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Resistance Band Workout

Resistance Band Workout GUARD YOUR HEALTH My Mission. My Health. Guard Your Health's resistance band workout offers five sample, challenging exercises to amp up your workout. 1 Lateral Band Walks 2 Lunges 3 Reverse Fly What it works: Thighs, hips, and glutes What it works: Legs and glutes What it works: Triceps, shoulders, and upper back How to do it: Step on the middle of the band with your right foot and grab each end of the band with your hands. Step back with your left leg, bending both knees to 90 degrees. Stand back up to relax. How to do it: Tie the band around your legs at mid-shin level with your feet hip-width apart. With hands on hips, abs in tight, knees bent, back tall, take a wide step to the left, then step right foot in. How to do it: Extend your arms out in front of you, shoulder-width apart with the resistance band in your hands. Move your arms out straight to your sides, as far as you can. Relax by slowly bringing your arms back in front. Reps: 15 steps to the left, 15 to the right. Repeat three times in each Reps: 10 lunges with each leg. Repeat three times. direction. Reps: 20 reps. Repeat three times. One-Arm Bicep Curl 5 V-Ups Visit Guard Your Health online for more health resourceS f Guard Your Health Y @ARNGHealth t Guard Your Health What it works: Biceps What it works: Abs How to do it: Step on the end of the band with both feet and grip the other end of the band in your hand. Stand up straight and curl your arm up towards your body while still holding the band. Straighten arm slowly to relax. How to do it: Tie the band around GuardYourHealth.com your ankles so that your feet are spread out slightly wider than hip-width. Lie on your back with your arms in a V-shape above your head. Do a sit up, keeping tension on the band and reaching your hands to your toes. Slowly lower back down to starting position. GUARD YOUR HEALTH Reps: 15 reps with each arm. Repeat three times. My Mission. My Health. Reps: 10 reps. Repeat twice. DISCLAIMER: You should consult a trained medical professional before you begin any strenuous exercise program, before making any changes in your diet and/ or physical activity levels, and before adopting any of the information contained in this or other exercise routines. This is especially true if you have or suspect that you may have heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or any other medical conditions. If you feel faint or dizzy at any time while performing these exercises, stop immediately and seek medical evaluation. These exercises are not meant to replace guidance provided by your physician or a trained medical professional or fitness instructor.

Resistance Band Workout

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Guard Your Health’s resistance band workout offers five sample, challenging exercises to amp up your workout.

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