One question that people often ask when they encounter Resistance Band for the first time or when informed about their efficacy is: Do they actually work? This is not surprising given the simplistic and portability of the equipment. The short and simple answer to the question is “Hell yes, they do!” but you gotta try it to believe it.

So, if the reason that brought you to this page was the desire to learn more about Resistance Band, we recommend that you invest a few more minutes to read the content of this post so you can learn how Resistance Band actually work and the many benefits you stand to gain from using the equipment.

Admittedly, we are biased because we sell our unique line of POWERGUIDANCE Resistance Band and evangelize the virtues of using them. But we also use them ourselves and have helped thousands of people just like you make positive strides in improving their strength, stamina and body composition.

In addition to toning and shaping booties, mini loop Resistance Band are often recommended by physicians and physical therapists for building glute strength, rehab, and 'prehab' (proactive strengthening). Now, read on to learn the nitty-gritty of Resistance Band!



Resistance Bands are designed to be placed around the thighs, legs, ankles, feet, shoulders, and arms. They are used as part of a physical exercise program with the intention to add an additional resistance challenge to natural movements such as squats, lunges, slides, and kicks. This additional ‘load’ applied during functional movements accelerates results by helping you to burn fat in more areas, increase strength more efficiently, and tone your glutes within a shorter time frame.


Some people may wonder if their resistance bands are challenging them adequately. They may prefer to know exactly how much weight they are lifting, and they might ask themselves if weights or exercise machines would be more rigorous. However, most owners of resistance bands have found them to be effective tools in their exercise regimen. Users generally get excellent results out of their workout when they put enough energy and effort into it. With the right exercise form and the correct resistance level or tension in the band, users‘ muscles will get plenty of exercise. While exactly how much weight or pressure is being applied while using resistance bands vari- es, the results are undeniable after a workout.

Resistance training involves the use of hydraulic tension, free weights, weight machines, or elastic bands to provide resistance performing upper-body, core, or lower-body exercises. Resistance training with resistance bands can be beneficial for individuals of all ages and activity levels. To get the most out of your training, purchase the right size and type of band.