Resistance bands

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Glenwils, Dec 21, 2011.


  1. Glenwils

    Glenwils Member Full Member

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    Anyone use these? I'm following a program that includes a few sessions using them.

    I've just bought these:

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  2. Zaryu

    Zaryu Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I don't, my brother just started using them but it's too soon to tell how well they work. What I think works really well is implementing kettle bells to your work out. I had been hearing of them for a while until I started using them. I think they provide you with some of the most complete workouts. Are you using resistance bands for boxing training or general fitness?
     
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    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Ive started using there Harnesses, Top Gear.
     
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    I used the bands for awile while doing p90x but switched to using regular old dumb bells. I really thinly It's just a mater of preference
     
  6. BladeJrs

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    I enjoy using them from time to time, as they have certain perks. I like the constant resistance so that any momentum can't harm you like dumbells can, or things like overhead tri extensions; dumbells can come crashing down on your head, resistance band won't.

    Also good for travel purposes.
     


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