The Blair Resistance Band Training Project

In this video, we see raw footage of a young woman who has up until now been identified only as &quot;Allie&quot; as she demonstrates for us the Overhead Triceps Press, an excellent workout to develop the shoulders, triceps, and upper back. Resistance bands, including the subset of resistance loops that Allie makes use of here, have shot up in popularity in recent times among both casual exercisers and committed athletes. They also are recommended by physical therapists, since they offer a safe way to rehab injuries and preserve flexibility as we age.<br><br>However, Allie's video also suggests that strange and even occult forces surrounded the filming of this resistance band workout video. She appears unaware of the female form that briefly but definitely materializes in the doorway to her rear as she speaks to the camera. Experts on the paranormal are split on the identity of this strange apparition. Some say that she is the unquiet ghost of an aerobics trainer from the past century. Skeptics say that she is simply the presenter's mother calling her to lunch.<br><br>

.<br><br>In any case, Allie sets about demonstrating how to do this basic but effective exercise. She holds one end of the loop band with one hand behind her middle back, and the other in back of her head. She then slowly straightens the higher arm upwards, stretching towards the ceiling while exhaling. Like she says, the exerciser will immediately feel the 'burn' of resistance while doing the Overhead Triceps Press.<br><br>SLEEK-TONE Exercise Band sets consist of 3 loops of differing levels of resistance. Each loop is color-coded according to its level of resistance. The user should choose the band with which they can do six or eight repetitions against reasonable resistance. 3 sets of these repetitions are suggested. Allie says that she prefers the SLEEK-TONE brand because in her view these loops are better-made than others. Most likely, the bands themselves do not attract apparitions.

The Blair Resistance Band Training Project