Ever wonder what a TRX is? Do you even know what one is? Well you’ll often find one hanging up on a pull-up bar in your gym gathering dust... It is a highly unused vauluable piece of equipment you could perform countless of Full Body Workouts.
I’m too FAT! Wrong!
I’m not confident in using one! Wrong!
Using a TRX wont help my weight loss! Wrong!
Using one defiantly won’t help my strength goals! Wrong!
... Why are all these wrong assumptions to make?
With the TRX you can use your bodyweight and gravity against each other for all levels of fitness. Yep that’s it in a nutshell! Still not convinced?
... WELL YOUR HAVING A LAUGH IF YOU THINK I CAN DO THAT!
Guess what, I’m not laughing! If you put your trust in me I can have you doing an exercise like this! Okay it’s unrealistic to think anyone can do something like that upon their first attempt, but I tell you what, here’s the secret... Say YES, say yes for the future, maybe this could be YOUR goal right here! “After I loose the weight i want to loose I want the strength to be able to do this”!
Would you like to have access to use a TRX and/or a modified TRX which challenges you even more by having a pulley system? Then schedule yourself into my facility so I can demonstrate how to use both.
I often use the TRX for warm ups with clients and active rest periods, but you could quite easily complete a very effective hours session with just the TRX and various exercises. Just BOOK ONLINE!
Some history on the TRX for those wanting a little more information:
Rope training has been around as early as the 1800s. Randy Hetrick, a former Navy Seal and Stanford MBA graduate, developed the Total Resistance eXercise (TRX) equipment and the associated Suspension Training bodyweight exercises in the 1990s, and started marketing it in 2005.