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Dec 26, 2016 3:34:00 PM

This section covers a significant number of warm up exercises.  Depending on how intense your stretching session will be and how much time your body needs to warm up you can pick and chose which exercise to work into your warm up and how much time to spend on it.

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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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Apr 15, 2016 2:51:36 AM

Human Flag with Rubberbanditz Band Assistance

Our friends over at Calisthenics 101 (https://www.calisthenics-101.co.uk) 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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Dec 22, 2015 1:17:10 PM

Alright Banditz here we got with the Warrior Workout! This one's a tough one, I'm going to give you two options on how to do this workout. You can do it in either a circuit, or do it as an AMRAP workout. For those not familiar, AMRAP means AS MANY REPS AS POSSIBLE. If You choose AMRAP, give yourself 1 minute per exercise, and loop through each exercise 3-4 times. If you want to do it as a normal circuit, pick a band that's going to be challenging for you - but not so heavy that you'd use it for strength training. Complete this many reps of each exercise then repeat 4 times! Infinity Jumps: 40 Jumps Cross Curl: 40 Curls High Pull: 30 Reps Deadlift: 20 Reps Warrior Press: 20 Reps Lunge Twist: 20 Reps. Then rinse and repeat! Complete the circuit 4 times if you're feeling especially like a Warrior today ;)Read More

Aug 30, 2015 4:33:32 PM

Personal training is a hard industry to break into. If you don’t have a distinct competitive advantage identified from the beginning, it’s going to be quite a journey. Luckily, with the rapid advancement of technology, you have a wide array of new tools and resources to help you turn your passions into a way of life (and a paycheck!).   I was watching the Hunger Games the other night (I know I know, I’m really late on the Hunger Games bandwagon), and I started to notice some interesting themes that can apply to developing your career as a personal trainer.

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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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Apr 13, 2015 10:15:52 PM

We are super excited to introduce fitness coach and blogger Nia Shanks. Her commitment to inspiring women through her blog, Lift Like a Girl, to utilize fitness to reach their full potential has made her one of the leading fitness bloggers in the country. She's been featured numerous times on Greatist and Shape.com and we're lucky enough to interview her today and even get a few fitness tutorials from her!

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Mar 27, 2015 12:39:28 AM

Planks are great for working your arms, abs, legs, back… basically they make your body burn. Keep these tips from Prevention in mind to make sure you’re getting the most out of this grade A exercise.

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