If you are anything like me, you would find repetitive exercise quiet boring..
Sometimes it is nice to spice it up a little and try different ways to keep in shape, so when I heard about TRX I thought it would be perfect time to take it up while overseas where a gym in a remote destination is not always an easy option...
If you’re tired of circuiting 20 different machines just to get in your total-body workout, try TRX suspension training—an all-in-one motion that combines strength and flexibility. Truth is, you don’t have to use stacks of weights to build muscle.
Suspension training uses your own body weight from different angles to engage more muscle groups at the same time. Think: something as simple as a chest press or bicep curl becomes a core-stabilization exercise.
“TRX trains for reactive stability, says Chris Frankel, head of human performance at TRX. “If your core isn’t tight, you’ll lose balance on the straps. Bracing your core before you move becomes second nature. You’re relying on your own ability to marry your center of gravity with your base of support.”
Below you will find my favorite basic exercises that help tone your whole body..
Hook the straps on a door, give it a shot and let me know how you guys go...