Don't wait for the gyms to reopen to start your fitness journey

STRIKING THE BALANCE between wanting to stay fit while the gyms are closed without dropping hundreds of pounds (and giving up precious space) on a home gym set up is difficult. But rest assured, there is a way - resistance bands.

PUBLISHED: 09:13, Thu, Jan 7, 2021 | UPDATED: 09:13, Thu, Jan 7, 2021

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If you’ve never used the bands before you may be wondering how on earth they could possibly increase the efficacy of a workout. The bands work by increasing resistance during certain exercises to ensure all the muscles are working properly, thereby making your workout more effective - and giving you that lovely burn you’ve been missing.

Resistance bands a great way to add a degree of difficulty to your home workouts if they’ve been getting a little stale, and they take up little to no space in the home. If you’re ready to take your at-home gym routine to the next level, take a look at all our top picks for the best resistance bands on the market.

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Coming as a three-pack of fabric resistance bands with silicone taping for non-slip hold, there’s a band for three different levels of

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