The Silicon Rubber Tube Chest Expander is a simple piece of equipment consisting of two handles connected by springs that provide resistance. Using the chest expander is sometimes called strand pulling. Although you would expect the chest expander to target the chest muscles, it can also be used to exercise the legs and back as well. Back exercise to work the muscles of your back you can hold the chest expander behind your back with arms in the same position at your sides as when you do the chest exercise.
The difference will be that the chest expander springs will be behind your back instead of in front of your body. By pulling against the chest expander to open your arms toward your sides you can train your back muscles. You can also raise your arms and pull them back slightly so that the chest expander is positioned behind your neck and pull apart from there to work the lat muscles of your middle back. Either way, do not let the springs press uncomfortably against your skin. You can use the same number of reps as with the chest exercise.
Legs Exercise You can work the muscles of your legs by pressing against the resistance of the chest expander as you would for a leg press exercise on a weight machine. You can sit in a chair or on the floor and hold the handle of the chest expander in each hand. You will extend your arms in front of your body so that you can place one foot in the center of the chest expander with your knee bent