Resistance Band Full-Body Workout

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The resistance band is a great tool to have; it gives even the toughest workouts an extra boost. You'll feel a more intense burn in your muscles, which means you'll see results fast! Plus, it's lightweight and easily portable, unlike dumbbells and other weights. It increases the intensity of your workout the same way weights would, but it's less of a hassle getting it to the gym! You can incorporate the following moves into your own fitness routine, or you can do all eight in a row for a full-body workout.

Cross Resistance Side Step: This is a great warmup move for your entire body. Click here to see how it's done!


Hip Abduction: You'll feel this move in your glutes and obliques, but it's also great for working your hip flexors! Click here for more details.


Lunge with Bicep Curl: These take your typical lunges to a whole new level! If lunges are hard on your knees, try a reverse lunge instead. Here's how to do a lunge with bicep curl!


Pelvic Push: Strengthen your glutes, hamstrings and lower abdominal muscles with this move. Push through the resistance band for a strong lower body! Here's how to do it.


Resistance Band Bicep Curls: Go for your best biceps yet with this move! The resistance band will provide opposition so you can tone and tighten those muscles. Here's how it's done.


Resistance Band Lateral Raise: Work all aspects of your arms with this killer move! You'll find yourself making up excuses for showing off those guns in no time. Here's how to do a resistance band lateral raise.


Resistance Band Tricep Kickbacks: Keep your triceps in check with this move. You'll extend your arms behind you to really target your triceps. Check it out here!


Seated Row: This move may require you to be seated, but don't get too excited! You'll wrap the resistance band behind your feet to give your arms one last workout. Here's how it's done.