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TRX Suspension Training and Rip Trainers

The US military, professional athletes and weekend warriors use TRX to stay in peak physical condition. In fact, Drew Brees counted on TRX to rehab after a potentially career ending shoulder injury in 2006. He continued to use TRX and lead the New Orleans Saints to a Super Bowl victory a few years later.

Versatile TRX Suspension Trainers

Compact, portable, easy to set up, and effective for a wide variety of members, it’s hard to find a piece of equipment that will provide as much value as a TRX Suspension Trainer. It engages the whole body, especially the core and has been clinically proven to improve strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, balance, coordination, speed, power, and reaction time.

TRX Best Sellers

Pro Suspension Training Kit

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Rip Trainer Basic Kit

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TRX Modifications to Meet the Needs of Every Client

TRX can be customized to meet needs of the very young, the very old, the seriously injured, and the physically fit. There are three easy ways to alter the intensity of any exercise routine.

Stability. The wider the base of support relative to the center of gravity the more stable and easier the exercise. For example, you can create stability by having patients take a wide stance during an exercise. For more challenge, have them do the exercise with their feet close together or on one foot.

Vector Resistance is the angle of the body relative to the ground, the wider the angle the easier the exercise, the narrower, the harder. Leaning back or forward at a sharp angle during an exercise forces the body to bear more load.

Pendulum Principle, your starting point relative to neutral (where the TRX straps hang naturally), the closer you are to neutral the less challenge. Move behind neutral to make the exercise easier and before neutral to make it more difficult.