Using A Theraband: FAQ and Exercises for Strengthening Your Entire Body!
By BurgundayBell47
On 08/16/2005 22:36:59
There have been a lot of questions in the past on what a theraband is used for and what exercises can be done with it. Here are some answers to some FAQ about therabands and 18 theraband exercises for you feet, ankles, turnout, legs, abs, and arms!

[big]How does it work?[/big]
-The theraband creates added resistance to simple exercises, making them more challenging and more efficient. The greater resistance helps you build strength quicker.

[big]Why Should I Use a Theraband?[/big]
-It can be used to strengthen those places that otherwise are hard to strengthen.
-It is a good tool for injury recovery and building back strength.
-The extra resistance gives you a greater ability to improve strength!
-It’s an inexpensive way to strengthen your body! Therabands generally run for about $4-6 a piece.
-It’s easy to use! And easy to take anywhere you go!
-It has unlimited possible uses~

[big]Where can I buy a theraband?[/big]
-They can be found at local dance or exercise stores or even at Walmart or Target, usually with the pilates and yoga equipment.
-Online you can find them at www.discountdancesupply.com. Gaynor Minden sells the “Dancer’s Dozen” which comes with two very low strength bands and a book of exercises. I prefer the ones that Bunheads sells which can be bought in higher strengths.

[big]Tips for Theraband Use and Care:[/big]
-When using the theraband, try to maintain its natural width. Try not the let it bunch up, because it can slide up/down your legs, dig into your hands, or just become uncomfortable if it does.
-Protect the theraband by removing any rings before using it. Also be careful of sharp finger and toenails.
-Do not use body oils while using a theraband.
-It is possible that the band may snap, especially if it is older. Store the bands outside of direct sunlight. Extreme heat or cold may cause the band to snap.
-Ladies: It’s a good idea to wear your hair up when doing exercises involving the theraband near your hair, just so the band and your hair don’t get mixed up! Ouch!
-Gentlemen: It’s a good idea to wear long socks/something to cover your legs when doing these exercises to prevent the band from pulling leg hair! Again, Ouch!
-Always make sure that if you tie a knot in the band, that it’s secure. You don’t want it popping out in the middle of an exercise!
-As with all strengthening exercises, WARM UP FIRST! You don’t want to injure any muscles!

[big]Exercises:[/big]

[color=green]Feet[/color]

1)Pedeling: Sit on the floor in pike position with feet flexed. Wrap the theraband around the balls of your feet and pull tight. Slowly bend one knee while you stretch through all the points of the other foot until it is fully pointed, then switch, bend the other knee and stretch the other foot.

2)**Metatarsels: This will help in stretching all the way through your toes and making that part of your foot stronger. Sit on the ground with your knees bent and feet resting. Fold the theraband in half and lay it on the ground in front of you. Sitting up straight(you can use a wall if you want), use your toes to pick up the theraband and slowly drop it, spreading all of your toes to pick it up again, and drop it. Repeat as much as youd like~! You can also do this by using marbles and just picking them up.

3)Flex and Point #1: Sitting in a pike position, wrap the theraband around the ball(s) of one or both feet. Put the ends together and pull to create tension. Now point and flex the foot/feet slowly, going through every position of the foot. This creates a stronger, more controlled foot and helps with exercises such as tendus, degages, etc. It also helps build strength for pointework.

4)**Flex and Point #2: Lay on your back with one leg straight up in the air, 90 degree ankle with the floor. Wrap the theraband around the ball of that foot and pull for resistance. Now, slowly, flex VERY hard, and stretch it all the way, flex, stretch, over and over until it burns. If done properly, this should also give you a good hamstring stretch!

[color=green]Ankles[/color]

5) **Wing and Sickle: Sit on the floor with one leg bent, foot resting on the floor, and the other leg bent, turned out with the shin resting on the other leg. Wrap the band around the free foot(towards the top, around the ball) and, putting the ends together, pull them towards you. Then, with your foot fully pointed(or you can flex the toes, as long as the ankle is fully pointed) slowly wing the foot and then bring it back to a neutral position. You can then either continue doing that, or you can alternate winging the foot and sickling it, but if you weaker ankles you probably just want to wing it. This will strengthen the muscles around the “ankle bone” on the outside of your foot(which really isn’t your ankle bone). Another way of doing this exercise is to flex the foot with the theraband around it and wing and sickle it, making a bigger half-moon shape.

