Non Slip Premium Glute Resistance Band – For skiers, the biggest reason to add resistance bands to your workout is to help build and strengthen smaller muscles to enjoy a full day on the slopes
- Size 74cm Circumference, 8.2cm Strap Width, 3mm Thickness, 98g Weight
- The Resistance Band For Legs And Glutes Is Made From Comfortable And Durable Polyester Elasticated Fabric, With Non-Slip Latex Strips On The Inside To Help Grip And Stay In Place
- The Hip Band Is Lightweight, Portable, Perfect For Travel, Ideal For Home Workouts, Gym Exercise, Yoga And Pilates As Well As Sport Warm Ups
Bent-leg lateral walk
Place the looped resistance band around both feet and get into your base athletic stance with feet hip-width apart, knees bent, back straight, and chest upright. From here, step one foot laterally out to the side while the other foot trails slightly behind. Maintain your base athletic stance throughout the movement and make sure that the movement comes from your feet, legs, and hips, not your upper body. Alternate stepping out to the left and to the right for a total of 10 steps.
Straight-leg lateral walk
Again, place the looped resistance band around both feet, with your feet hip-width apart. This time, keep legs straight with just a soft bend in the knee. Perform 5 steps to the right, then 5 steps to the left.
Begin with the resistance band around both feet in a base athletic stance. From here, alternate stepping one foot out behind you diagonally. Once you’ve tapped your foot behind you, immediately bring it back to the starting position. Maintain your base athletic stance throughout with all movement coming from the lower body while keeping your upper body still. Perform for a total of 10 reps.
Begin with the resistance band around both feet, feet slightly narrower than hip-width apart. From here, slowly march in place while stretching the resistance band between both feet. Keep your knees and ankles stacked directly over each other and focus on keeping your toes flexed so the resistance band stays put. You should feel this move in the front of your hips. March in place for a total of 10 steps, focusing on slow, controlled movements to also work your balance.