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04-22-2019 02:16 AM
We use these quite a bit in my bootcamp class, mostly for things like monster squats or squat ladders. I have a set that I tuck in my bag when I travel so I can do some resistance training anywhere. I also have a longer, open one that I use for arm work. It's not nearly the workout that lifting provides, but in a pinch it's better than nothing.
Add a jump rope (along with the Bands) in your bag and there
you have a Total Body “Gym” that costs almost nothing
and takes up no room!
I use the outdoors as my personal gym, by *curb-stepping*, jumping rope,
jogging.....for strength training I do *dips* on railings, push-ups against
walls and other various excercises.
As I’m going along, I’m scanning for another *spot* to use as a piece of gym equipment.
Ive been doing so-called “Muscle-Confusion” work outs for decades, only I
did it for myself and didn’t know it would become a Big Thing!
Same with jumping rope. I’ve been “swinging” it outdoors for 40+ years and always wondered why no one else was doing it,,
Now it’s a Big Thing, with Classes, Videos and competitions!
Sigh....I’m always too early, or too late! lol
04-22-2019 09:23 AM - edited 04-22-2019 09:25 AM
One of the best things I ever bought is that Nano Gym exercise chair with the resistance bands. I use it everyday and I can truly say it works!
It's $80 at Walmart and it always sells out!
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