12 moves you can do with a resistance band, the only piece of exercise equipment you need.

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When we all found out we’d be spending our time at home for the foreseeable future, toilet paper wasn’t the only thing people stocked up on.
They also bought all the exercise dumbbells. Literally, you can’t find an affordable set of dumbbells anywhere right now.
If you’re keen to workout from home and body weight exercises are a bit boring, never fear.
You can still buy a humble resistance band from so many places on the internet.
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Resistance bands are the most underrated pieces of exercise equipment out there. Clearly, because they’re still in stock at most retailers.
Whether you choose a tube band with handles or a stretchy loop band (or both), resistance bands might not look like much but, gee, they bloody burn once you start using them.
You can find bands on their own, or in a set of bands with different strengths, and they’re also fairly affordable.
But what can you actually do with a resistance band and can you achieve the same kind of results you could with a set of weights? The answer is heck yes.
So you know what to do with your band of choice when it arrives, we asked two kick arse trainers – Henny Moody, Lauren Simpson Fitness Content Strategist and home training expert, and Melony Cherrett, founder of Fitesque – to share their favourite band exercises that can be done at home for a full body resistance band workout.
Then, all you have to do is… actually do it. Enjoy!
Targets: Legs and cardiovascular system.
Targets: Legs and cardiovascular system.
Feature image: Supplied/Henny Moody and Melony Cherrett.
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