Over the last several weeks while being injured, I’ve been forced to change up my fitness routine quite a bit. I incorporated a lot of cycling, but also got creative with my strength exercises as well. Lucky for me, I’ve been given the opportunity to expand my home gym with 4-Way Resistance Bands from TKO.
This post is sponsored by TKO. All opinions are my own.
One of my favorite upper body exercises is the row. It’s easy, it gets the job done, and I can adjust weight rather simply. When I received the TKO resistance band I was rather excited to add it into rotation for this exact purpose. I’ve since incorporated several other upper body exercises using the 4-way resistance bands but the row is still a staple of my regimen.
There are five things that stand out to me with the bands.
- They’re small, foldable, and lightweight — they’re going to be great to bring with while traveling.
- They’re fully adjustable — and easily adjustable. That means both my husband (6’4″) and I (5’1″) can use them without having to struggle to change any settings or straps.
- They’re foolproof. You can open the box, not have a clue what to do with them, and still get a great workout just by playing around.
- There are countless exercises you can do with 4-way resistance bands. Arms, legs, core, back — so many options and most exercises can work all those muscle groups simultaneously.
- Price point — for under $20, these are an affordable — and integral — part of any full body training.
I’ve been working on my arms, particularly my shoulders, and I’m definitely making progress. I’m also going to begin incorporating the TKO 4-Way Resistance Bands into my IT band rehab. With a little creativity I think I can get a good hip abductor workout with them. It might get tricky but I think I can make it happen.
Bottom line — would I recommend the TKO 4-Way Resistance Bands to family, friends, and clients? Absolutely yes. The price point is perfect, and the adjustability and portability seal the deal for me. A winner through and through.
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