THE IT KIT

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DRESS LIKE A PRO

The beauty of a re­sis­tance band work­out is you can do it in your un­der­wear. But if you feel like dress­ing for the oc­ca­sion, th­ese star-print leg­gings [1] and wave-print leg­gings [2], from Body Lan­guage, £95 each, fit the bill nicely.

FEED YOUR MUS­CLES

When re­sis­tance train­ing, eat­ing enough pro­tein is key to see­ing re­sults. If you’re not so keen on boiled eggs (who is?), power up your morn­ing smoothie with a scoop of The Nue Co Plant Pro­tein + Gut Food [3], £50.

FEEL SUP­PORTED

Sweaty Betty Brahma Bam­boo Padded Yoga Bra [4], £40, gives just the right level of sup­port for a band sesh, while be­ing comfy enough for a sofa sesh.

CHOOSE YOUR BAND

Of course, it all starts with a band. The Dal­ton Wong Mini-band Work­out [5], £48, com­prises three bands (begin­ner, in­ter­me­di­ate and ad­vanced) and a fold-out pro­gramme.

HIT THE MAT

A lot of moves start on all fours, so cush­ion your knees with No Ka’oi’s Quilted Yoga Mat [6], £130. It’s the soft­est one we’ve found.

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