TRX® Suspension Training
Born in the Navy SEALs, TRX® Suspension Training®
bodyweight exercise simultaneously develops strength, power, endurance,
mobility, durability, balance, flexibility, and core stability. Whether you’re
young or old, out of shape or a pro athlete, injured or at the top of your game,
TRX Suspension Training meets you where you are and takes you where you want to go.
TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING PRINCIPLES
Three principles enable
you to instantly scale TRX Suspension Training movements.
VECTOR RESISTANCE PRINCIPLE
For most standing movements,
positioning your feet closer to the anchor point will increase resistance and
heighten the challenge. Stepping farther away from the anchor point will
decrease resistance and make movements easier to execute.
For ground-based movements, moving
your feet away from the anchor point will increase resistance and heighten the
challenge. Moving your feet towards the anchor point or behind the anchor point
will decrease resistance and make movements easier to execute.
In general, performing movements
with a narrower base of support or unilaterally (using just one arm or just one
leg instead of both arms or both legs) will increase the challenge of TRX
movements. The wider your base of support, the more stable you will be during
TRX movements and the less challenging they will be to perform.
***Please wear athletic/tennis shoes to class!***
1 TRX class - $25
5 TRX classes - $100
10 TRX classes - $175
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