Have you seen all of the cute workout gear at TRX?
TRX Suspension Training also has a full list of workouts you can do to get ready for summer and if you’re not familiar with their system, here’s what you should know.
Born in the Navy SEALS, TRX has a variety of adjustable exercises that work for people of all fitness levels and has helped shaped the bodies of countless celebrities.
Using bodyweight exercises, it helps develop strength, power, endurance, mobility, durability, balance, flexibility, and core stability.
To get the full benefit of the system, you must use a TRX Suspension Trainer, a portable set that leverages gravity and your body weight to enable hundreds of exercises that can instantly be scaled to reach any fitness or training goal.
You can take them anywhere and use them on playgrounds, parks, garages, basements, hotel rooms, sidewalks and whatever safe effective training ground you chose.
The level of intensity is set by you, with varying degrees determined by the position of your feet.
Move as close to, or as far away from the anchor point as you like.
TRX also has simple moves for bicep curls, standing push ups and planks.
Dancers should consider using them for leg extensions and stretches as the bands allow for deeper movement.
Another great benefit of TRX is that you stand up to train.
According to their site, “The average American spends 21+ hours a day sitting or lying down.”
This workout is a great way to get out of your chair and off gym machines that require you to support your body, instead of making your body support itself.
The end result is a stronger, more well defined you.
And if you’re ready to add TRX to your workout, check out their site, gyms that carry it here in LA or find a trainer at your local gym.
You can also install them at home or take them on trips so you never miss TRX.