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Made from high quality and environmentally friendly fabric, these bands are latex-free, durable, abrasion resistant and promise to never make you go “Oh snap!”.
A comfortable wrap around the material of your clothes ensures the perfect grip. No slip, no slide.
3 resistance levels
Available on three different levels so you can choose how hard you want to go. Whether you’re into CrossFit, Yoga or Pilates, it’s time to level up!
Frequently Asked Questions
Hip bands offer more support and resistance to help shape legs, hips, glutes, ankles, and calves when used properly. Best of all, hip bands serve another purpose which is to strengthen and rehabilitate the lower body. Hip bands are sometimes called hip circles, booty bands, or butt bands.
1) MATCHES YOUR FITNESS LEVEL
No matter if you’re just starting with a fitness program or have been an avid athlete, hip bands are easy to use and can fit into any custom workout. In addition to that, hip bands are pretty affordable, with some being under $20.
2) GIVES ADDED FUNCTIONALITY
You may remember from above, but hip bands provide variety and functionality because they can be used for upper body move, especially warm-ups. Use hip bands to test your muscles in new ways so you can get more strength and definition.
3) HIGH DURABILITY AND EFFICIENCY
Hip bands are proven to be effective in shaping glutes and legs and are made to last for a long time. The material and makeup of hip bands make them lightweight, so they can travel with you and take up a minimal amount of space.
All three hip bands provide different levels of resistance during your workouts.
Light Grey - This is the lowest level of resistance out of the 3
Dark Grey - This provides a moderate level of resistance
Black - This provides the maximum resistance.
The resistance hip band can be used for many different exercises such as squat variations, step-ups, thrusts, side steps, focused contractions, lunges, and other glute workouts.
If you’re looking for a few ideas on how to incorporate hip bands in your routine, here are a few strength training exercises you can do.
1) SQUATS (QUARTER MOVE)
This squat variation is made to engage your hip-abductor and help with knee position and stability. The muscles being worked include your glutes, quads, hamstrings. Here’s how to perform the move:
Start by placing the hip band slightly above your knees and stand should-width apart, with a slight bend in your knees.
Keep your chest high and your core engaged as you squat down and bend your knees to 90 degrees (or as low as you can for added difficulty).
Try to push against the bands with your knees during the entire movement
Once you’re in a full squat position, stand up just one-quarter of the way up, then move back down into a squat position
From the squat position, stand back up, completing one single repetition.
Repeat the process for as many times as you can (shoot for at least 10).
2) SIDEWAY (LYING) LEG LIFT
Taking it down to the floor in a lying position, the sideways lying leg lift helps strengthen the hip abductor muscles and helps with mobility. There are two ways you can do the move, one easy and one hard.
Here’s how you can perform either move:
Start by lying on your side with your legs stretched out and stacked on top of each other.
Place the hip band slightly above your knees (the easy way) or place the band around your ankles (the hard way).
You can support your head with your hand as you’re lying down or simply straighten the arm out for stability
With the leg facing the ceiling, lift it as high as possible without contouring or stressing your hip.
Make sure that your upper legs travels vertically and is in line with your resting leg.
Focus on your form and tempo, not rushing to complete each rep.
Repeat the move for 10-12 repetitions before moving on to the other leg.
Those are just a few examples of what you can do with hip bands. There are plenty more adaptation you can follow as you develop your routine. Remember that form and stability is important, otherwise, you risk injuring yourself.