Resistance Band Workout – Your Go-To Consistency Workout
If you’ve ever had a hard time maintaining a healthy eating and workout routine, keep reading – I wrote this for you. I’m sharing a resistance band workout that’s gonna help you stay a heck of a lot more consistent with your workouts (you can also get a free 7 day workout program by clicking here).
Lovely, I hear you. You’re trying so hard to stick with your HIIT workout routine and trying to eat intuitively without gaining weight. You’re doing all that you possibly can to maintain consistent healthy eating. But even with your best made plan, you still have a hard time staying consistent. (Maybe you’re running into the three most common obstacles to consistency?)
This can be even more frustrating when you’re also stressed, busy, not feeling motivated (learn how to use your lack of motivation to stay more consistent) and barely have time to sit down, let alone workout.
But lovely, that’s why I’m here.
Today, I’m sharing a full body resistance band workout you can turn to whenever you don’t have time to hit your standard workout or you’re traveling. It’s quick (I almost always encourage my clients to shorten their workouts), will work your full body, and only requires one simple piece of equipment – the resistance band.
Resistance band types
Generally, you can choose one of three types of resistance bands: mini loop bands, large loop bands, or single resistance bands. I use all three for home workouts and activation (key part of my DARR workout formula), and you can use any of these three types of bands for today’s resistance band workout.
How to use this resistance band workout
This workout is a great tool to have, because you can do it – instead of skipping because you’re too busy or don’t feel like doing your 40 minute workout at the gym. These simple bands can help you gain strength and flexibility – all from the comfort of your own home 🙂
Instructions for your resistance band workout
First, complete your warm up exercise, the x-band walk. Step on the band, and take 20 steps left, then 20 steps right.
Once you’ve warmed up, you’ll move through the remaining four exercises in a circuit style, one after the other. To increase the challenge, incorporate 60s of aerobic/cardio exercise (high knees, jump rope, jumping jacks, burpees) in between the strength moves.
So one round would go like this:
20 squat + overhead press > 60s cardio > 20 single arm rows (per side) > 60s cardio > 20 reverse lunges (per leg) > 60s cardio > 20 squat + bicep curls > 60s cardio, THEN REPEAT.
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Enjoy this workout?
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