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Fitnesshealth.co presents Resistance band training with Rene. In this video you will find four demonstrated resistance band exercises focusing on bicep and shoulder muscles.  Reverse Curls Bicep curls  Frontal raises  Lateral raises    This workout should only take 10 -12 minutes, remember to have a break in-between sets and always drink plenty of water before, during and after exercising.  

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  This exercise is for advanced training with the resistance bands. This exercise is know as a compound movement, as you activate a mixture of the muscles in both lower and upper body.  Muscles; Shoulders, deltoids, gluts, quads & calves1.Start in a standing position with your feet shoulder width apart and your knees relaxed. Keeping a slight bend at the knee whilst completing the exercise movement.  2. Start position hands side of shoulders bent elbows. Push hands up towards the sky arms fully extending when straighten position is reached hold for 1 second and slowly return to start position. 

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  This exercise is ideal strengthening your abductors and core muscles. Squats are an awesome exercise that can help promote  leg and buttock strength and growth. In this exercise I have included a small loop resistance band to increase this will increase the resistance on the muscles throughout the exercise. The lower you squat the better. Just make sure that you think about form every time. Feet inline with shoulders, neutral back and that your knees never go over your toes.   

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