[color=green]Turnout[/color]

6)**Rotating out and in: Lay on your side with your knees bent one on top of the other and your elbow resting on the ground to allow you to sit up a little (make sure you are really over your hip and not sinking back). Take your theraband and wrap it around your legs, midthigh. You can either tie the ends together, or put them together and hold on to them with one hand, whichever you find works best. Rotate the top leg out and in, about 10-15 times. Don't overdo this one because you could injure your piriformis muscle, a tiny muscle that controls most of your turnout.

7) **Bridge: Lay on your back with your knees bent, wrap the band around your thighs, then roll your pelvis and back up so that you are making a flat surface with your thighs and stomach, then slowly roll through your spine back down. Repeat. To make this harder, do it with one leg crossed over, resting on the other thigh. You really have to work to keep your pelvis level!

8) Rond de Jambe: Stand in first position and tie the theraband around both leg tightly midthigh. Holding onto a barre/something for support if needed, do eight rond de jambes en d'hors(outside) and eight rond de jambes en de dans(inside). Do this on both legs. The resistance should make these harder than normal rond de jambes. Focus on rotating out and going through each position.

[color=green]Legs:[/color]

9) **Standing Leg Curls: Standing upright near a wall with hands on the wall, place the theraband in a circle around the bottom of your left foot/shoe and your right ankle(tie ends in a knot. you’ll want to make the circle a smaller one for more resistance.) Slowly curl your right lower leg up towards the ceiling until it is parallel with the floor. Pause and slowly return to original position. Do 10 repetitions on each leg. This exercise is a great hamstring strengthener.

10) Side lunges: Standing with feet parallel, shoulder-width apart and the band tied in a circle around the legs, above the knee, slowly step to the right and plié, then return to original position. Do 10 repetitions to each side.

[color=green]Abdominals:[/color]

11) Crunches with the theraband: Lie on your back with knees bent and place the theraband running the length of your body underneath you. Grasp the end of the bend with both hands behind your head with elbows out wide. Now proceed as you would doing normal crunches, curling up until your shoulder blades are off of the floor. Try to keep your “belly button” pressing to the floor, not letting your abs “crunch up” even though these are called crunches :-P

[color=green]Arms:[/color]

12) Bicep Curls: Star standing upright with your feet shoulder width apart. Place one end of the theraband under your right foot. Grip the other end with your right hand so that there isn’t any slack in the band. Place the elbow close to the body and palm facing upward. Slowly curl the forearm up towards your shoulder. Pause and slowly return back to original position. Do 10 repetitions on each side.

13) Tricep Press Down: Get a small towel, fold it lengthwise and put it around the back of your neck. Then place the theraband around the back of your neck, on top of the towel. Grab both ends of the theraband(one in each hand) so that your forearms are parallel to the ground, elbows bent at about a 90 degree angle. Slowly extend forearms down, pulling the theraband down and rotating the palms toward the back. Pause and slowly return to original position. Do 10 repetitions.

14) **First to Second: This exercise mimics the transition of the arms from first position to second position in ballet. It helps strengthen the pectoral and arm muscles involved. Hold each end of the theraband in one hand in front of you, as if you were in first position. Now, keeping arms rounded, open arms out to second while holding the theraband. Hold and return your arms to first position.

15) Forearm Flexor: Sit on the edge of a chair and place one end of the theraband under your right foot. Overlap the ends of the band into your right hand and place your forearm on your thigh with the palm facing upward, making sure there is no slack in the band. Slowly curl your wrist upward toward your body. Pause and slowly return to original postition. Do 10 repetitions on each side.

16) Forearm Extensor: Same as above exercise, only with the palm facing downward, lifting the wrist up back towards you.

17) One Arm Pull Down: Grab one of the theraband with one hand above the head. Grab the other end with the other hand and slowly pull that side down to the side of your body. Return to above head. Do 10 reps on each side.

