Muscle Resistance Bands
Gym resistance bands from T360Sport are an incredibly versatile piece of kit available in 3 different strengths. These resistance bands can be used for a wide range of functional exercises, squats, and other rotational movements.
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Advantages of Muscle Resistance Bands
- Premium elasticity
- Perfect for on the go exercises (like our towels)
- Fabric to provide comfort
Our fabric resistance bands will not irritate the skin. We offer a range of band strengths to cater for everyone's needs. Whether you are a regular gym-goer or just starting your gym journey, we will have the right band for you. If you are unsure about which band you would like to use, there are 3 different strengths to choose from. M, L, XL.
Can resistance bands build strength?
This may be surprising to a lot of gym-goers but resistance bands can build up just as much strength as regular weights if used frequently and correctly. That's correct - they can also increase muscle mass.
What do resistance bands do?
Resistance bands enable you to do a variety of different exercises, they are a staple piece of equipment. Here we have listed a few resistance band exercises to help you understand the different muscle groups you will target.
Wall Lateral Pull Down -
- Starting with your back against a wall, place the resistance band around either your thumbs or wrists and hold above your head with your arms straight.
- Slowly lower your arms down with your elbows out either side at a 90-degree angle. This should bring your shoulder blades together. Return to starting position and repeat.
Resistance Band Squats -
- Place the resistance band just above your knees and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart so that the resistance band is under tension.
- Slowly bend your knees into a squat position without your knees going past your toes. Raise back up into a standing position and repeat.
Resistance Band Bicep Curl -
- To begin this workout, you will need somewhere to sit. Start by looping the resistance band under one of your knees, then grip it with your hand on the same side.
- Pull your arm slowly up towards your shoulder. Your upper arm should stay stationary whilst doing this, keeping your elbow underneath your shoulder and your arm close to your body.
- Slowly return to starting position and then repeat. After doing this, your chosen amount of times, repeat on the other side of your body.
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