Full-Body Resistance Band Workout with Door Anchor

This workout is sponsored by ProSource. All opinions—as always!—are my own. I appreciate your support of the brands that make this blog possible. 

First and foremost: Don’t let the “with Door Anchor” part of this workout title throw you off—I’ll show you how to do these moves with regular bands if you don’t have an anchor to use. This resistance band workout will take you about 25 minutes to complete. If you’re short on time though, you could opt to just go through the sequence once instead of twice—that would give you a 12-minute workout instead.

And just a side note before we get to the workout, I want to give you a heads up that blog posts might be a little sporadic over the next couple weeks. Our slumlord surprised us with the news we had to be out by the end of the month so he can turn the whole building into airbnb units so things are a little hectic around here. I am so incredibly tired of moving every year and I don’t care what I have to do to afford it—sell detox tea and Sugar Bear Hair on Instagram?!—the next time I move needs to be into a place I own. Anyway, life update over. On to the workout …

I’m using the Stackable Resistance Bands Set from ProSource. Specifically, their green and red bands attached to a handle and their blue resistance band attached to an ankle cuff. All three are anchored to my door. I love this set. It’s so versatile and allows for tons of different band set ups. The set includes four bands, a door anchor, two ankle straps, two large foam handles and an exercise guide. You can clip everything on and off to get the resistance just how you need it.

So let’s say the heaviest band—which is 16-20 pounds of resistance—is a little too light for a particular exercise. You can just clip on another lighter band to the handles to increase the weight load. In total, 14 possible levels of resistance up to 56 pounds are offered by this set.

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They’re great quality, too. The heavy-duty bands are made of double-dipped latex and they’re 48” long to allow for a total body workout moving through a full range of motion. The set also comes in a convenient carrying case so these are great to pack if you’re traveling. In the summer, I leave the city on most weekends so it’s nice to be able to fit in some resistance training when I’m away from my favorite studios.

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Full-Body Resistance Band Workout with Door Anchor

EQUIPMENT I USED:

For this workout, you’ll perform each exercise for 30 seconds. You flow through the 6-minute sequence (12 exercises) one move to the next without rest. Do the entire thing on the right. Rest for 30 seconds. Do the entire sequence from the top on the left. If you’re short on time, you can stop there (12-minute workout); otherwise, complete once more on each side (24-minute workout)

As with all workouts, make sure you are properly warmed up beforehand. If you’d like a guided warm-up, I have one on my YouTube channel (be sure to subscribe while you’re there! wink wink shameless plug wink wink). Always listen to your body and stop and/or modify if needed.

Resistance Band Door Anchor Exercises:

  • Tricep Kickbacks
  • Straight Arm Triceps Lifts
  • Combo: Kickback + Lift
  • Lunge with Crossbody Row Extension
  • Row in Low Lunge
  • Pulse Combo: Row + Lunge
  • Quad Kicks
  • Straight Leg Quad Lifts
  • Combo: Kick + Lift
  • Lateral Low Squat Step
  • Lateral Leg Lift
  • Squat to Lateral Leg Lift

WEARING | Stripe Out leggings c/o DYI // Nike tank (old but this is similar)

Comments

  1. We love how you styled your DYI stripe out leggings, Nicole! This is an awesome at-home workout as well.

  2. Love this idea! Your way of description is really very authentic which is very useful who want to workout at-home. ThankYou!

  3. Sorry to hear that you have to move again. That stinks! However, I am in love with this blog post. I love when fitness bloggers share great, detailed photos of the moves like you did here. Then I bookmark and refer to the workouts on my phone when I am ready to use them. It has helped me add a lot of new moves to my routine. Thanks!

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