TRX Home Suspension Training Kit
The morning after our first TRX workout, we woke up with that amazing post-workout burn in muscles we never knew existed. Crunches and curls where you can play a game of ‘how low can you go’ and push-ups where your feet don’t touch the ground!? We were finally able to accomplish our lifelong dream of doing Cirque-du-Soleil-like acrobatics—and all in the comfort of our Manhattan office. The setup is crazy simple. Attach the suspension trainer to the anchor, place the anchor behind a closed door, and try any number of gravity-defying, strength-building exercises. (This killer full-body TRX workout is a great place to start!)
There are so many exercise variations to try, and best of all: The TRX works with your body weight to make every move as challenging (or not) as you want. All you have to do is change the angle of your body. (Hint: Two steps forward during TRX low rows = seriously leveling up!) Oh, and did we mention the TRX was created by a former Navy SEAL and is used in every branch of the armed forces?
Suspension training might take a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, you can basically use this one portable piece of equipment as your personal weight room—that "grows" with you as you get (better, faster) stronger.