We’re solving your lockdown problems, one workout a time. If you’re also short on food, check out the post I made earlier today on introducing fasting into the regime.
Back to the band bonanza. They can provide so much force, with the heavier bands going up to 200kg. So it’s just a case of figuring what you can attach them to, without ripping things off their hinges and collapsing the ceiling. Pretty much any machine in the gym can be mimicked in this fashion.
Check out the last video I posted for a full session of upper body band exercises. It didn’t hurt as much as this one, but that’s expected. Leg day always manages to be brutal.
Leg Day Plan
5 Second Negative Squats – 3 Sets of 15 Reps
Bulgarian Split Squats – 2 Sets of 15 Reps on each leg
Superset – 3 Sets
Banded Bulgarian Split Squats – 15 Reps
Single-Leg Romanian Deadlifts – 15 Reps
Bulgarian Split Squat Countdown – 5 Reps, Hold for 5, 4 Reps, Hold for 4, 3, 3, 2, 2, 1, 10 Second Hold
That one’s going to feel like the finisher.
Box Squats – 3 Sets of 15 Reps
Single Leg Bridges – 10 Reps Wide, 10 Reps Middle, 10 Reps Narrow, 10 Second Hold
We tried Glute Ham Raises, but the bed nearly flipped, so we’ll leave that out for now.
Lying Hamstring Curls – 3 Sets of 12 Reps with a 10 Second Hold on the last rep.
Stay tuned for the next workout, which will be Abs. Which will obviously be made of hundreds of leg raises and sit ups.