Resistance Band Back Exercises

This exercise primarily works your mid and upper back muscles. Your arms and shoulders are also worked to a lesser degree. To perform this exercise, start by sitting on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Place the middle of the band against the soles of your feet. Grab each end of the band so that it is taut when you're sitting in an upright position. Pull your elbows back, squeezing your back muscles and keeping your elbows close to your body. Return to the starting position.

Other way on how to have an exercise using band for your back.

Seated Back Row Secure the resistance band to the door at knee height. Sit 3 to 4 feet from the door with your legs crossed. Keep your back straight, head straight, and chest up. Start with your arms parallel to the floor and pull back slowly.

Floors Pull Overs Secure the band to the door at knee height. Lay flat on your back 2 to 3 feet from the door. With your arms approximately a foot apart, bring the handles down toward your waist.

Seated Lat Pulldown Secure the band at the top of the door using the door strap. Sit one to two feet from the door with your legs crossed. Make sure to keep your back straight as you pull the handles down.

Lower Body Workout Exercises : How to Do Lunges with Resistance Bands

This video is aimed at showing how easy it is to do lunges with the simple aid of resistance bands. This particular form of lunges is referred to as stationary lunge which means you will not be moving.

You need to apply the same position as that applied in the squat approach. Place one foot forward to ensure stability. Place your foot on top of the resistance band making sure it is evenly weighed out. Make sure the band is underneath your arch for maximum results. Having done so, raise the band with your hands up to your shoulder area.

Place your other leg at a running position making sure your calf muscle is tensed. Keep your back straight at all times to avoid any form of back injury. Now slowly but controllably, kneel down, hold you're self and then repeat. It is recommended to start with shorter reps so 6 sets of 8 reps would be a good start point.

Seated Lat Pulldown Secure the band at the top of the door using the door strap. Sit one to two feet from the door with your legs crossed. Make sure to keep your back straight as you pull the handles down.

Back Building Extreme - Circuit Training Ebook

Back Building Extreme - Circuit Training Ebook The importance of back muscle strength is vital to everyone. Strengthening your back helps proper posture and resistance to injuries. Avoid back pain and potential injuries by performing these simple back exercises in this circuit training routine. Using only Ripcords® resistance bands and the convenience of your own home, you can build a strong back.

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