Prone Single-Leg Resistance Band Hamstring Curl
For home-based workouts, all you need is a resistance band to hit the back of your thighs with a prone, single-leg resistance band hamstring curl. The trick here is to select a band that offers sufficient resistance, and to keep enough stretch in the band throughout the movement so it remains challenging.Tie a resistance band in a loop around a sturdy object, like a squat rack or pole
Lie on your stomach on a bench or on the ground, facing away from the attachment point of the band.
Loop the band around your right ankle, adjusting your position so when your right leg is extended, the resistance band is taut, but not tight.
On an exhale, bend your knee, drawing your heel toward your same-side glute. Hold for a beat at the top of the curl before extending your knee, lowering your foot back to its starting position.
Perform 12 to 20 repetitions before switching legs. Aim to complete two to four sets.