By Jaacob Bowden

Member Question:

Hi Jaacob,

Tomorrow is my next day of isometric band training. I started with 21 lbs of resistance and that seem like a good workout for me.

What increment should I try to go up each session?

 I was thinking of trying to move up to 23 for next session. Is that too small an increase?

What are your suggestions?


Matt S, Member, Ohio

Jaacob’s Answer:

It will vary from workout to workout. Some of them it will be tough to move up at all. Others you can move up a little. Still others might surprise you and you’ll move up a lot. Just take it workout by workout.

In all cases, the point is to try to move up however much you can whenever you can because by the end of the month we want your downswing muscles to improve on strength as much…

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