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Bodylastics Workout Bands Exercises:

The exercises below are just a handful that has been taken directly from the Bodylastics user manual. Workout bands can mimic the best gym exercises, however, you need to have the right system. Bodylastics was designed to be the best on the market, period! For a general view of Bodylastics workout band exercises for men and women.

Each exercise is designed to target the intended muscle and is biomechanically correct so that it follows the natural function and movement of the joint. If you have any questions, please contact us at here!

Chest Exercise #1: Resisted Push-up

Gym Equivalent: Bench Press, Machine Chest Press
Area Targeted: Chest

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Chest Exercise #2: Chest Fly

Chest FlyGym Equivalent: Pec Deck, Cable Flys
Area Targeted: Chest

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Leg Exercise #1: Squat

SquatGym Equivalent: Barbell Squat, Smith Machine Squat

Area Targeted: Thighs, Buttocks

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Leg Exercise #2: Lunge

LungeGym Equivalent: Barbell Lunge, Smith Machine Lunge
Area Targeted: Thighs, Buttocks

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Leg Exercise #3: Hamstring Curl

Hamstring CurlGym Equivalent: Laying Hamstring Curl, Seated Leg Curl
Area Targeted: Back of Legs

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Leg Exercise #4: Hip Extension (Buttocks)

Hip ExtensionGym Equivalent: Cable Hip Extension
Area Targeted: Buttocks

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Leg Exercise #4: Calf Raise

Calf RaiseGym Equivalent: Machine Standing Calf Raise
Area Targeted: Calves

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Back Exercise #1: Overhead Latt pull

Overhead Latt pullGym Equivalent: Machine Latt Pull, Cable Latt Pull, Chin Ups
Area Targeted: Back

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Back Exercise #2: Seated Back Row

Seated Back RowGym Equivalent: Seated Cable Row, Machine Back Row
Area Targeted: Back

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.

 


 Shoulder Exercise #1: Front Shoulder Raise

Front Shoulder RaiseGym Equivalent: Front Shoulder Dumbbell Raise, Front Shoulder Cable Raise
Area Targeted: Front Shoulder

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Shoulder Exercise #2: Side Shoulder Raise

Side Shoulder RaiseGym Equivalent: Side Shoulder Dumbbell Raise, Side Shoulder Cable Raise
Area Targeted: Side Shoulder

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Shoulder Exercise #3: Shrug

ShrugGym Equivalent: Barbell Shoulder Shrug, Dumbbell Shoulder Shrug
Area Targeted: Top of shoulder

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Triceps Exercise #1: Kneeling Triceps Extension

Kneeling Triceps ExtensionGym Equivalent: Standing Cable Triceps Extension
Area Targeted: Back of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Triceps Exercise #2: Kickback

KickbackGym Equivalent: Dumbbell Triceps Kickback, Cable Triceps Kickback
Area Targeted: Back of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Biceps Exercise #1: Standing Curl

Standing CurlGym Equivalent: Standing Barbell Curl, Standing Dumbbell Curl, Standing Cable Curl
Area Targeted: Front of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


 Biceps Exercise #2: Preacher Curl

Preacher CurlGym Equivalent: Dumbbell Preacher Curl, EZ Curl Preacher Curl
Area Targeted: Front of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Ab Exercise #1: Resisted Crunch

Resisted CrunchGym Equivalent: Weighted Stomach Crunch Machine
Area Targeted: Stomach

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.

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