If you can't go to the gym right now, try resistance band training at home
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If you can't go to the gym right now, try resistance band training at home



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With gyms around the country closing to slow the spread of coronavirus, staying motivated to workout is a challenge. Since exercise can help keep your immune system strong and relieve the restlessness that comes with cabin fever, it’s worth creating a routine you can do at home. Not sure where to start? Try resistance band training for a serious burn without the gym.

A Complete Resistance Band Set

This resistance band set from Tribe has everything you need to exercise at home. The set comes with cushioned ankle straps, comfortable handles, a durable door anchor and color coded bands that range from 5 to 35 pounds in resistance for a combined resistance of up to 105 pounds. They’re also designed to be anti-snap for a safe home workout.

Cheaper Than a Month at the Gym

One of the biggest perks of resistance band training is that it takes very little space and very little money. This complete set from Tribe is cheaper than a monthly gym membership, and comes with an instructional ebook to guide you through workout routines.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love these Tribe resistance bands for a home workout, giving the set an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. Reviews mentioned how durable the door anchor and hardware on this set was compared to similarly priced items; several customers said it felt like gym quality gear. Customers also loved the compact carrying case and said they got a great workout with equipment they could easily stash in their closet after use.

Tribe Resistance Band Set available from Amazon


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