Resistance bands are a popular alternative to weights for strength training because they are versatile, portable, and can provide similar results with less chance of injury. The resistance provided by a band can be adjusted by changing its position or the amount of tension applied, making it easy to customize a workout to match your fitness level. Additionally, bands can be used to target specific muscle groups in a way that is not as easy with weights, which can help to reduce the risk of injury.
Another benefit of using resistance bands is that they are lightweight and easy to pack, making them a great option for people who travel frequently or want to work out at home. They can also be used in combination with other equipment, such as weights or bodyweight exercises, to add variety to your workout routine.
In summary, resistance bands are a versatile and portable alternative to weights that can provide similar results while reducing the risk of injury. They can be used to target specific muscle groups and to add variety to your workout routine.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many sets, whats the number or reps & how much weight should I be using during this program?
Typically a safe answer in any fitness program is 4 to 6 weeks. Depending on your discipline to your protocol and your motivation to execute it, some individuals will see faster results. At WCFC, we are working towards the end result, therefore the quick fix won’t be found here.
Generally, 2 to 3 workouts per week is a good place to start. Leave yourself room for growth in your fitness journey as 2 – 3 times per week will get you results in the first place. As your program slows, additional volume and / or nutrition changes will be implemented to avoid accommodation(plateau).
Bands are not mandatory to train the WCFC way; however, they are strongly encouraged. As seen in your band tutorial video, users that do not have bands will have an optional cable movement.
Absolutely not! WCFC caters to all shapes, all sizes & all ability levels. Training variables will be provided for all skill levels, from average Joes to WCFC Pros.
H. I. I. T. Workouts will be shorter in duration and average roughly 20 minutes. WCFC Virtual daily trainer averages 45-60 minutes depending on skill level and attention to proper form.