Flexibility and Mobility Training

Developing functional flexibility and mobility helps you stay fit and prevent injuries. TRX Training helps you efficiently and effectively develop the functional flexibility and mobility you need to build a stronger, faster, more powerful and durable body. This page provides the information you need to know to use TRX Training to increase your flexibility and mobility.

What are Flexibility and Mobility:
We use the term “flexibility” to refer to the total available range of motion around a joint. However, flexibility does not necessarily translate to moving well. We use “mobility” to express how well you can move through the appropriate functional range of motion for a joint within a given movement pattern.

Why are Flexibility and Mobility Training Important:  
To get the most out of your body and training for life and sport, you must make flexibility and mobility training part of your workout program. In order to perform exercises or physical activities pain and injury-free, you need to have the appropriate level of flexibility and mobility to go through the full range of motion. If you don’t, you will either short-stroke the movement or force yourself through it. As a result, you won’t move or feel better and could potentially injure yourself.

Why You Should Incorporate TRX in your Flexibility and Mobility Training:
The TRX Suspension Trainer allows you to unload and leverage your bodyweight while performing strength, mobility and flexibility exercises. This enables you to instantly modify any exercise to your available range of motion or level of strength and safely and appropriately improve your functional mobility and flexibility over time.


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Mobility vs Flexibility With TRX 02.19.13 TRX 101 Get the most out of your TRX workouts by incorporating an understanding of flexibility and mobility, and how it relates to building your total body fitness.  In the wide world of fitness talk, flexibility and mobility are two terms that are...
How to Warm It Up 01.26.13 TRX 101 Your grade school P.E. teacher told you: warm up to prevent injuries. He was right. But there's more to it than that. An effective pre-workout routine helps to prime the body by:   ● Waking up and preparing the neuromuscular...
Improving Run by Increasing Your Flexibility 01.07.13 Sports Performance While most runners are focused on fast intervals, hill repeats and getting their long runs in, there is an often overlooked but crucial training element to consider. This element is one of the best ways to get faster with minimal effort, yet most...
TRX Shoulder Stability Workout 01.05.13 Sports Medicine   If your weekend plans include making a trip to your local ballpark to take in America's pastime, pause between bites of that frank to note the number of players on the DL. Injuries among Major League Baseball players are on the...
TRX for Lower Extremity Injury 12.17.12 Sports Medicine Dr. Jennifer Reiner incorporates the TRX Suspension Trainer into her sports rehabilitation services at Todd Durkin’s facility, Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego. Here she demonstrates her top five exercises for individuals rehabbing a lower...
TRX for Strong Knees 12.11.12 Sports Medicine "Your MRI looks worse than you do,” my doctor said to me after a recent visit. After a torn ACL and cartilage damage I had suffered two decades ago, I was given a diagnosis of “early” (because I’m relatively young!)...
TRX Pilates Workout 05.22.12 Suspension Training In this video, we've enlisted the help of Kirsten Gerding, a certified Pilates Instructor and TRX Trainer, to show us the following three Pilates-based moves you can perform on your TRX.   TRX Stroking the Globe Benefits:...
TRX for Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) -... 01.25.12 Sports Medicine Physical therapist Chris Nentarz talks on “Iliotibial Band Syndrome” (ITBS) and the ways you can prevent this common running injury.   Under Recover Having a balance between work and rest will breed success. Recovery, or...