Suspension training device was conceived in the Navy SEALs, TRX Suspension Training use body weight exercise to simultaneously develop strength, power, endurance, mobility, durability, balance, flexibility, and core stability.
TRX Suspension Training is a highly portable performance training tool that leverages gravity and uses your bodyweight to enable hundreds of exercises that can be instantly scaled for any user to reach any fitness or training goal. Invented by former Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick, the TRX Tactical Suspension Trainer bodyweight system is the lightest, most versatile functional training system on earth. Anchor it to a tank, Conex box or tree and perform a wide variety of exercises that leverage your own bodyweight to build the strength, balance and core stability you need for PT, for your mission and in life. You will find this device used by the military, sports team, fitness clubs and more.
TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING PRINCIPLES
Three principles enable you to instantly scale TRX Suspension Training movements.
VECTOR RESISTANCE PRINCIPLE
For most standing movements, positioning your feet closer to the anchor point will increase resistance and heighten the challenge. Stepping farther away from the anchor point will decrease resistance and make movements easier to execute.
For ground-based movements, moving your feet away from the anchor point will increase resistance and heighten the challenge. Moving your feet towards the anchor point or behind the anchor point will decrease resistance and make movements easier to execute.
In general, performing movements with a narrower base of support or unilaterally (using just one arm or just one leg instead of both arms or both legs) will increase the challenge of TRX movements. The wider your base of support, the more stable you will be during TRX movements and the less challenging they will be to perform.
However, many do not know where to start or to take advantage of all that it offers. That’s why we made this post. Tryout these TRX Exercises and Tips:
TRX Exercise Videos
Build mobility, strength, power, durability and core stability by incorporating the following fitness into your warm-up routine. Increase difficult as you progress.
A simple exercise to start off with. It will get your shoulders looking massive.
TRX Body Saw
The TRX Body Saw builds strong abs, shoulders and back muscles, and in an excellent exercise for a total body workout
Here one of the fitness and conditioning world’s brightest stars, Coach Dos, delivers his TRX Cardio Strength Workout, five rounds of punishing strength work on the TRX Suspension Trainer interspersed with cardio. This is one effective workout – watch as he brings the staff at TRX HQ (some of the most conditioned TRXers around!) to their knees.
Favorite TRX Exercises
In this video, Coach Dos shows us moves for upper body, moves for lower body, pushing moves, pulling moves, anything you could want in a killer total body workout on the TRX Suspension Trainer.
TRX Kettlebell Workout
Combining the TRX Suspension Trainer with kettlebell training yields a hybrid workout that packs a wallop. The TRX Kettlebell: Iron Circuit Conditioning video is an exceptional fusion workout that will build your strength, conditioning, mobility, stability and balance, all in one workout.
Build Core Strength
TRX Plank Press, TRX Incline Plank and TRX Incline Press.
Learn how to perform the TRX Burpee — one of the classic TRX exercises that combines upper- and lower-body movements to help you build endurance and increase you heart rate.
Strong Lats and Abs
Proximal stability is keeping your core, lower back, and lats stable so that you can move your arms, legs and other moving parts farther from the center of the body in a pain free and natural full range of usable motion. This is called distal mobility, and will make you perform better in sport, and in life.
TRX Combo Exercises
As you start becoming comfortable with the TRX, you can start creating combination exercises to get maximum benefit and to up the difficulty level.
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