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  Floor sprints are a great plyometric exercise that require high energy explosive movements.  This exercise is ideal for professional athletes who are looking to strengthening your lower body muscles and increase reaction and speed movements. The exercise will increase your fast twitch muscle fibres, which help increase speed and promote muscle growth. In the press up position both upper legs and core are incorporate in the movement.  Floor Sprint Exercise  1. Place yourself in press up position with your feet parallel facing forwards, shoulder width  apart  2. Keeping your left leg on the ground for support. Bring you right knee up to...

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Laying Cycling Kinetic Band Exercise  This exercise can be a great way to get started with the kinetic leg bands. From the laying position this is a comfortable way to start. This exercise keeps your core muscle's contracted throughout the movement, whilst your upper leg abductors and hip flexors are also engaged in this movement.  Method From the laying position raise and lift legs off the floor into kneeling position,keeping them off the floor the duration of the exercise. Extend one leg forward whilst keeping the other in the static kneeling position. Once maximum movement is reached, hold and then return to start...

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This exercise is ideal strengthening your lower body, core and upper body muscles. Squats are awesome at building leg and buttock muscles. In this exercise we have included a large loop resistance band to increase the resistance in the exercise, the bands come in different tensions, so you can increase your load by adding another band into the exercise or by just using a higher tension. Just a few pointers for this exercise. Stand with your feet parallel facing forwards, shoulder width apart. Then lower your body as far as you can by pushing your hips back and bending your knees. Returning to start position, then...

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Fitness leg band exercises are ideal for leg strengthening. Also great for cardio fitness, because you're working against the bands as a form of resistance, your heart has to pump more blood to your cells and muscles to keep you going. Therefore, you get a stronger heart and more calories burned per session just by adding these simple little bands to your exercise routine. This workout is ideal for strengthening Hips and Upper thighs. Recommend for lateral strengthening. I recommend that you take short breaks in-between exercises if you're new to training with FH Pro kinetic leg bands . I always...

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Q. What do resistance leg bands do? A. develop higher levels of strength First and foremost, if you exercise your legs using Fh pro kinetic leg bands , they’re going to get stronger. The bands act as a form of resistance against your muscles which makes them work harder than they would if you work out with no resistance whatsoever. It’s like pulling a sled behind you. If it has no weight, it’s easy and not very taxing on your body. However, if you have it loaded with cinder blocks, then it’s going to require more muscle strength to get it...

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