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TRX

Developed by a former Navy Seal, this form of suspension training develops your strength, balance, flexibility and core stability, all whilst building muscle. 

TRX are those black and yellow straps you’ll see hanging around the gym floor. They rely on your own bodyweight for resistance as opposed to machines or dumbbells, while the infinite variety of exercises makes it perfect for everyone regardless of ability. Try a few of them next time you’re in the gym.

TRX Workouts

The Crunch

2

Bring your knees in towards your chest, squeezing your stomach as you do. That's one rep!

1

Adjust straps to knee level. Facing away from TRX, insert feet into handles and assume the press up position keeping your abs engaged.

The Row

2

Pull yourself forward, keeping your core engaged. Squeeze your shoulder blades together as you pull your elbows back.

1

Facing the TRX, hold one handle in each hand and lean back slowly so your arms are straightened. 

The single-leg squat

2

Keep the majority of your weight on your working leg and drive through your heels, extending your hips and standing tall. 

1

Facing the TRX, hold the handles and assume a squat position, with one leg at 90 degrees and the other out in front of you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is TRX?

What is TRX?

These adjustable black and yellow straps that leverage your gravity and bodyweight to let you perform hundreds of exercises.

Why should I use TRX?

Why should I use TRX?

TRX creates an all-in-one motion that combines strength with flexibility by using your own bodyweight. You’ll build muscle as well as improve core stability.

Who is TRX good for?

Who is TRX good for?

This is a great all-round option for those who want a full body workout without using a dozen different machines. Anyone can have a go!

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