Summer Band Workout Ideas

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Summer Band Workout Ideas are Endless

It’s true, summer band workout ideas are endless and to prove it I just listed 10 workouts I will be doing this summer by myself, with our bootcamp, with a great friend or with my athletes.

So not only are the workout ideas endless, so are the individuals you choose to do them with, which only adds to the training fun.

10 Summer Band Workout Ideas I’m Guaranteed to Do This Summer

1. Playground Workouts

A playground is the best place to attach bands because of all the round pipes. You could literally create an RBT Gym on any playground.

Choose from any of these workout exercise options – Playground Band Workout

2. Vacation Workouts

The RBT Travel Trainer System should provide you with plenty of ideas for all your big summer travel adventures.
 
RBT Travel Trainer

3. Camping Workouts

We use to camp a lot when our children were younger. To train I would find a tree, hook up my band utility strap and training handles and knockout an attached band training workout.

4. Strength-Run Workouts

The Runner Band Setup makes this work. A 1 Mile Run followed by a 10 Minute Single Band Circuit. Perform 4 total rounds to do what will be a pretty challenging strength workout.

Need Single Band Exercise Ideas??? – Click HERE

5. Traditional Outdoor Circuit Workouts

Just getting outside and training, regardless of the location, is awesome. Any band will go where you need it to go to help you with your summer band workout ideas.

6. Tough Mudder Workouts

To be ready to handle a Tough Mudder, you need to make sure your body is mobile, flexible and ready to move in multiple planes. RBT will get you ready for that.

My suggestion would be to look at the Super HERO 28 Day Program and incorporate some of those workouts.
 
Super Hero Workouts

7. Garage Gym Workouts

Garage gym workouts are awesome because they allow you to train anytime and be outside but still have the benefit of a roof. Nothing like a rainy day workout in the garage.

8. Field Workouts

There is no better way to get after it than going out to a local football field and challenging the athlete in you.

My favorite – 10-100 yard runs in 20 seconds followed by a 40 second rest, followed up with a 15-minute single band circuit.

9. Stadium Workouts

Stadium stairs bring out the intensity but do you know what the best thing about stadium stair workouts is?? Having rails to do attached band workouts in between runs.

10. Partner Workouts

If you are looking for partner band training options, there is no better than the Ring of Fire.
 
Ring of Fire

Here are the Best 5 Starting Partner Attached Band Exercises to get you started.

Summary

I know this is a little overwhelming but if you apply just 3 of these summer band training ideas, you can imagine how much fun it will be to stay fit, get stronger, lose fat and have fun getting BETTER.

 
2 Responses to "Summer Band Workout Ideas"
  1. Ria says:

    Hi so you have a resistance certification using bands just for women?

    Thanks

  2. Dave Schmitz says:

    Ria

    We don’t have a training program just for females but these blog may help
    https://resistancebandtraining.com/best-band-workouts-for-busy-women/
    https://resistancebandtraining.com/band-training-for-women/

    Dave

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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).

 

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