For active aging adults, who love to workout with weights, contrast band training is the easiest and most joint friendly way to keep weight lifting into your weekly workout routine without beating up and aging your body.
Resistance Band Training is perfect for senior fitness enthusiasts for several reasons. However, without a proven Senior Band Training Blueprint to follow, it's difficult to develop early training success.
Over the years I have been asked by 1000's of people if resistance band training is right for them and where should they begin. Here are the top 10 questions you should ask yourself to see if resistance band training is a good fit for you.
Attached Band Pushing will allow you to strengthen and mobilize your body in ways that will make it stronger, more powerful and more coordinated with daily activities while decreasing post workout joint pain and stiffness.
Pulling exercises should do more than just strengthen your mid back muscles. Not only does attached band pulling increase muscle size and strength, but it also creates several additional benefits that are not possible with machine or free weight pulling.
The Upper Body Challenge Workout is a rep based workout that uses a rep scheme of 21-15-9-5. You will alternate through 6 different attached band exercises using 3 different levels of band resistance for specific exercises.