Shoulders Resistance Band Training - Get Ready To Get Stronger

Looking to get started with shoulder resistance band training? You’ve come to the right place. Resistance band exercises are an effective way to build strength in your shoulders and other muscles. They’re also convenient, requiring minimal space and equipment.

Five Exercises to Strengthen Your Shoulders with Resistance Band Training

This article will look at five resistance band exercises that are perfect for any beginner. So, let’s dive in!

1. The Shoulder Press

The shoulder press is a great exercise for targeting your shoulders. To get started, stand in the middle of the resistance band with both feet about hip-width apart. Hold the band’s handles and press them up towards the ceiling until your arms are extended above your head.

Make sure to keep your core tight throughout the exercise and slowly lower your arms back down until they reach shoulder level before repeating. Aim for 3 – 6 sets of 10-12 reps each time you do this exercise.

2. Upright Row

The upright row is another great exercise for targeting your shoulders and upper back muscles. Stand on the middle of a resistance band with both feet about hip-width apart and hold onto the handles with an overhand grip (palms facing downwards).

Keep your elbows close to your body as you pull up towards your chin until both hands reach below it before slowly lowering them back down again. Aim for 3 – 6 sets of 10-12 reps each time you do this exercise.

3. Shoulder Rotation

This is an excellent exercise for strengthening rotator cuff muscles in the shoulder joint while improving flexibility in these areas. Start by standing on one end of a resistance band with one foot while holding onto the other with both hands at chest level (palms facing downwards).

Rotate both hands outwards until they reach shoulder level before slowly releasing back down again – make sure to keep tension on the band throughout this movement! Do 3 – 6 sets of 10-12 reps each time you do this exercise.

4. Back Fly

Back flys work those pesky rear deltoids while also working those biceps and triceps too! Stand on one end of a resistance band with one foot while holding onto the other end with both hands at chest level (palms facing downwards).

Keeping the tension on the band, raise both arms outwards until they reach shoulder height before slowly releasing back down again – repeat this movement for 3 sets consisting of 10-12 reps each time you do this exercise too!

5. Bent Over Side Raise

Last but not least, the bent-over side will target all three heads of your deltoids – front, rear, and lateral – plus it works those biceps and triceps too! Stand on one end of a resistance band with one foot while holding onto the other end with both hands at chest level (palms facing downwards).

Keeping the tension on the band, raise one arm outwards until it reaches shoulder height before slowly releasing it back down again – repeat this movement for 3 sets consisting of 10-12 reps each time you do this exercise too!

The Last Word on Get Ready To Strengthen Your Shoulders With Resistance Band Training

Resistance bands can be a great way to strengthen your shoulders without worrying about heavy weights or bulky gym equipment taking up space in your home or office.

The five exercises outlined above are perfect starting points if you’re new to using resistance bands for shoulder exercises – so get ready to build some serious strength! Good luck!

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By Terry Clark

Terry Clark, M.S. is a math professor, certified fitness trainer, nutritionist, bodybuilding coach, writer, and fitness enthusiast. Terry loves working out, math, music, chess, cooking, writing, and teaching.

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