each foot and while laying on back do bicycles
- place bands abound ankles and do lay on side and do lateral leg lifts. (Great for the side of the butt and lateral thigh)
I also use the green band to work out my arms. Learning to control the band is another aspect that helps out a lot. Controlling each pull and release. I love that these are easy on the joints, while still giving you a hard workout. It is a great addition to any workout especially if you feel like you need to step it up a bit. For me the red and green are the most used bands.
This has been a great learning curve for me. I don't need to use weights to get a great muscle work out. Resistance bands does the same thing and some exercises are harder due to the control you need to keep each movement smooth. There are so many more moves to do and seems like a limitless amount of moves. No space for equipment or weights?? No problem these take up no space at all. Slide this right into your drawer.
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PhantomFit Resistance bands are the best solution because they:
- Are perfect for physical therapy exercises all the way to intense workouts
- Works flawlessly for arm, ankle, and leg workouts
- Are separated by resistance level to meet your needs
- Are extremely durable and long-lasting
- Are lightweight and portable
- 1 Blue "Light" Band
- 1 Red "Medium" Band
- 1 Green "Heavy" Band
- 1 Black "X-Heavy" Band
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