Strength Training

Strength training as a concept encompasses a broad range of training activities and objectives. Strength plays a role in your ability to perform most movements in sports and life. You may want bigger muscles. You may want to just get stronger without adding mass. You may want to become both big and strong. Training for strength could be a primary activity to achieve goals you have for your appearance, your sport--or your job if you’re a first responder, tactical athlete or perform physical labor. Use this page to discover how to develop strength with TRX Training.

What is “Strength Training”
The term “strength” refers to a muscle’s ability to generate force against physical objects. We use the term “strength training” to refer to the process of exercising for the purpose of strengthening the musculoskeletal system--that is, building strength. To achieve specific goals, strength training incorporates different combinations of exercises, reps, sets and tempo. These variables can be manipulated, regressed and progressed in order to alter intensity and target specific training objectives. For example, pushing your body to perform more reps or sets of a specific exercise could help you develop greater strength or achieve hypertrophy.

Why is Strength Training Important
Muscular strength plays a part in every movement you make. A regular strength training routine can build the strength and size of your muscles. But it can also play a crucial role in strengthening tendons, bones and ligaments. This can help reduce the risk of injury, speed up metabolism and lead to an afterburn effect that promotes fat loss.

Why You Should Use TRX for Strength Training
Training with the Rip Trainer and Suspension Trainer gives you a fun, functional way to develop strength and give yourself an advantage in whatever endeavors you pursue. TRX Training gear lets you easily take your workout wherever you train--at home, at the gym, outside, in a hotel or on the road. With TRX Training, you use your core with every movement and work your body the way it’s built to move as an integrated, interconnected unit. You can easily progress the difficulty of each TRX exercise, sequence or workout to find the challenge that’s just what you need to safely develop strength.

 

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Tackle a Tough Mudder with TRX 01.30.13 Sports Performance A team of 24 employees from TRX corporate HQ recently conquered the NorCal Tough Mudder event at Lake Tahoe, a challenging course at 8,000 ft. of elevation that featured 11 miles of mountainous terrain and 20 obstacles including ice cold water,...
How Do You Get Strong Shoulders, Ask the... 01.12.13 TRX 101 This short TRX shoulder workout delivers big results for anyone who wants to build strength in their deltoids, traps and chest muscles.   TRX Clock Pull (alternating sides): 1 minute TRX Swimmer Pull: 1 minute TRX Push-up Plus: 1...
TRX Total Strength and Conditioning... 12.06.12 Exercise Library The TRX Total Strength and Conditioning Workout Program is a six-week progressive training regimen (in PDF format) that will build your cardio endurance, strength, core stability and flexibility.   Results are a combination of diligence...
Ask The Professor: Can You Use The TRX... 11.07.12 Suspension Training Here, TRX Head of Human Performance, Chris Frankel, shows you three ways you can use the TRX Suspension Trainer to build strength.      For pushing exercises, the TRX Chest Press in this case, Frankel explains that if you...
TRX and Hardcore Resistance Training 10.20.12 TRX 101 As a coach and athlete visiting from another fitness planet, Planet Maximum Muscle, Power and Strength, when visiting TRX world, I made it a point to study the techniques and tactics that have made TRX the undisputed success it is.   I...
TRX Body Blast Workout 09.09.12 Exercise Library The goal of TRX Body Blast is to get all different fitness levels together to perform the same exercise at the same time in a group exercise class. The key ingredient for the TRX Body Blast class is MUSIC. All of the exercises are choreographed to...
The TRX Crossing Balance Lunge 05.09.12 Suspension Training The TRX Crossing Balance Lunge is an excellent exercise to build single-leg strength and core stability for soccer, MMA or any other activity with unilateral lower body movement.  To perform the TRX Crossing Balance Lunge, adjust your TRX...
TRX Weekly Exercise: TRX Single Arm Row 02.14.12 Exercise Library The TRX Single Arm Row can be used to develop unilateral strength as well as challenge the core, arms and back. To perform this exercise:   Pull your working arm to your side and activate your whole core as though you are holding a...