TRX Suspension Trainer Exercises Chart

Here are just a few example suspension training exercises:

The Basics of Suspension Training

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  • Browse the collection of Fitstream Suspension Training exercises below for instructions, illustrations and guides on integrating them into your fitness regime.

    Browse the collection of Fitstream Suspension Training exercises below for instructions, illustrations and guides on integrating them into your fitness regime.

  • Browse the collection of Fitstream Suspension Training exercises below for instructions, illustrations and guides on integrating them into your fitness regime.

    Browse the collection of Fitstream Suspension Training exercises below for instructions, illustrations and guides on integrating them into your fitness regime.

  • We’ve done the research and have made a list of excellent suspension training exercises PDFs that should give you a constant supply of suspension training (TRX) workouts.

TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING EXERCISES RELATED ,

Many suspension exercises can be implemented in a compound and multi-planar fashion, promoting polyarticular improvements via coordinated actions. The potential for complex movements complemented by stability demands certainly can be used to challenge the experienced athlete but some experts have expressed concern that less conditioned individuals or novice lifters may not be able to utilize the system safely and effectively. Even with this potential concern, fitness professionals should realize that exercises can be easily adapted for individuals of differing fitness levels by manipulating body position or adjusting the angle of resistance relative to gravitational pull. For example, a bodyweight pull at 45° can be used as a variation to train the latissimus dorsi and rhomboids for a weaker participant; rather than a bodyweight pull at 150° with the feet elevated on a physioball. Nonetheless, personal trainers should use prudence in implementing any suspension training exercises with their clients. If proper form cannot be maintained, or if the client has joint stability issues due to muscular imbalance, weakness, or poor flexibility, suspension training may not be an optimal choice as benefits may not outweigh the potential risks.