What's the difference between Resistance Bands?

What's the difference between Resistance Bands?

At RE-MOVE, we have three different types of resistance bands. It can be confusing which bands are used for what exercises, so in this article, we will breakdown the difference in the types of resistance bands as well as the exercises/strategies to be utilized with each. 

1. RE-MOVE Power Bands 

The RE-MOVE Power Bands are the most versatile resistance bands on the market. You can literally mimic every single movement that you would do with weights in a gym, with these bands. You can achieve significant strength gains with resistance bands alone utilizing high volume workouts. Front squats, squat press, deadlifts, biceps curls, rows, you can do everything with these bands! 


2. RE-MOVE Mini Bands (Non-Latex)

The RE-MOVE Mini Bands are perfect for any warm-up or light workout. Our team begins every warm-up performing hip, shoulder, and core exercises with the RE-MOVE mini bands. These bands are especially great at activating the smaller, connecting muscle groups that support the more dominant muscles. Activating these smaller muscles help stabilize joints and keep you healthy while training hard. The Mini Bands are a staple for anyone who works out, literally. 


3. RE-MOVE Glute Band (Fabric)

The RE-MOVE Glute Band serves many of the same functions as the mini bands, but adds significantly more resistance to build and stabilize the glutes. The Glute band can be utilized for squats, squat jumps, banded shuffles, lunges, and more. 


We've combined all 3 of our resistance bands in the RE-MOVE Resistance Band set. For resistance bands workouts be sure to check out the training resources page! 

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