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When you are able to perform the advanced exercise 15 times before the feeling or observation of fatigue occurs, try resting for 1 - 2 minutes and performing it again. If you are able to perform it another 15 times, rest again for 1 - 2 minutes and repeat it a third time.
If you can perform the exercise 15 times during this third time, you probably need to replace this exercise with a more difficult one.
Watch this video to learn 2 more challenging exercises:
The same 3 ways to make the original exercise more challenging may be used to advance the new exercises in the above video:
Stretch the tubing more by standing further from the attachment as your start the exercise.
Stretch the tubing more by taking a larger step during the exercise.
Use tubing with a thicker diameter. (Thicker tubing is harder to stretch.)
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