18) Side Lateral Raises: Standing upright, palce one end of theraband under one foot. With the corresponding arm, grab the other end of the theraband, palm facing front. Slowly raise the arm up and out from the side of the body until just below shoulder height. Pause and slowly return to original position. Do 10 reps on each side

[big]Things to Remember:[/big]

-On many of these you are pulling the theraband for resistance, but its important to make sure that the muscles you’re targeting are doing most of the work, not your arms(in non-arm exercises) or the theraband.
-WARM UP first! Stretch out afterwards!
-Maintain proper posture while doing these exercises and try not to hold any unneeded tensions in your body(mainly your shoulders).
-Breathe!
-Stay attuned to your body! If any exercise causes you to hurt, STOP! Don’t overdo any of these.

**Exercises with two stars next to them are my personal favorites.

I hope this answers a lot of your questions about therabands. If you have any more or need something clarified, feel free to PM me!
Lizi~
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By Pebz
On 08/17/2005 07:35:59
KARMA!!! I love you! Thanks for all these GREAT tips. This should be a sticky.
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By FabulousFeet
On 08/17/2005 09:45:22
These exercises are great! I have been meaning to get a theraband for a little while now, but now I definetly am going to get one! Thank you!
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By AuntFanny
On 08/17/2005 10:52:13
Karma! I also modded it to be a sticky.

Anyway, I will definitely try the ones for your feet. Thanks!
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By Coconut06
On 08/20/2005 21:39:28
If i wasn't a newbie I would give you tons of KARMA! Great job on this post. I use my bath robe rope to stretch with and i was wondering about therabands. Now that I know their many uses, and how inexpensive they are, I will definately get one and use it. Thanks for all the great advice and time you put into your post!:)

Stacey
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By dance_forever21
On 08/28/2005 12:09:25
This is a great thread! I've been looking for some more theraband excercises for ages! Thanks! :)
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By angeldancer21
On 08/29/2005 10:19:29
very helpful thread, i think its time for me to buy Therabands , and i think they will help me , now i know where to buy them and how much they cost , and what types of exercises i can do with them , this is so helpful! ,

ok i gotta go now i have been on this site for an hour at least. i have found alot of helpful posts here thank you so much.

i think i will make a notebook about stretching ,
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By sasaballerina
On 09/01/2005 02:37:24
great exercises! karma coming! :)
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By dance_forever21
On 09/02/2005 14:04:43
What do you mean when you say, "Tie the thearaband in a circle?" or to "Place the theraband in a circle?"
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By BurgundayBell47
On 09/02/2005 17:20:55
I mean make a circle with the band, with the ends touching or tied together, usually wrapped around your legs or feet or whatever the exercise calls for, does that make sense? Tell me if it doesn't and I'll try to clarify more!
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By dance_forever21
On 09/02/2005 21:25:36
Ohhh yes I understand now. Thanks!
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By Jenna
On 09/03/2005 18:39:44
Thats fab! Thanks! I love my therabands and taht was quite informative!
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By bigwinner
On 10/16/2005 21:15:29
with stretching it is good to strengthen too or else you can get "wobbly"
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By Camyellez
On 10/16/2005 21:21:16
I've been looking for theraband exercises too. Especially for my turnout. I just don't have the strenth to hold it eventhough my turnout is stretched out.
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By bigwinner
On 10/20/2005 20:33:01
this a really nice post it is very informative
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By bigwinner
On 11/02/2005 22:32:17
Great excercises! I'll go and try them.
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By buffercheen
On 11/12/2005 08:35:03
are therabands the same as the pilates bands(multicoloured stretchy rubbery things)? I'm wondering if I can use those instead?
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By c5luver
On 11/15/2005 13:28:12
Thank-you. Very infromative. I'll have to try them.

c5luver :D
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By BBBallet00
On 11/18/2005 11:12:03
wow thank you so much i love all of the excersizes you suggested. they really helped
FAQ Thera band
By keshetdancer
On 11/28/2005 16:44:53
Thank you soooo much for this it really helped!!
FAQ Thera band
By keshetdancer
On 11/28/2005 16:46:11
Thank you soooo much for this it really helped!!
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By xKirsty
On 12/27/2005 22:38:20
WOW these are amazing. THANKS!
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By evawin
On 01/13/2006 12:57:40
Excellent work you put into this post! Karma for the knowledge :)
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By HEMINC
On 02/09/2006 05:56:49
Finally a 101 useful things to do with my Theraband. You are FAB! tHanKs ._._._._._
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By fadinha
On 02/13/2006 20:32:26
Great post, very informative. I've had a band for years and only used it for stretching, these are the first exercise that actually work for me with the band.
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By NJDance
On 02/19/2006 12:31:35
Thank you for such a great post. I use therabands all the time but you gave me some new exercises to try.. Thank you thank you thank you!
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By smileywoman
On 02/19/2006 19:40:36
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have therabands and a couple of measly exercises that came on a sheet, but phewy! Karma to you and I'm off! *goes to stretch*
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By brydee
On 03/23/2006 16:03:06
*** hey thanks alot!i have got a workshop to go too soon and these exercises REALLY help! all those exercises worked!- espeasaly the ancle,arms,abdminals!

