Dear Friend in Fitness,
Let me get straight to the point of why I created this program specifically for YOU…
I have been training with bands since 1996, and during this time I have had the opportunity to teach 1000’s of active adults and athletes how to get better with bands.
Even though during the years I have created numerous band set-ups, the attachment free single band set-up continues to be my “go to set-up” on a weekly basis for personal and professional training workouts. Training attachment free with bands requires no set-up time or effort, which is why my clients and I make it our “Go To” strength training option.
Attachment free band training allows me to train key movement skills at a high intensity anywhere and anytime. I have yet to find a training approach that simultaneously allows for total convenience with unlimited intensity.
There is hands-down no more portable way to resistance train than using a single band in an attachment free set-up. All you need is a small space to train in. Business, vacation, personal travel, home and outdoor workouts are easy to do anytime and as you will soon see, space is no longer a convenient excuse to not workout.
Back in the day it was all about the weight and how heavy we could go. Well that mind set has changed for me as I have come to realize that form of training on an aging body can be a high-risk low-reward approach. However every now and then those male tendencies kick in and pushing a little heavier resistance is fun to try. Fortunately with bands, resistance is unlimited and it doesn’t require me packing weights and barbells to accomplish this, and it allows me to gradually progress into the resistance which is a much safer approach.
As a fitness minded physical therapist, I learned that the more vectors and angles you can train at the leaner more defined your body is going to be. The pliability of a resistance band allows you to quickly change up your angles and force vectors during a workout which not only keeps the workout fresh, it also keeps the muscles constantly guessing and adapting.
I hate having to change weights or grab a different size dumbbell or kettlebell as I transition through a strength circuit. Very often time is a premium and I need to be able to move through my strength workout efficiently. Fortunately with band training, switching from one exercise to the next comes down to simply changing your feet, hands or band position on the body. All of these changes take literally seconds, which keeps recovery short and the metabolic system churning.
The key to a great workout is INTENSITY. It’s not the tool, the program design, the exercises or the location. Changing tempo and resistance is typically the most common way to alter intensity in a workout. With bands this means training at a different rep speed or quickly changing the stretch tension on the band by repositioning your body relative to the band attachment site. As a result, if your body is having a high energy day, you can quickly give it more intensity instantly which means your workout just became more productive.
We all know interval strength training is the best and fastest way to burn fat and create that all-important “after-burn” effect. Muscles are dumb and do not know what type of resistance or resistance tool is being used. They simply react and adapt to the resistance being applied. Therefore, it is not the tool but how much work is being done with the tool. As you will soon discover, you can rock a workout like no other with a single resistance band…
Where YOU Want To
When YOU Want To
How YOU Want To
What YOU Want To
I look forward to sharing some of my favorite exercises and single-band attachment free workout routines with you. I can’t wait to hear about your results!
Getting Better with Bands,
Dave "The Band Man" Schmitz
P.S. – Like all my other programs and products, the Attachment Free Single-Band Training E-Guide is backed up by my 100% Total Satisfaction Guarantee. If you’re not completely thrilled with the information or the results you get, simply email me and I’ll refund you…immediately, in full…AND, because it’s a digital product, you can still keep it in case you decide to refer back to it in the future. Fair enough?