Ditching your comfortable cadence and resistance combo can help you get fitter, stronger and faster.
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If you're starting to feel the time crunch that often comes with the end of summer, your workouts may be falling by the wayside in an effort to spend as much time outdoors as possible or to get ready to go back to school. But you don't have to skimp on strength training to fit it all in, you just have to train smart.
Your body will reap the benefits no matter which one you choose.
Compound exercises aren't just great for saving time during your workouts. In addition to utilizing multijoint movements that work groups of large muscles, they can be done with minimal equipment, unlike many isolation exercises that only work one muscle at a time.
Free weights have loads of benefits when it comes to strength training, but resistance bands can offer an inexpensive and versatile way to hit both larger and smaller muscle groups at the same time.