TRX Banded + Strap Exercise

Try Our 3 Favorite Bum-Burning Exercises

TRX Training You can always level up or scale back your TRX Suspension Trainer™ workouts by adjusting your rep count, speed, or angle, but TRX Training Club® instructor Georgia Legg has another way to add some spice back into your glute workouts: Use your Exercise Band with your straps.  To help you get started, Georgia is demonstrating three banded TRX moves: the Glute Bridge, Plank Abduction, and the Arabesque. TRX Banded Glute Bridge  Strap Length: Mid-calf Band Position: 2-3 inches above knees Exercise: Start facing away from the anchor point with your heels in the foot cradles, feet and knees positioned about 6 inches apart, knees bent in tabletop, and your shoulder blades on the ground. Keeping your knees bent, press your heels into the foot cradles, and slowly lift your hips off of the ground to eliminate the hip crease, before slowly lowering back down. To make this move harder, reset on the ground and shuffle further away from the anchor point. TRX Banded Plank Abduction   Strap Length: Mid-calf Band position: 2-3 inches above knees Exercise: Kneel facing away from the anchor point with your toes in the foot cradles. Press either your palms or forearms into the floor, and press the tops of your feet into the foot cradles to lift into a plank. Once you’re in the plank position, extend your legs wide to stretch the band. As you do, you’ll feel your glutes and abductors activate. Close your feet back together and repeat. TRX Banded Arabesque Strap Length: Mid-calf Band position: 2-3 inches above knees Exercise: Stand facing your anchor, and hold the handles of your straps at either side of your rib cage. Start standing on your left foot, with your right knee slightly bent and your right foot lifted. From here, you’ll create a kickback, reaching your hands forward, pressing your palms face-down on the handles, and lifting your right leg straight behind you, as high as you can. (Don’t worry, you’ll repeat all the fun on your left leg!) Slowly return to standing, pulling your knee forward as you do.  Which exercise was your favorite? Show us how you do all three by tagging @trxtraining on Instagram or Facebook, and try more of Georgia’s challenges every week in TRX Training Club. 

3 Challenging Yoga Poses Made Easier With TRX

Krystal Say is here to explain how the Suspension Trainer can be the ultimate support tool for some of those more challenging yoga poses.   


TRX was founded on the concept of functional fitness and developed 7 foundational movements to support that concept.
A cyclist wearing a riding kit, helmet, and sunglasses warms up outside using the TRX Suspension Trainer.

Try It: The Ultimate Off-Season TRX Training Programs for Cyclists

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.
TRX For Cycling

These Expert-Approved TRX Exercises Will Improve Your Ride

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!
Louis Lopez holds his TRX Suspension Trainer in front of a black, yellow, and white background


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.
Stephanie Warwick performs a TRX Clock Press in the TRX Live studio

These 3 TRX Moves Are Exclusive To The Straps

These three TRX-exclusive moves are just a few more reasons to appreciate the most versatile fitness tool in the world.
Dean Karnazes running in the mountains

Ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes Shares His Favorite TRX Moves

“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.