TRX Suspension Trainer TRX bands (FIT0012)

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  • RM58.48 MYR
  • Regular price RM199.00 MYR



Product Details

  • Suit for both men & women
  • Letting users keep fit at home or while traveling
  • Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use
  • Highly portable & Easy to use
  • Suspension Training is an innovative method of leveraged body-weight exercise
  • Target and work all the muscle group of the body
  • Users can easily set up the portable TRX Suspension Trainer and safely perform hundreds of exercises that build power, strength,flexibility, balance, mobility, and prevent injuries
  • Reliable Durable Exquisite
TRX Suspension Trainer is a revolutionary body weight training device that allows you to finally find the better you! Make your body your machine with our patented Suspension Trainer. Build your core and sculpt your body anywhere, anytime. Set it up in less than 60 secs in your home, at the park, at the beach, or anywhere you want to workout. With just 15 to 30 minutes each day, you will see results that deliver the better you.
 
The TRX Suspension Trainer is an excellent tool for your functional training. You can perform various resistance-training exercises to develop strength, balance, flexibility and stability. With the Suspension Trainer, you can develop physical strength incorporating functional and dynamic movements.

 

The Benefits of TRX Suspension Training

TRX is functional.

TRX Suspension Training is designed for functional movements and mobility. Not only does it serve as a stepping stone to reach your fitness goals, but it also helps to meet the demands of daily activities.

TRX is suitable for everyone.

No matter if you are young or old, a beginner or an expert, TRX Suspension Training is suitable for anyone. Due to its versatility, there are so many exercises you can do using TRX. Just by changing your body position or angle slightly, the load can be increased or decreased on your muscles.

TRX can keep you motivated.

At times, the monotony of going to the gym can be tedious, and we can often struggle to keep motivated with our fitness programmes. TRX suspension training is unlike any other technique for working out and can be integrated into your training regime to liven things up, and have a great workout in a fun and eventful way. TRX will keep you engaged and looking forward to your upcoming session time.

TRX engages the whole body

The instability that the TRX suspension system creates whilst you perform your workouts would mean that you have constantly activate your core in order to balance yourself. Moreover, the variety of push-pull motions and functional movements will result in different parts of your muscles being worked at the same time, and thus, providing a very comprehensive, all rounded workout.

TRX is safe 

Because of its suspended nature, and that the only weight involved in your exercises are your bodyweight, TRX suspension training exercises are usually low impact. This means that your joints during your exercises are not put under much stresses.With this, it results in a lower risk of injury or relapse of a pre-existing injury, allowing you to have a peace of mind as you sweat it all out and train hard to meet your fitness goals.

What exercises can I do with TRX?

Below are five workout examples you can do with the TRX. For more personalised workout experience, use the 7Fitness app whilst doing the TRX workout.

TRX Standing Push-up

 

 

Step 1 (Starting Position)
Hold on to the handles/grips and straighten your arms, slant about 45 degree facing against the TRX

Step 2
Lean forward with your full body weight until your forearms and arms are of about 90 degrees apart (Slightly less than 90 degrees is also acceptable).
Finally, engage your core and chest muscles and push yourself back to the Starting position

Major Muscles Involved
Pectoralis (Chest), Core (Abs)

TRX Standing Row

 

  

Step 1 (Starting Position)
Hold on to the handles/grips and straighten your arms, slant about 45 degrees facing towards the TRX.

Step 2
Pull towards the upright position your forearms and arms are of about 90 degrees apart (Slightly less than 90 degrees is also acceptable).
Thereafter, steadily straight your arms and balance yourself back to the Starting position

Major Muscles Involved
Upper and Lower Trapezius (Upper Back), Core (Abs)

TRX Assisted Squats

Step 1 (Starting Position)
Hold onto the handles/grips and straighten your arms, face towards the TRX in an upright position

Step 2
Shift your glutes (Buttocks) steadily downwards until your thighs and calfs are of about 90 degrees apart (Slightly less than 90 degrees is also acceptable). Make sure your back is straighten and your knees are behind your toes when you are squatting.
After which, firmly push yourself up against the ground using your leg muscles (pull yourself using the TRX if you require assistance) towards the starting position

Major Muscles Involved
Quadriceps (Thighs), Glutes (Buttocks)

TRX Suspended Lunges

 

 

Step 1 (Starting Position)
At each time, strap the foot strap only onto one of your ankle, lift your legs until it reaches your waist line.

Step 2
As you shift your body towards the ground, slowly extend the strapped leg behind until it is almost straighten, and bent your unstrapped leg till your thighs and calfs are of about 90 degrees apart (Slightly less than 90 degrees is also acceptable). Make sure that you lean forward to maximise stability and range of motion.
Lastly, carefully push yourself up against the ground towards the starting position

Major Muscles Involved
Quadriceps (Thighs), Glutes (Buttocks)

TRX Suspended Reverse Crunches

Step 1 (Starting Position)
Get into a push up position with both legs strapped with foot straps. Ensure your legs are fully straighten

Step 2
Bend your legs and lift it as close towards your chest possible. Ensure that your back is straighten whilst conducting this exercise.
Following which, steadily straighten your legs and back towards the starting position

Major Muscles Involved
Core (Abs)