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This exercise is used to strengthen the shoulders, core, and biceps using the TRX. Keep your core engaged or tight. Flex your shoulders to make a ‘shelf’ with your biceps. Allow the elbows to bend and straighten while maintaining a solid core and ‘shelf’.
This exercise is used to strengthen the posterior chain and core in a lateral lunge. The straps may be used for assistance. Sit into the hip of the lunging leg, allowing the shin to stay as vertical as possible. Push through the rear part of the foot and squeeze your glutes to stand up.
This is a TRX assisted single leg squat which emphasizes hip and core stability while standing on one leg. Hinge through the hips and sit into them. Maintain a flat foot through the movement. Drive through the rear part of your foot and squeeze your butt to stand up.
This movement targets improvements in single leg strength (emphasis on posterior chain) with the assistance of the TRX in case of balance issues or weakness. Using straps as necessary, take a shoulder width step backwards, front shin should not track over the toes. Push through front heel to stand.
This mobility tool will help you to mobilize the thoracic spine and help to alleviate neck, shoulder, or even back pain. Keep your core tight as you bring the TRX handles above your head. You will feel a stretch through the latissimus dorsi (along your armpits) or even through your upper back. Avoid arching through…
Perform this exercise to strengthen posterior shoulder musculature (emphasis on lower trapezius). Brace for neutral spine, arms start at 90 degrees, squeeze shoulder blades together as arms move outwards and upwards. An upright body angle is less challenging, a more horizontal body angle is more challenging.
Use this exercise to strengthen posterior shoulder musculature (emphasis on middle trapezius/rhomboids). Brace for neutral spine, arms at 90 degrees, squeeze shoulder blades together as arms move outwards. An upright body angle is less challenging, a more horizontal body angle is more challenging.
The bottom of the TRX Squat Hold is important in helping to establish range of motion at the hips, knees, and ankles. You can use the handles to help you get your balance and let your body feel where it is limited – pay attention to where you feel tightest. Some areas may include: your…
This is a TRX flow that works on scapular and shoulder stability. The first movement targets the posterior deltoids and middle trapezius. The second movement targets the rotator cuff and the last movement targets the lower trapezius. Try performing each part in segments to find where you are stronger and weaker. Attack the weaker parts…
Hold the TRX lightly as you hinge back with your hips into a partial squat. Use your arms as necessary to assist through the movement, and sit down and back as deep as tolerable,
This exercise is used to help strengthen the triceps using the TRX. Keep core tight and engaged through this movement without allowing your lower back to arch. Allow the elbows to bend and straighten in a slow and controlled motion.
Start facing the TRX, holding onto handles with palms facing each other. Walk feet out away from you so your body is positioned at an angle (the more you walk your feet out, the harder it will get). Extend arms straight out in front of you keeping your body in your plank position. Bend your…