Better comfort.
Better control.
Better performance.

When you have a literal handle on your resistance bands, you get more out of every move.

Bandit Sizzle

Train with us and your Bandit.

Sign up for the TRX Training Club℠ app and get the basics on your TRX Bandit™ so you can start crushing your fitness goals. See how it’s used for strength, endurance, and mobility in LIVE classes and On Demand workouts.

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Single Arm Row

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Sumo Squat to High Row

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Chest Press

Simple setup. Big results.

Once you see how easy it is to add your strength band (or two) to your TRX Bandit, the workout options are nearly limitless.


What our members say

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I stayed away from any type of strength band exercises because they hurt my hands. Not anymore! TRX Bandit has totally changed my mind about strength bands and strength band training with its comfy grip and ease of use.

I can’t wait to try out the Bandit workouts in TRX Training Club!

- Virginea

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TRX Bandit paired with the straps offers new possibilities and challenges, plus fresh moves and more fun!

- Christina

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Whether on the beach, on the road, in my office or at home, I love the flexibility the TRX Bandit gives me to get a quality workout in! As a former professional athlete that knows what it takes to get and stay in shape, my straps and the TRX Bandit provide unparalleled movements and exercises that challenge me to stay fit and strong!

- Nick

Load it up: All about Strength Bands.

Resistance Options

TRX Strength Bands are mapped to specific weight ranges so you can customize workouts and easily track progress. Use TRX Bandit with our 5-15lb blue band, 15-30lb green band, 25-50lb yellow band, and 35-70lb orange band.

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The more you stretch it, the heavier it feels

To use the lowest weight, leave some slack in your band by standing closer to your anchor point. To increase the challenge, choke up on the band to shorten its length.

Zero stretch = zero weight
Fully stretched = max weight
Halfway stretched = half the max weight