July 09, 2016
Fitness Health presents lower body leg thigh workout using FH resistance bands. In this high energy workout, you will learn a few basic exercises with the kinetic leg bands. The workout below is set in to 3 exercises per section. If you're a beginner we recommend that you complete each section taking a 1 minute break in between transitions. For advance fitness levels we recommend you can complete all 9 exercises then take a 30 second break in between sets. This workout is spilt into 3 sections. Reps 10 Sets 4 Basic Exercises Knee raises Alternate knee raises Burpee's Using...
workout plans -
June 16, 2016
Using the FH Pro Viper harness for speed training drills. In this video you will find information on using the harness for different drills and how to set up the harness for training. It's important to notice that whilst using the viper harness I always use the strap extension around the supporting structures like poles or trees. Using the Viper Harness will help increase strength. Harness training helps increase the resistance and specify the training set ideally for sports players. All training has to be specific for the sport. If you are a sports player and you want to increase your speed first...
gym in a bag,
August 28, 2015
Whether this is your first year competing or you have been in your sport of choice for ages, pre-season training is essential for season success. However, the one thing that can hold you back from getting the type of training you need to excel is money. It isn’t necessarily cheap to get your body into prime condition, which may make you feel like you have to make a decision between upholding your budget and getting yourself ready to compete. Fortunately, that is a choice that you don’t have to make as there are ways to get essential pre-season training...
resistance band training,
May 23, 2013
a Kinetic Leg Bands Speed Increase What are Kbands ? One of the most unknown but beneficial types of resistance bands in the fitness world is the kinetic leg band. Kinetic leg bands or kbands involve two circle loops that go around each leg with two separate bands, one behind the legs and one in front, connected to each circle loop. Once on your legs any direction you move your legs, besides inward, will now have resistance. Kinetic resistance bands force you to use correct form. You don't end up letting gravity do half the work as you start...