5 Ways To Get Strong with TRX Straps
Did you know that TRX stands for “total-body resistance exercise”?
TRX straps were invented by a former U.S. Navy Seal, who recognized the powerful results of using body weight and gravity as resistance. Because the straps are suspended, there’s an incredible amount of core activation that occurs during TRX training.
These straps, available at all three CA fitness centers, offer endless ways to get creative and build SEAL-worthy strength. If you’re intimidated by the TRX straps, don’t be! No matter your fitness level, they’re an amazing tool to add to your workout arsenal. Best of all, they’re adjustable so you can vary your positions and intensity level.
Below, CA personal trainer Rachel Kemp demos five moves you can try for a total-body tone-up!
Single arm power pull
Works the back muscles and rotation.
Front squat with a hop
Works the quads and core with a cardio component.
Chest fly into single-leg Superman
Works the chest, core and legs.
Seated TRX bicep curl
Works the biceps.
Works the core and quads.
CA’s Personal Trainers Are Here For You
Want more awesome TRX training moves? At CA, there more than 30+ skilled personal trainers who would love to assist.
Enlisting the help of a personal trainer is a great way to launch a fitness regimen that’s safe and effective for your needs. At CA, we offer both in-person and virtual personal training options. Learn more on our website.