Cathe's fabric Boss Loops are made from the highest quality premium elastic fabric and are designed to work, shape, and tone all of your glute muscles. Our glute bands are made from a special elastic material that will not pinch your skin or roll up during almost any exercise you do. We've even made these glute bands from extra durable fabric, so you don't have to worry about your glute bands ever breaking. Cathe Boss Loops come in three different resistances ( you can also double-up on your Boss for greater resistance):
Are you ready to up your glutes game? This fabric resistance bands set includes 3 different strength glute bands, a Cathe Friedrich Boss Loops Glutes & Core DVD workout, and a Cathe travel carry case so you can take your Cathe cloth bands with you anywhere.
The included Cathe Friedrich intense low impact Glutes & Core lower body workout DVD using Cathe's fabric Boss Loops will attack those legs, glutes, and core from all angles with challenging standing and floorwork exercises and some sweaty cardio pushes sprinkled in! Boss Loops are also great to grab on the go when you want a solid lower body workout while traveling. Don't underestimate the power of the hip band fabric resistance! Your lower body and core will surely be talking to you when you're done!
Incorporating exercise resistance bands into your training is another way to keep your workouts varied and dynamic and avoid stagnation. Cathe Boss Loops stimulate your muscles in a way that's different from dumbbells and barbells. Although you might see booty resistance bands as light and portable equipment you can easily take along when you travel, they're also great plateau busters. You can use them to build strength, power, and to shape and tone your leg and glute muscles.
After a thorough lower body warmup we'll move into a segment of standing lower body strength work that will include some intense cardio pushes. This will be followed by glute-focused floorwork exercises as well as challenging core work before moving into a relaxing cooldown/stretch. The estimated total workout time is