TRX Suspension Training is a versatile style of exercise that we practice at one of our strength stations. Instead of being locked into a specific plane of movement (like you are in most pieces of gym equipment), your stabilizing muscles must be recruited in order to control your body weight throughout the various exercises.

A major benefit of the TRX, especially during interval training, is that you don’t have to waste time changing weights on a bar. In a matter of seconds, you can make the exercise easier or harder simply by changing the angle of your body.

The foundation of a strong body is a strong core. Pushing, pulling, bending, standing, and sitting all engage our core. Inside and outside of the gym, our core is an important part of being strong, athletic, and able to move easily throughout our day. The TRX challenges our core in every exercise because we are challenged to use it in order to do the movements properly.