Squats With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Quadriceps


Side Squats with Resistance Bands can be a great way to tone and build muscles, and they can also be a great way to help you lose weight and get in shape. The bands provide resistance to the force exerted in the progression towards the floor, making it easier to perform squats with higher weights, increasing muscle building and strength. One of the most important exercises for gaining muscle is the side squat. Side squats are a great exercise for strengthening the lower back, stabilizing the core, and building leg, glute, and hip strength.


How to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: Not Required.
  • Bands: Attach a handle to the resistance band.

Body Position:

  • Stand with both feet on the band, hips apart.
  • Squat down and take one of the handles with each hand.
  • Raise the handles to shoulder height, palms facing forward, and the bands behind your arms.
  • Maintain a straight back, a straight head, a straight chest, and elbows back.


  • Bend your legs and squat down as if you were going to sit in a chair.

Exercise Tips

  • Keep your chest up and your back flat.
  • Make sure your knees are crossing over your toes.

Exercise Benefits

Squats with resistance bands are fantastic for increasing overall size in your quads, glutes, and entire body! If you’ve been avoiding squats with free weights because of the knee and back pain they can cause, Resistance bands¬†for Squats is for you. Because bands do not generate momentum, they cause far less wear, tear, and pain in the joints.