Order the above TRX all-in-one set if you want to attach your TRX to a door in your home or hang it from something sturdy like a piece of heavy-duty playground equipment or a tree. If you’d like to attach it to a beam or stud in your home, order the X-Mount.
Do this TRX workout as a superset. After a 5 minute cardio warmup (fast walk for example), do one set of the first exercise in the paid immediately followed by the next for a total of 2 or 3 sets each. Print out the workout below. Follow along as my client demonstrates each exercise!
And if you enjoyed it, at the bottom of this blog I have another workout for you and lots of TRX Demos on my YouTube channel. Put TRX into the search feature to view them.
And if you need any personalized help, let me know. I offer both in person and teleconference workout guidance.
I am a registered dietitian, master personal trainer, advanced health and fitness specialist, medical exercise specialist, wellness and lifestyle coach, and a freelance writer.
I own Active Nutrition Fitness and Nutrition Consulting, where I provide highly personalized nutrition services, personal training, outdoor fitness and mountaineering prep, and preventative and post-rehabilitative fitness programming in my private training studio in Sammamish. I also offer video conference, phone and online nutrition counseling and training for remote clients.
Discover the numerous and immense benefits of incorporating TRX training into your routine!
TRX training sculpts every muscle in your body from every angle. The instability caused by the suspension develops serious strength that’s very hard to replicate with regular weights.
If you’re looking to mix up your training routine, check out these full-body moves that will give you maximum results for your time. Click on the name of the exercise to view a video.
Ready for more? See below for a video of a full body workout. Follow along with the video and pause after watching the technique so you can do your set, then hit play and continue exercise to exercise.