Steve Pumphrey

Changing Lives Through Fitness Coaching

Complete at Home Resistance Band Workout

No Excuses!

I don’t have a gym membership. I don’t have gym equipment at my house. I don’t have any space to workout. I travel a lot. Be done with your excuses! In this video, my No Excuses Complete at Home Resistance Band Workout, I’ll show you an awesome resistance band kit that doesn’t cost much, takes up hardly any space, and can tag along wherever your travels take you.

Don’t have bands?

If you’d like to buy this exact kit, click this link to my Amazon store: https://amzn.to/3TFQpOx (Disclosure – I’ll make a small commission if you purchase.)

In the video, I’ll show you how to set up your bands and do a variety of exercises, including:

Push Exercises:

  1. “Bench” Press (but you don’t need a bench!)
  2. Declined Press
  3. Overhead Press
  4. Triceps Extension

Pull Exercises:

  1. Lat Pull Downs
  2. Single Arm Rows
  3. Face Pulls
  4. Curls

Leg Exercises:

  1. Squats
  2. Leg Curls
  3. Hip Adductions (I explain this in the video)
  4. Hip Abductions (Yep, I explain this on too!)

Medical Disclaimer:

Before starting any exercise program, you’ll want to check with your Dr., especially if you have any preexisting medical conditions!

Warm-Up First!

Also, before starting your workout, you’ll want to do some warmup exercises. Take your dog for a brisk walk, do some jumping jacks, or some leg lunges. Anything to get your blood flowing and elevate your heart rate. About five or ten minutes should do the trick.

For more info:

Check out the exercises in the video and let me know if you have questions! You can also contact me for information on my one-on-one nutrition and fitness coaching.

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