Our expert says:
I think that if you got these three things, you'd have a pretty close to complete set - you pretty much have everything you would find in any gym, so there's not much I can think of, off hand that would any any major value to your training. In terms of the length of the theraband, a meter is more than enough - just make sure you have enough room to tie it around something to do the exercises you want to do. The key is not so much the size, but the resistance - I can't quite recall if they come in different resistances, but you need one that is fairly stiff if you're going to get any value out if it for ab type exercise.
Other than this, just remember that all these things are just tools, and how you use them is the key to successful training, not what they are. So you need to look at a programme, which is probably more important than all the tools in the world! If you have a goal, and a training programme, so that you can plan ahead and not think too reactively, then you'll be good to go!
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