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Aug 7, 2015 2:33:26 PM

I know what you’re thinking, “why RubberBanditz, why oh why do you want to give me more reasons not to exercise this morning?” The answer is: we DO want you to exercise! We just don’t think the gym is the right place for everybody. There’s a world to explore out there and a slew of functional body weight exercises you can do with zero gym equipment. You don’t need an expensive membership, or even a personal trainer (although it helps!) to get in shape, stay in shape, or improve your athletic performance. We’re not saying that there’s no benefit to going to the gym. But, we at Rubberbanditz genuinely believe that the best way to help as many people as possible improve their health and their physical condition is by removing any possible excuses for not exercising. Reason #1 often being, “I don’t have a gym membership”, or, “Gym memberships are too expensive”.

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Aug 5, 2015 5:24:30 AM

Working out should be fun! If its not your doing it wrong or maybe you need to make a few minor adjustments. I hear a lot of people say they hate exercise, which baffles me because I don’t even think about it anymore. II’m not going to promise you’ll look forward to it everyday, but it shouldn’t be the absolute worst. If you’re unhappy with your workouts here are some tips to improve itWork out with a friendRead More

Jul 21, 2015 10:47:39 PM

While the summer has been heating up, so has the calisthenics movement. With amazing athletes, like Barstarzz, it’s become something that everyone from your average joe to top fitness buffs are enjoying.

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Jun 26, 2015 7:44:44 PM

We’re only one week from the only holiday of the summer: 4th of July! July 4th is mostly  synonymous with barbeques and depending on your job, the day off. But of course the real reason we get a glorious day of drinking beers and flipping burgers in the backyard (or if you work in a service job, a way more busy day than usual) is because we’re celebrating the birth of our country. So to get in the patriotic spirit, we’ve got a super awesome contest to get you feeling Amurican.

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Jun 19, 2015 4:52:00 AM


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Jun 15, 2015 5:00:00 PM

When it comes to lifting weights, I’m not your girl. But this guy, David Dellanave, totally is. David is a top notch lifter, and owner of The Movement Minneapolis in the Twin Cities. He’s also an extraordinary coach and has trained numerous international level athletes.

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May 30, 2015 12:28:23 AM

Have you been working your triceps and biceps to the max? Are they super sore? We've got the solution. Rubberbanditz teamed up with kick ass fitness guru Kate Abate to create a new Rubberbanditz stretch program! Now just in case you don't know who Kate Abate is she is an amazing fitness trainer based in the LA area. That's why we turned to her to help us come up with a resistance band stretch program that will get your arms feeling good after a hard workout.

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May 21, 2015 3:34:07 AM

Hopefully you've been tuning into our CrossFit resistance band workout series over the past couple of weeks. If you haven't, make sure to catch up on our latest blog posts where we covered how to take almost any CrossFit workout on-the-go with bands.

For our final installment, we’re once again seeking expert advice from CrossFit coach Elliott Schackne as he teaches us how to modify CrossFit workout to include resistance bands.

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May 11, 2015 3:14:00 AM

In case you didn’t catch our blog post last week, we kicked off our CrossFit blog post series featuring modified CrossFit exercises you can do with your Rubberbanditz resistance band. CrossFit training has been used as a conditioning tool for groups like Navy SEALS and pro athletes, but its also a great workout regimen for pretty much anyone who is dedicated to getting in shape. We turned to professional CrossFit trainer Elliott Schackne to give us some pro tips on how to modify CrossFit exercises to include your resistance band.

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May 4, 2015 12:41:00 AM

Over the last decade, CrossFit has become increasingly popular on an international level. It is an intensive fitness program that combines basic bodyweight movements like pull-ups, push-ups, and squats with heavy weightlifting, gymnastics, and endurance sports to create dynamic and effective workouts. While CrossFit is a program utilized by Navy SEALS and pro athletes, it is also completely suitable for the rest of us mere mortals.

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