thanks
****
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By BurgundayBell47
On 04/16/2006 10:36:55
Depending on how flexible your hamstrings are right now, this may or may not help.

To stretch your hamstrings with a theraband, lay on you back with one leg straight on the floor, the other straight in the air, perpendicular to the ground. Wrap the theraband around your heel/foot and grab the ends together. Use the theraband to pull your leg closer to your head, keeping the knee straight. You might already do this stretch normally just with your arms pulling the leg. It helps some people to use a theraband, but others think its easier without it.
The Theraband Exercises
By BalletAlyssa
On 04/30/2006 19:43:07
I have a theraband but I haven't used it much. With these exercises I now know how to use it and acheive hopefully the best results I can! Thanks a bunch!
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By Guyenne
On 05/03/2006 01:12:06
I saw somewhere in here that the two bands the gaynor minden package comes with are lower resistance level bands, but was the book worth it to any of you starting out? I.e. knowing that the two bands are lower resistance, is it still worth it to start out with the package to get the book, knowing that you'll have to buy a higher resistance band at some point?
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By Guyenne
On 06/05/2006 19:35:46
According to Amazon, the bands are 4"X6'.
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By BurgundayBell47
On 08/03/2006 16:48:49
Discountdance.com has the Bunheads therabands. But if you don't want to order it online, some dance stores and most walmarts and targets carry them. Usually though, if you get them from a walmart or target, they come in fitness kits along with a pilates ball or workout dvds or something of the sort. I got three in a Reebox fitness set, each was a different strength, but I found only the heavy one was strong enough.
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By Dean1
On 12/03/2006 17:07:27
THankyou for the information i have always wanted to know a bit more about them thanks
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By Blind2Limits
On 10/04/2007 21:55:11
Since im starting ballet at 19, it's hard to get my feet to do what i want them to do without breaking them first lol -- Hopefully!! -- The theraband is the only way I can get my feet to point so I cant wait till I get my next check, it'll be the first thing I buy!!!!
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By mysticshoe
On 11/16/2007 19:12:26
are therabands the same as the ones you use for pilates?
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By nycdancer4u
On 03/31/2008 07:15:22
Thank you so much for this. It is heaven sent since I just found my long lost theraband. Can't wait 2 get started.
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By hannelore
On 04/02/2008 16:50:02
please note, i'm NOT saying that it's not good, but i'm from belgium and I do not speak very good english so I have difficulties understanding what you mean. I only understand 40% of what you're saying. So I suggest, when you have a lazy day, make pictures of each exercice !! Than this tread would be one of the best ! greets xx
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By pointeballerino
On 05/26/2008 17:18:43
I just tried a few of the exercises..and now my legs and feet feel worked! thanks so much for this fabulous post!
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By xxdancex3x
On 07/11/2008 15:48:57
thanks so muchh! i definitively am going to need to buy one of those (therabands) thank you again.
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By Filya
On 08/31/2008 08:27:20
Huh! Very interesting thing! Maybe I'll buy one. It seems to help. .
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By adasuv
On 09/28/2008 10:01:14
hey this is really usful, and I know that it really works! I have the green one and its just great.
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By ChimmiSHAKE
On 10/29/2008 03:15:29
Hey! Thanks for the great post, i just bought myself a purple theraband and I'm ready to break it in! =] x
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By missbliss
On 12/22/2008 20:28:41
the second one for points is MAGIC!!
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By idanceallday4Him
On 01/18/2009 14:09:45
Thank you so much. if I wasn't new to dance.net I would give you KARMA
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By danseurnoble
On 06/08/2009 05:26:15
Thank you! I love my theraband! I've been using it for around a year now.
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By DianeDean
On 07/03/2009 20:02:57
I have a pilates band that came with my windsor pilates pack. Is this the same thing as a theraband? It would be good if I could use this instead of having to buy something else?
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By DianeDean
On 07/03/2009 20:07:03
I have a pilates band that came with my windsor pilates pack. Is this the same thing as a theraband? Would be good if I could use this instead of having to buy something else?
