2-minute Fire Walk with Resistance Band
Individual Strength Exercises • 1m 59s
For this exercise to be effective, you need to choose the right strength resistance band available at any sporting good stores. The band colors indicate the level of resistance. Choose the band that fits your needs.
Keeping the band flat, not bunched, place it just above each
ankle and wrapped around both legs.
With your feet shoulder width apart, the band should be taut.
Bend your knees slightly as if you were in your golf stance, in order to activate the glute medius muscles.
Keep your feet in line with your shoulders, and your hips and shoulders square.
Maintaining the half-squat position, shift your weight over one leg and take a step laterally (sideways) with the other leg.
Return to the start position and repeat on opposite leg.
Alternate stepping side to side with both legs for 8 to 10 repetitions on both sides.
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