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Resistance Exercise Training
Having a resistance exercise routine with rubber bands or rubber tubing might sound like a new fitness craze. However resistance and isometric training has been around for 1000"s of years. Examples of early forms of resistance exercises yoga and oriental martial arts. These exercises typically involve contractions of the muscle using the body"s own structure and pushing against the ground. The ground is an unmovable object and thus, offers resistance. Your muscles "work" by trying to overcome this resistance and become stronger over time. The goal of resistance training, according to the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI), is to "gradually and progressively overload the musculature system so it gets stronger."
Resistance bands are generally made from heavy gauge rubber or other durable but semi-flexible material. This type of elastic resistance does not cause the momentum associated with free weights. If you have worked out with free weight before you have probably felt pain in your joints. It is the momentum of the weight which over extends past the normal motion of a joint that causes pain and injury. To avoid damaging ligaments, tendons and joints, many professional athletes will use resistance bands as part of their workout routine. Unlike free weights, rubber resistance bands do not create the momentum that causes joint injuries. Have you ever been injured when working out hard? All your progress is stopped because now you have to rehab from an injury. This down time could last weeks or even months. This is another reason why working out with resistance bands is beneficial NO down time due to injury.
Resistance Exercise Bands
Resistance exercise bands are highly effective and underrated exercise tools that deliver real fitness results. Here are several reasons why you should to exercise with resistance bands.
- They work and you won"t end up with painful joints.
- They are portable. You take your exercise bands anywhere. So you don"t have to miss a workout.
- You can work all major muscle groups.
- The band tension causes your muscles to stabilize your whole body which helps with core coordination.
- Band exercise systems are inexpensive!
- Great for all fitness levels.
Top Selling Resistance Bands and Resistance Tubing
UniBand Latex Free Resistance Bands: The Uniband Line of resistance bands is the first to offer superior quality bands that are entirely latex free while still maintaining their strength and durability over time. These exciting new exercise tools will not deteriorate from pool water, making them the perfect accompaniment to water aerobics or any aquatic exercise routine!
Cando Fitness Adjustable Resistance Band System The band tension causes your muscles to stabilize your which helps with core coordination. Each resistance band is adjustable for size and resistance strength, and the handy exercise card helps guide you through the most beneficial exercises with the device.
Theraband Resistance Bands Set Provides both positive and negative force on the muscles, improving strength, range of motion and cooperation of muscle groups These resistance bands cost much less than other exercise equipment sold with claims of achieving similar results, plus they are portable and versatile with virtually unlimited uses. Theraband Resistance Bands Set are recognized and used throughout the world.
Gymstick Fitness Tool The exercise bands are made of quality, latex rubber. The latex is specifically designed for exercise use, and therefore made to be durable and retain its elasticity. At each end of the sticks are rubber stoppers. These stoppers are made of durable, non-skidding material.
From Gymsticks to hand exercisers Active Forever offers the best resistance training equipment and accessories for your pain free workouts. Shop at Activeforever.com and save big on all exercise and fitness equipment.