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By iDancer518
On 09/03/2009 11:03:43
Dude, yes!! I just got my theraband and I've been looking for good exercises to do. Thank you!! And to answer the previous question, the pilates band and the theraband are pretty much the same because they both provide a good resistance needed for strenghtening.
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By nicola1211
On 01/08/2010 20:49:34
wow! thanks so much for this! i have been out of ballet for 5 years and have been looking for stretches and things to help get me flexible again and this is really helpful! if you have any other advice for me to get me back in shape that would be great!
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By mwilkins
On 01/21/2010 10:57:37
I can't thank you enough for this post!
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By Adancer624
On 01/30/2010 14:55:05
Thank you for this. I am printing it out so that I can do it all the time!
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By dancestar88551
On 01/31/2010 18:29:46
this is very helpful! I know that i am definitly going to be looking at this often, and showing people who don't know about it. This must have taken some time to do this;p thanks for posting it!
Back Exercises
By cooperjames
On 06/23/2010 11:11:37
Back Exercises This is a wonderful opinion. The things mentioned are Great and needs to be appreciated by everyone.
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By timmay2010
On 09/22/2010 17:37:07
That's a great post. Thanks. **** Stretching Exercises
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By timmay2010
On 09/22/2010 17:39:26
That's a great post. Thanks. **** Stretching Exercises
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By DestinyAllen
On 11/16/2010 14:38:52
Excellent post with some really usefull information, I normally use my robe tie but will definately be purchaseing a theraband and I now know that they are not expensive at all. Many different exercises. Thank you soooo much. ;0)
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By dancer_aimyXo
On 02/22/2011 15:42:12
Great Info thank you so much :D
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By Dancecampdisney
On 06/24/2011 12:16:42
therabands are amazing they stretch and strengthen at the same time. you can stretch any muscle with them and it helped get my arabesque past 90 degreed [excited]
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By Dancecampdisney
On 06/24/2011 12:17:24
therabands are amazing they stretch and strengthen at the same time. you can stretch any muscle with them and it helped get my arabesque past 90 degreed [excited]
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By Dancecampdisney
On 06/24/2011 12:18:07
therabands are amazing they stretch and strengthen at the same time. you can stretch any muscle with them and it helped get my arabesque past 90 degreed [excited]
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By bombsquaddancers
On 09/14/2011 13:09:41
Thanks for this info very informative!!
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By AnRinceoirRua
On 12/30/2011 23:11:00
Just got my medium-strength Theraband in the mail today. I'm hoping to gradually strengthen my vulnerable ankles to prevent injury. This post is going to be very helpful! Thanks so much for posting.
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By baladibabe
On 02/04/2012 10:31:57
FABULOUS! Thanks so much for all the great guidance. I have been using a Theraband since an ankle injury some years ago, and love it, but have never tried many of these exercises. This is a GREAT to have so many new things to try!
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By Katieeleach
On 02/06/2012 06:11:16
I don't quie understand this :Standing Leg Curls: Standing upright near a wall with hands on the wall, place the theraband in a circle around the bottom of your left foot/shoe and your right ankle(tie ends in a knot. you’ll want to make the circle a smaller one for more resistance.) Slowly curl your right lower leg up towards the ceiling until it is parallel with the floor. Pause and slowly return to original position. Do 10 repetitions on each leg. This exercise is a great hamstring strengthener. What does it mean "plarallel to the floor" what should your leg look like ?? Also I don't understand this: Hold each end of the theraband in one hand in front of you... does this mean hold both ends in just the one hand? Please help! I just want to be sure !
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By adz
On 02/12/2012 06:23:19
thankyou! i didnt realise the thera band had so many uses!!! will definetaly be using it more
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By camymac_dancer
On 07/22/2012 02:28:29
I'm totally trying these! I just got my Theraband, literally, ten minutes ago! Haha, thanks. :)
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By Flexygirl98
On 08/30/2012 11:53:12
Good advice that works
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By camymac_dancer
On 08/06/2013 09:44:29
Perfect!! Definitely using these. :)
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