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Walking Resistance Bands – Upper & Lower

addband_thmWalking Resistance Bands – You can torch both your upper and lower body at the same time by using this light weight, yet durable piece of fitness equipment.  As a matter of fact, these are the exact ones used in several of Beach Body’s workout DVD programs.

Resistance bands add a whole other level of intensity, and as a result more calorie burning and conditioning, than by doing the program with body weight alone.  Skeptical?  Try this;  perform 10 body weight lunges, and then when you get to the top of each rep raise your arms straight up in the air (as if you were doing shoulder presses).  Now, do another set of 10 reps of the exact same movement, but this time add in the Walking Resistance Bands……big difference!  Like night and day.  You’re heart and lungs will be going and you’ll feel a nice pump and burn in your thighs and shoulders.

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This breakthrough pair of beginner-level walking bands works your upper and lower body at the same time to help you shed fat, firm muscle, and increase total-body toning. Includes a pair of handles and foot straps.

largeSculpt and define long, lean muscles with these pro-grade resistance bands. Use them to train your upper and lower body at the same time. Or grip their unique handles and wear the foot straps for a great walking workout with resistance.

Plus you can adjust the bands’ length and tension as you grow stronger, with our patent-pending design. This will help you build strength, tone muscle, and increase bone mass. And if you’re packing for a trip, tuck these lightweight, compact bands in your bag for a great workout anywhere, anytime.

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2 Comments »

  • Canon Camera Bag : said:

    fitness equipments that are chrome plated and using ABS plastics are very common these days coz they are much better .

  • stella said:

    Trying to visulize how these work? I am an avid walker, and use bands to do a upper work out while walking, but it is uncomfortable w/my bands (wrapped across my back or under my rear) Is there a picture of these in action?

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