Resistance Band Exercise Video 

Lower Body Strength Training

Here are some resistance band exercise video demonstrations for the lower body.

These strength training exercises can be done from the comfort of your home or at the gym. 

This set of lower body strength training works your hips, thighs calfs and more.

 your glutes, thighs, calves and hips for a trim and tone lower body.

Try the hip adductor and abductor exercises to get trim thighs and eliminate the saddle bags.

The standing calf raise will give your calfs and legs muscles a toned and structured look.

So grab those resistance bands and lets get started.


Lower Body Resistance Band Exercise Video List

You should have at least a couple of restistance bands with varying strength on hand before you try these exercises.

As a beginner you want to start with the lower resistance bands to start with. Try doing anywhere from 4 - 8 repetitions of each move.

If you find it is too easy and you are not feeling the muscles working, move up to a higher resistance and/or add more repetitions.

As you become familiar with each move and find it easy to do, then increase the repetitions and the resistance.

Exercise Video List
In addition to these moves, check out these other lower body resistance band exercise video demonstrations that work the glutes, quads and more.

Standing Calf Raise

The primary muscle used for this exercise, as the name suggests, is the calf muscles.  
How to do the Standing Calf Raise
  1. Place the resistance band under both feet with legs shoulder width apart.

  2. Gripping the band on each end with both hands, place arms next to your side.

  3. Now slowly lift up on your toes and engage your calf muscles.

  4. Slowly return to starting position and repeat for 8 to 16 reps.
Click on the video below to see a demonstration of this exercise using the resistance band.



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Outer Thigh Hip Abduction

You can do this resistance band exercise video by placing the band around a sturdy pole or by holding it in your hands to provide the resistance.

How to do the Outer Thigh Hip Abduction
  1. Place the resistance band around a sturdy pole or hold both ends of the resistance band in your right hand.

  2. Place the band under your left foot.

  3. If you are holding the band versus using a pole, extend your forearm out to your side keeping your elbow close to your body.

  4. Slowly lift your left leg out to the side.

  5. Slowly return to starting position and repeat 8 to 16 times and repeat on the other side.
This video demonstrates this exercise using a resistance band wrapped around a pole with the band clasped around the ankle.  You do not have to use a pole or a clasp if you position the band correctly you will get the resistance you need.


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Inner Thigh Hip Adduction

Like the outer thigh hip abduction, this is basically the same move but in reverse direction. By reversing the pull of the restistance bands, you are now working your inner thighs as opposed to the outer thighs.

How to do the Inner Thigh Hip Adduction
  1. Place the resistance band around a sturdy pole or hold both ends of the resistance band in your right hand.

  2. Place the band under your right foot.

  3. If you are holding the band versus using a pole, extend your forearm out to your side keeping your elbow close to your body.

  4. Slowly lift your right leg and cross your leg over to the left side.

  5. Slowly return to starting position and repeat 8 to 16 times and repeat on the other side.
Click below to start the resistance band exercise video. Rembember if you don't have something sturdy to wrap the band around, simply hold it with your hand to provide the resistance to your muscles.



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