Band Stretching Tips – Best Of

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Band stretching tips

Band stretching has easily been the #1 game changer for my over 40 adults

This is especially true for the guys that have been lifting weights for years and have loss of significant hip, shoulder and ankle flexibility. Those individuals that have committed to band hip and shoulder stretching at least 3 to 4 times per week, before or after workouts, have been able to keep their hip, shoulder and ankle flexibility at a level of someone 10 years younger.

They have also been able to eliminate nagging low back, knee, shoulder and hip pain that comes with keeping an active aging body looking, feeling and moving great.

What is Band Stretching?

Band stretching is a unique form of stretching that incorporates a controlled, active contract-relaxed approach while applying a variable accommodating resistance. This creates a passive over-pressure stretch to targeted muscles of the hip and shoulder. It makes muscles gradually to go where they can’t by passively and actively taking them into restricted areas of motion that traditional body weight stretching can’t accomplish.

Over the years I have done several videos on Band Stretching Tips that have taught 100’s how to successfully implement band stretching into their weekly workout routine. It is something I feel anyone that wants to eliminate nagging issues caused by inflexibility and create fitness longevity needs to implement.

In today’s blog I have brought together the best of those videos to help teach, train and inspire you to start or continue stretching with bands so you can turn back the clock and continue looking, feeling and moving your best.

Dave’s 9 Best of Band Stretching Tips

1. Hip Rotation Band Stretching for Guys

2. Modified Hamstring Band Stretching Tip Setup

3. Simultaneous Hamstring-Quadriceps Band Stretch

4. Nerve Tension Stretching – What it is and How Band Stretching Helps Eliminate It

5. Super-Set Band Stretching

6. Advanced Hip Flexor-Quadriceps Band Stretching

7. Avoiding Neck Issues with Band Stretching

8. Shoulder Distraction Stretching

9. Band Stretching Mistakes

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Meet Dave

Dave Schmitz, PT, CSCS, PES has been writing, teaching and training how to implement resistance band training for rehabilitation, general conditioning, and performance since 1996. He is the founder & co-owner of Resistance Band Training— the leading band provider worldwide.

Along with being a co-author of the Amazon best seller, Total Body Breakthroughs, Dave is also the author and producer of numerous fitness & nutrition articles, E-books, DVDs. His passion is focused on trainers, clients, and athletes improve their body’s ability to handle momentum, gravity and ground reaction forces using elastic resistance. Dave also consults online with several high schools, universities, private performance training business and is also on the board of experts for the International Youth and Conditioning Association (IYCA).

4 Responses to "Band Stretching Tips – Best Of"
  1. Tom Stokes says:

    HEY DAVE…..we have been doing band flexibility, foam rolling and dynamic flexibility with my team…..BUT lately, I’m getting parents (and our head trainer) giving me flak about the lack of “static” stretching in our warm-ups. Essentially blaming THAT for their daughters injuries (WHICH are actually caused by their over involvement in club activities on top of track). Question: do you have any links/articles I can put out there re:benefits of band flex, etc vs static crap? Need some artillery support for my program. 🙂
    I also need to get pricing for about 8 handles for bands. My throwers are loving band stuff!!

  2. Brant Baylock says:


    I’ve been a customer since 2009. I love the bands and all they do for me at 47 years of age. I was wondering though, if I wanted to purchase everything in this package (BandStrong and Economy Fitness Package Bundle BandStrong and Economy Fitness Package) except the bands, what would it cost a long time “bander”?

  3. Dave Schmitz says:

    Just sent you an email with questions.

    Thank you


  4. Dave Schmitz says:

    Tom will email you to discuss

    Thank you


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