10 Lower Body resistance band exercises

Can be done anywhere

Yesterday I went over upper body exercises you could implement utilizing the resistance bands & today I will go over lower body exercises with the resistance band. A short list of exercises that can be done anywhere since the use of a resistance band can be taken with you on trips, to the gym, or in your home. Feel free to add to this of exercises!

 
 
  1. Prone lying leg curl
  2. clamshell
  3. Lateral band walk
  4. Glute bridge
  5. Fire hydrants
  6. Glute kickback
  7. Lunges
  8. Squat
  9. Seated straight leg raises
  10. Seated hip abduction

Hopefully this list of 10 exercises will help you in your next workout 🙂

 

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Resistance band exercises (upper body)

Utilizing resistance bands for exercise are a great way to recover from injury, warm up before starting your workout, and adding some form of variety to your programs. Not to mention you can add them to your main exercises to add some form of extra resistance. 

 

Today’s post will go over some upper body exercises using the resistance band. Feel free to add your own resistance band exercises in the comment section if it isn’t already mentioned on the list. 

 
 
  1. Standing chest press- chest 
  2. shoulder press- shoulders 
  3. overhead triceps extension- triceps 
  4. seated row- back 
  5. standing row- shoulders 
  6. front raise- delts 
  7. lateral raises- delts 
  8. resistance band push ups- full body
  9. Bentover row – back 
  10. bicep curls – biceps 

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Yesterday’s deads

I did not make it to the gym today due to having other priorities and then having to work. This was yesterday’s workout.

 
 
  • Conventional deadlift: 3 x 3

 

  • 70% of 90% of 1-RM: 185 lb
  • 80% of 90% of 1-RM: 215 lb
  • 90% of 90% of 1-RM: 240 lb, I did 3 max reps. previous to this, I was doing 5 max reps at 235 lb, so I wasn’t too happy I only got three up with 240 lb, but wasn’t entirely upset either. I probably could have gotten one last rep in. 

 

My 1-RM went up 10 lb, so this means I should be able to lift 295 lb for maxing, WHICH IS TRUE, because I had a video last week, I believe or the week before showing my 295 lb 1Rep max — so this means I am on the right path. Tomorrow I might aim for 295 lb again just to see if I can still lift it and if got any easier. 

 
  • Romanian deadlift from deficit: 5 x 8-12, 135 lb
  • Rack pulls: 5 x 8-12, 135 lb, 155 lb
  • Kettlebell one legged deadlift: 5 x 12, 12 kg
  • Resistance hip bridge: 5 x 12, red band

AB workout:

Superset:

  • DB hanging knee raises: 4 x 12, 10 lb
  • Vertical leg raises: 4 x 12

Cardio workout:

  • Stair stepper: 20 minutes, level 7

Tomorrow I will try to post a blog post, but it is the last day before I leave, so I might be busier and so if I don’t post tomorrow for whatever reason, I should be back on Monday 😀