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Resistance training is based on the principle that muscles of the body will work to overcome a resistance force when they are required to do so. When you do resistance training repeatedly and consistently, your muscles become stronger.

The Principles of Resistance Training That Make It Perfect For Group Fitness
  • Principle 1: Progressive Overload.
  • Principle 2: Specificity.
  • Principle 3: Individualization.
  • Principle 4: Variation.
  • Principle 5: Reversibility.
 

Science-based resistance training increases muscle tone, decreases body fat,

 

and increases overall strength and agility in as short as two weeks. Linear resistance found in bands

ensures physical results. I maximize benefits by coupling it with both fast and slow twitch, compound exercises, which also ignite serotonin and dopamine, so you’ll feel better, as well as look better. Amazing results and more time to do what you need and want to do — Total win-win!

 

Resistance exercise has been around for almost a century. It was originally introduced as a unique exercise tool and eventually became popular as a rehabilitation device. Today, bands are more than just an entry-level alternative to heavy free weights. They’re now used around the world by elite athletes in all sports—football players, UFC fighters, powerlifters, bodybuilders, you name it—to develop strength, power, speed and even muscle size.

All four of these properties are critical to ensuring an effective resistance-training routine.

Elastic and free-weight resistance (i.e. barbells and dumbbells) have several things in common:

  • Both provide some form of resistance.

  • Both allow a free range of motion.

  • Both allow variable speed of movement.

  • Both allow progressive resistance.

Despite these similarities people would assume, due to the lightweight and “flimsy” appearance of elastic-styled bands, that free weights are clearly superior resistance-training equipment. However, studies have shown that muscle activity and peak load during elastic-resistance exercise is similar to that of free-weight training. Research has also found that programs utilizing elastic tubing, elastic bands, and similar devices increase muscle strength and size, and decrease body fat in a similar manner to free-weight training programs. [1][2][7][9]

In other words, your muscle fibers don’t know the difference between dumbbells and elastic bands in a given range of motion—provided the amount of resistance is more or less the same.

 

 

3 UNIQUE RESISTANCE BANDS TO WORK ALL AREAS

Designed to help you lose fat, sculpt and tone all over, PowHERbands work with each other to give you the body you want! Comfortable and ergonomic, these bands don’t snap or pink your skin.  They are also compact, lightweight and are easy to take with you so you never miss a workout.

QUALITY MATERIAL

The non-slip, latex free PowHERbands allow you to focus on your workouts because you aren’t worrying about harmful chemicals or toxins on or near your body.  Durable and extremely functional, the bands provide powerful workouts for your booty, upper body, core, and legs. Target all of your body with over 650 exercises with these safe and secure bands.

NEVER GET BORED

With over 32,000 17 Minute workout combinations, you’ll never get bored, and more importantly, your body will not get used to a routine. Your body will love the challenge of always doing something new and you’ll see the change as a result. Break out of the ordinary and experience the extraordinary .

LOOK & FEEL YOUR BEST!

As you start to glow, your confidence grows! Consistent workouts with powHERbands™️  shapes, builds, strengthens and supports better balance, stability and overall health. The best part – you can achieve all of this in only 17 minutes!

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