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Sep 28, 2016 1:05:18 PM

Resistance bands offer a great advantage in every aspect of your training. The most important thing is that with resistance band exercises, you will be able to do the specific exercise in the correct movement pattern. The reason why this is so important is because it solidifies your muscle memory. Muscle memory is the way the nervous systems interacts with your muscle recruitment pattern to perform a specific exercise.

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Aug 30, 2016 6:40:44 PM



Getting in a workout during a busy day can be challenging, but for those who work in office jobs or sit for most of the day, it’s imperative to get up and get moving at least once an hour. Sitting for long periods of time can increase the risk of heart disease and other illnesses, so finding a few minutes to get active can be hugely beneficial.

The problem is usually finding the spare time to do it. However, there are several calisthenic workouts you can do to get your heart rate up and raise your energy level. Here are some of the best.

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Aug 24, 2016 6:22:42 PM

Growing populations of fitness enthusiasts have found street workout inspiration on Instagram or YouTube but often the videos they discover only display the difficult dynamic movements such as muscle ups, or static movements such as front levers and planches. These exercises require a tremendous amount of strength and stability, making them near impossible to perform for novices.

Exercise resistance bands offer a significant advantage compared to training with only your bodyweight; you are able to remove “x” amount of pounds [or kg] from your own body weight, while still performing the same core movements. This in turn means, that you will teach your neuromuscular system the correct body mechanics and which muscles to activate during the movement progressions.

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Apr 15, 2016 2:51:36 AM

Human Flag with Rubberbanditz Band Assistance

Our friends over at Calisthenics 101 ( have put our assisted pull-up bands to good use to showcase 10 different assisted exercises you can try to get the most from your bands. Give their article a read and let us know what you think.

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Mar 4, 2016 5:57:00 AM

As a fitness blogger it’s only natural I love fitness, so I’m always shocked when I hear my boyfriend complaining about how he hates exercise. But when I hear his workouts I can’t really blame him, they seem like torture just not like a whole lot of fun. While workouts should be aimed at getting yourself in shape, they don’t have to be miserable. And if you hate your work out, you’re a lot less likely to do it. As someone who looks forward to exercise, here are my best tips for getting to love fitness.

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Mar 3, 2016 3:05:00 AM

When you’re busy, finding time to exercise can be difficult. But Rubberbanditz is all about functional fitness. So even when you don’t have time to do an entire workout in one time block, you can break out your band and use it during the day. Wondering how that would work? Here’s the best times to break out your Rubberbanditz resistance band throughout the day.

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Dec 22, 2015 5:03:54 PM

Need a hand with your handstands? Check out this tutorial on how to set up your bands to train Assisted Handstand Push-Ups!

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Dec 22, 2015 4:48:51 PM

For this workout we're going to focus on TIME instead of reps.

We're going to do 4 sets of each exercise with no break in between the exercises - but a 2 minute break between circuits (upon completion of one set of all 4 exercises). Each exercise will be performed for 1 minute each.

This is a great fat burning workout and you can adjust the intensity by using different bands! Let's get it going! Clock Jumps: 1 Min Unilateral Rows: 1 Min each arm Boxer Press: 1 minute Arm Circles: 1 minute in each direction REPEAT x4 Let us know what you think! We're going to be putting out a new workout series every week! Stay Strong Banditz. Details: This workout focuses on keeping up your heart rate. Real strength is forged when you've got absolutely nothing left - so push yourself as hard as you can for the time allotted for each exercise. Wear away all the energy you've got until all you're pushing through with is pure will power. On the other side, this circuit is great for fat loss. It's intensity and "High Rev" nature will get your heart rate up, and make sure you get those calories running for their money!

This is a full body workout but the main muscles that are focused on in this circuit are:

Clock Jumps: Legs (cardio)

Unilateral Rows: Back/Arms

Boxer Press: Chest/Legs/Arms

Arm Circles: Shoulders/Arms

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Dec 22, 2015 4:45:14 PM

Who's ready for the Full Body Burner!?! This is a Tabata workout, if you're not familiar- I'll break it down here. Tabata is a form of High Intensity Interval Training, basically, each exercise in the circuit you're going to perform in 20 second sets. Jammer Press - As many reps as possible for 20 seconds 10 Second Break As many reps as possible for 20 seconds 10 second break. You're going to repeat this 30 second circuit 8 times for each exercise, then move on to the next exercise! Using Tabata is a great way to confuse the heck out of your muscles, and we all know muscle confusion causes hypertrophy, those good ole gainz.Read More

Dec 22, 2015 4:43:27 PM

Having trouble mastering the elusive Muscle Up? Try out this tutorial from Muscle Up Jarvis

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