Resistance Band Face Pull

Resistance Band / Intermediate

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Equipment Needed

  • Resistance Band

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Sitewide Performance

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  • 16 reps
    average reps
  • 30 reps
    best reps
  • 17
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  • #768
    popularity rank

Average Sitewide Resistance Band Face Pull Reps

  • 16 reps
    average reps
  • 30 reps
    best reps
  • 11
    times logged
  • #1K
    popularity rank

Average Male Resistance Band Face Pull Reps

  • 15 reps
    average reps
  • 15 reps
    best reps
  • 1
    times logged
  • #363
    popularity rank

Average Female Resistance Band Face Pull Reps

How to do the Resistance Band Face Pull:

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The resistance band face pull is a resistance band exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the biceps, lats, middle back and traps ...more

The resistance band face pull is a resistance band exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the biceps, lats, middle back and traps.

The only resistance band face pull equipment that you really need is the following: resistance band. There are however many different resistance band face pull variations that you can try out that may require different types of resistance band face pull equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper resistance band face pull form is easy with the step by step resistance band face pull instructions, resistance band face pull tips, and the instructional resistance band face pull technique video on this page. The resistance band face pull is a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the resistance band face pull video, learn how to do the resistance band face pull, and then be sure and browse through the resistance band face pull workouts on our workout plans page!

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Tips

  1. Be sure you don't hunch over or jerk the weight. This can cause serious injury. Stand tall with your chest out, feet in a staggered stance, and a natural arch in your lower back.
  2. Your elbows should be flared up and out at the top position. Don't let them point downward.
  3. You should be pull your hands up to your ears, not straight to your ears. Meaning, be sure your starting hand position is at chest level so that you pull your hands up at an angle.
  4. Have a partner stick their finger between your shoulder blades on your spine so that you avoid using your lower back to pull the weight.

Variations

  1. Perform kneeling down or seated on a bench.
  2. Perform on a cable machine with a rope attachment. Can be done standing or seated on a bench.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Equipment Needed

  • Resistance Band

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Tips

  1. Be sure you don't hunch over or jerk the weight. This can cause serious injury. Stand tall with your chest out, feet in a staggered stance, and a natural arch in your lower back.
  2. Your elbows should be flared up and out at the top position. Don't let them point downward.
  3. You should be pull your hands up to your ears, not straight to your ears. Meaning, be sure your starting hand position is at chest level so that you pull your hands up at an angle.
  4. Have a partner stick their finger between your shoulder blades on your spine so that you avoid using your lower back to pull the weight.

Variations

  1. Perform kneeling down or seated on a bench.
  2. Perform on a cable machine with a rope attachment. Can be done standing or seated on a bench.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound