What is TRX?
TRX is suspension training that uses your own body as the resistance force as you train.
What is Suspension Training?
Suspension training is a new category of exercise for athletes of all abilities, that leverages ones own body weight and gravity to develop strength, balance, flexibility, and joint stability simultaneously.
No gym? No problem. The TRX Suspension Trainer Professional is an easy-to-use system that’s time-efficient and safe for athletes and fitness buffs of all levels. The TRX gives you unmatched portability and versatility, so you can increase your performance, decrease injuries, and stay fit at home, on the road—wherever life takes you.
Make your body your machine
TRX® Suspension Training® harnesses your own bodyweight to create resistance as you train. That’s all you need – the TRX and your own body. No additional weights required.
We’re all unique. Not only is each individual’s body built a little differently, but we each fill our lives with a mix of physical activities that can require specific training. TRX Suspension Training allows you to instantly adjust not only the level of difficulty for each exercise, but you can easily customize any workout on the fly.
Maximize your training time
You can easily switch from exercise to exercise in less than 15 seconds. This allows you to maximize your training time and enables circuit style workouts.
Build core strength
Killer abs are great, but more importantly, having a strong core will prevent injuries, improve posture and increase overall strength. This is because all of our movements are powered by the torso – the abs and back work together to support the spine during everyday activities and exercise. Suspension Training builds core strength with every exercise by creating an element of instability that calls on your core to provide balance and coordination.
Life doesn’t happen sitting down
In real life, our bodies move to the side, backwards, forwards and diagonally. Shouldn’t we train the same way? Unlike traditional weight training that tends to be linear and follow one plane of movement (sagittal), Suspension Training encourages multiplanar training (frontal, sagittal, transverse) which integrates all your motions and mimics real life movement. This will bring a muscular balance to your body, increasing performance and preventing injuries.