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TRX Suspension Training

TRX Suspenstion Training is a system made up of ropes and webbing that allow users to work against their own body weight. With roots in the US Navy SEALs, TRX offers you the same portable and highly versatile training tools that hundreds of pro athletes and all four branches of the US military use to prepare for sport and combat. The TRX suspension trainer provides a challenging total body workout using your body weight against gravity and develops strength, balance, flexibility, and core control simultaneously.

The level of difficulty can be managed by adjusting your body position to add or decrease resistance. TRX training allows you to flow through your full body workout without the complication of having to use multiple pieces of equipment.

Stand Up To Train
Forget about machines that support your body and instead make your body support itself (as it was designed to do). Training while standing helps us to rehearse and perfect the movement patterns needed to achieve optimal physical performance. This is functional training.

The concept and health generating implications of a training system that delivers "whole body" benefits is the reason why so many are trying and then sticking with suspension training.

Suspension training offers a huge health benefit because it is a form of resistance training that includes body weight exercises that invariably will engage several parts of your body simultaneously (compound exercise movements), and with suspension training you automatically perform movements in multiple planes. In order to perform movements in multiple planes our body's center - our core, needs to be engaged. Suspension based training engages and strengthens the core in every exercise.

As a result, a single suspension training exercise can simultaneously help you develop strength, balance, flexibility, and joint stability.

Benefits of TRX Suspension Training

1. All Fitness Levels - Beginner or Elite? TRX has the versatility to adapt to any fitness level. You can alter any movement to be easier or more challenging.

2. Improve Muscular Imbalances - The constant instability forces your body to engage muscles you never knew you had. The suspension training encourages balance throughout the entire session.

3. Low-Impact - This is an ideal form of exercise for letting your joints take a break while still maintaining an effective and beneficial program. Because of the low-impact TRX has minimal risk of injury.

4. Cardio & Strength Training - Helps build functional strength while improving anaerobic cardiovascular endurance. Performing exercises at a fast pace or with a slow controlled motion gives TRX the upper hand compared to other traditional forms of exercise.

5. Its Fun! - Bored of your regular routine? There are numerous ways you can change up your TRX routines, incorporate stretching and keep your workouts interesting!

Make Your Body Your Machine

Humans have spent the past few decades sitting on weight machines and training isolated muscle groups. The body is an interconnected chain of muscles that need to be challenged in every plane of motion. Unplug from the machines and train your body in 3D. Training variable resistance exercise means that you can pick from hundreds of functional exercises that build strength, endurance, core stability and mobility.

By utilizing your own bodyweight, the TRX Suspension Trainer provides greater performance and functionality than large exercise machines costing thousands of dollars.


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TRX Suspension Training for a Total Body Workout

The concept and health generating implications of a training system that delivers "whole body" benefits is the reason why so many are trying and then sticking with suspension training.

Link: http://youtu.be/mQ4dQzblEHQ

TRX Workout with Inventor Randy Hetrick

The concept and health generating implications of a training system that delivers "whole body" benefits is the reason why so many are trying and then sticking with suspension training.

Link: http://youtu.be/wrAYPNSOlsU