Video 204 | Elastic Resistance Circuit (42 Minute Workout) with Lauren Eirk
45 Minutes • 20-Apr-2021
Circuit training is a great way to build muscle, burn fat, and keep the mind engaged. This workout combines several exercise combinations using the TheraBand and thigh band to work the upper and lower body. Bands do not need Gravity to create resistance like a free weight, so it opens up a lot of creativity! Experience how elastic resistance allows for resistance in multiple planes of motion for exercise variety. This multi-directional resistance allows for more muscle and joint engagement, especially helpful to build strength and prevent injury during functional or sport/hobby specific movements. Bands are inertia-free, so you will not experience momentum or acceleration/deceleration forces like a weight. Enjoy more tone as you burn fat and build muscle.
Amazon Products Used:
Fabric Resistance Band for Legs: https://amzn.to/2WuhPLF
Yoga Mat: https://amzn.to/2ZDSMrH
Clothing by Savvi: https://savvi.com/laureneirk
Tao Tank: Dusty Maroon
Nae Legging: Blue Agave
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