TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING

TRX® Suspension Training® System

Young woman streching muscles TRX training

The TRX® Suspension System:

  • Delivers a fast, effective total-body workout
  • Helps build a rock-solid core
  • Increases muscular endurance
  • Benefits people of all fitness levels (pro athletes to seniors)

IT’S FOR EVERYBODY

Whether beginning a fitness journey or pushing toward your summit, TRX Training helps you move better, feel better, and live better.

Born in the Navy SEALs, the TRX® Suspension System is the original, best-in-class workout system that leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises. You’re in control of how much you want to challenge yourself on each exercise – because you can simply adjust your body position to add or decrease resistance. By utilizing your own bodyweight, the TRX® Suspension Trainer provides greater performance and functionality than traditional weight training.

TRX Suspension Training Clinically Proven!

The Bottom Line

TRX Suspension Training is a good alternative to traditional exercise modalities. It elicits metabolic responses that meet guidelines for improving and maintaining cardiorespiratory fitness, improves muscular fitness and positively impacts cardiovascular disease risk factors.

Dr. Dalleck points out that TRX Suspension Training was holistically beneficial, as demonstrated by the improvements seen in cardiovascular and muscular fitness over only eight weeks. Combine that with the likely benefits to a person’s flexibility and balance over the long-term and you see that this type of training program can have a tremendous impact on an individual’s overall health.

Finally, to provide more clinical application of their results, the research team performed magnitude-based inferences (that is, the real-world relevance of the data). They found that TRX Suspension Training is 89.2 percent clinically beneficial in improving “hard 30-year cardiovascular disease risk” (these are mortality events) and 86 percent clinically beneficial in improving “full 30-year cardiovascular disease risk” (this includes myocardial infarction and other less severe events). While the statistics involved with generating these numbers is rather complex, the take-away point here is that long-term adherence to TRX Suspension Training is likely to decrease the likelihood of your client or participant suffering a cardiovascular event.

Combine that with the many other benefits demonstrated through this research and you’ll have plenty of reasons to encourage your clients or participants to add TRX Suspension Training to their workout routines.

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Group TRX® Training

Corporate, private and personal group TRX classes are available on a contract basis. Please contact Lucy Lehman, Certified Personal Trainer, and Certified TRX Suspension Trainer for details. Class formats include TRX Only, TRX Express, TRX+Circuit.

TRX is a 60-minute workout using your body weight as resistance with  cardio intervals that keep your heart rate elevated and work every part of your body.

TRX Express is a 30-minute power packed workout using your body weight as resistance with cardio moves that are sure to boost your metabolism and give you an effective “afterburn”.

TRX+Circuit moves you through a circuit of resistance and cardio stations, using TRX as a station. You will notice improvements in your strength, endurance, balance, coordination and agility after only one session. In a group setting, we incorporate partner work to make it a fun experience!

Lucy Lehman, Certified Personal Trainer

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