Arm RSS

PreparationAttach a pair of resistance bands to a door anchor and place the door anchor at the bottom of a door. Attach the workout bar to the other ends of the resistance bands. Grab handles with shoulder width apart using overhand grip. ExecutionWith elbows to side, lower the workout bar until the bar nearly touches thighs and return to the original position. Repeat. CommentWhen elbows are fully flexed, they can travel froward slightly allowing forearms to be no more than vertical. This additional movement allows for relative release of tension in muscles between repetitions.

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PreparationConnect a resistance band to the workout bar and attach the other end to a D-ring on an ankle strap. Do the same for a pair of resistance bands. Grab the workout bar shoulder width apart using an underhand grip. ExecutionWith elbows to side, raise bar until forearms are vertical. Lower until arms and repeat. CommentWhen elbows are fully flexed,they can travel forward slightly allowing forearms to be no more than vertical. This additional movement allows for relative release of tension in muscles between repetitions.

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    PreparationConnect a resistance band to the workout bar and attach the other end to a D-ring on an ankle strap. Do the same for a pair of resistance bands. Grab the workout bar shoulder width apart using an overhand grip. ExecutionWith elbows to side, raise the bar until forearms are vertical. Lower and repeat. CommentWhen elbows are fully flexed,they can travel forward slightly allowing forearms to be no more than vertical. This additional movement allows for relative release of tension in Muscles between repetitions.

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PreparationAttach a pair of resistance bands to a door anchor and place the door anchor at a bottom of a door. Attach the workout bar to the other ends of the resistance bands. Grab handles with shoulder width underhand grip. ExecutionWith elbows to side, raise the workout bar until forearms are vertical. Lower and repeat. CommentWhen elbows are fully flexed, they can travel forward slightly allowing forearms to be no more than vertical. This additional movement allows for relative release of tension in muscles between repetitions.

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    PreparationConnect one end of a resistance band to a D-ring on an ankle strap, and attach a handle to the other end. Do the same for a pair of resistance bands. Standing straight, hold the handles by your side withan underhand grip. ExecutionRaise handles, hands moving in a vertical line as you move elbows back. Returning to start position.

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