Your exercise equipment arsenal is not complete unless you have a set of these Fit Signals Loop Bands!
These resistance bands are inexpensive and portable making it easy to get your workout in anywhere and everywhere!
Each set of Fit Signals Loop Bands includes three different strengths of bands. The first is the yellow band which is the light strength band, the second is the blue band which is the medium strength band and the third band is the black or heavy strength band. Each set of Fit Signals Loop Bands also comes with a mesh bag making it easy to transport them with you everywhere that you go.
What can you do with the Fit Signals Loop Bands? You can use them as stretching aids, to assist in physical therapy and to give yourself a full body workout.
I personally like using them for working out my lower body but they can be used for a total body workout as well. Not sure how to workout with them? You can incorporate them into just about any exercise that you can think of. They are that versatile!
Here are some examples of a lower body exercises that I do with the Fit Signals Loop Bands.
Standing Side Leg Lifts: Place a Fit Signals Loop Band around both of your ankles and lift your right leg out to the side. Repeat 15 times and then repeat with your left leg.
Side Lunges: Place a Fit Signals Loop Band around both of your ankles and lunge to your right side. Repeat 15 times and then repeat with your left side.
Leg Raises: Lie on your side with the Fit Signals Loop Band around your lower legs. Lift top leg up while keeping the other leg on the floor. Repeat 15 times and switch to the other side.
These are just a few examples of ways that you can use Fit Signals Loop Bands. The sky really is the limit so get creative and find exercises that work for you!
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Do you use resistance bands during your workouts?
How do you incorporate them into your training?