How to Improve your Deadlift, Squat and Bench with only Resistance Bands

Some of the questions we’ve been hearing are:

How much Strength will I lose if I don’t regularly lift?

Will I lose all my gains during Isolation?

The simple answer to both…is no! You will not lose your gains! We repeat. You will not lose your gains!

You might be surprised to know that even if you haven’t trained for a prolonged period, strength and size don’t deteriorate as fast as you think.

Though…if you’re not convinced, there’s another simple solution.
Conditioning work through utilizing resistance bands at different levels of tension is one of the best ways to create a unique stimulus to help your body maintain it’s ability to fire off those muscles associated with your favorite lifts!

In the video above and the list below, we’ve outlined 5 movements you can do to help build your deadlift, squat and bench!


  • Banded Deadlift
  • Banded Good Morning
  • Banded Glute Bridge
  • Banded Hip Thrusts
  • Banded Hamstring Curl


  • Banded Squat
  • Heel Elevated Banded Sissy Squat
  • Banded Split Squat
  • BAnded Leg Extension
  • Banded Calf Raise


  • Banded Pushup
  • Banded Chest Fly
  • Banded Pull-Aparts
  • Banded Pullover
  • Tricep Pulldown

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