July 1, 2013

Spartan Resistance Band Metabolic Workout

Spartan Resistance Band Metabolic Workout   In this workout I used Orange Bands (Approximate Resistance in lbs – 10 to 20 pounds) and Black Bands (Approximate Resistance in lbs – 35-55 pounds) both from RBT http://tinyurl.com/RBT-Funk Perform each exercise one after the other with for 40 seconds of work followed by 20 seconds rest. After you complete all 10 exercises, rest for 2 minutes and complete 3 full rounds 1. Front Squats 2. Push Ups 3. High Pulls 4. Bent Over rows 5. Mountain climbers 6. Split Lunge Right 7. Plank 8. Split Lunge Left 9. Military Press 10. Resistance Band Jacks WHY USE RESISTANCE BANDS IN YOUR WORKOUTS! • Bands allow you target any muscle group • Bands allow you to attack a muscle from multiple force vectors and planes of motion • Bands allow you unlimited resistance • Bands ascending resistance allows you to super set on every set • Bands allow you to train anywhere which means you never miss a strength workout • Bands combined with body weight is a proven muscle shock that gets results • Bands allow me to transition quickly into a complimentary exercise or an antagonistic muscle group. • Bands fit any strength level which mean you can blast smaller or larger muscles with a similar band setup • Bands make you eccentrically go through a full range of motion, which makes muscle, lean long and strong versus thick short and strong. • Bands guarantee a concentrically squeezing of the muscle for max recruitment as long as you train full ranges of motion. Plus doing a 2 second isometric at the end of the concentric phase really cranks things up. • Bands allow you to quickly create metabolic, interval strength workouts that are proven to shed fat and shred muscle GET YOUR RESISTANCE BANDS – CLICK HERE

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