Dan McDonogh, TRX Senior Master Instructor and International Fitness Presenter, has been coaching professional and recreational cyclists for decades, and he’s designed the perfect TRX cross-training programs to maintain—and improve—cycling performance.
Pre-cycling prep can help you ride longer, faster, and further, but it doesn’t require a trip to the gym. Just grab your TRX Suspension Trainer™ and TRX Rocker!
With your TRX Suspension Trainer™ and just 15 minutes, you can crank out an effective, full-body workout—even on-the-go!
If you want the power of Rafael Nadal or the athletic conditioning of Serena Williams, grab your TRX Suspension Trainer and start with these 5 TRX Training tennis tips.
These three TRX-exclusive moves are just a few more reasons to appreciate the most versatile fitness tool in the world.
“A TRX workout is ideal for runners because it uses body weight and strengthens and tones rather than building excess bulk, which can slow a runner down,” Dean said.
The TRX Suspension Trainer provides an excellent tool to scale, complement and improve your yoga practice. We’ve partnered with yoga and fitness instructor, and Under Armour trainer, Shauna Harrison to show you how to incorporate the straps into your yoga. Today we get to work on the oh-so-popular headstand. Like many inversions, this pose is all about core strength and protecting your neck. This progression on the TRX Suspension Trainer will first help you establish your base and then safely help you develop the core strength and control to get fully inverted. Progression One:This is a TRX Plank on your forearms with your fingers interlocked. Your focus for this progression should be establishing your base through your arms and shoulders and engaging your core for a rock-solid plank. Progression Two:With your feet in the foot cradles and your arms in that strong foundation position, pike your hips up directly over your shoulders and let the top of your head rest on the ground. Progression Three:This is similar to progression two, but now only place one foot in the foot cradles and reach your other foot up over your hips. Make sure you do this with both legs. Headstands can be exciting and intimidating, and this progression provides an excellent way to develop the foundation and confidence you’ll need. Be sure to check the rest of our TRX for Yoga series: TRX for HandstandTRX for Yoga Warrior IITRX for Eka Pada Koundiyasana 2TRX for DancerTRX for Crow PoseTRX for BackbendsTRX for HeadstandsTRX for Warrior ThreeFor more ways to incorporate TRX into your yoga practice, try our TRX Yoga Fusion Workout.
"When I reach 60, I want to be a really good and fit 60. If you are using the TRX or you’re using calisthenics with your own body weight, you're activating everything."
Learn how to use the TRX RIP Trainer™ and TRX Suspension Trainer™ to improve rotational power, build core strength, improve stability, and more in the TRX for Golf course.