We use the term “core” to refer to the region of your body below the neck to the hips and excluding your arms and legs. Your core consists of more than just your abs. All of the muscles that surround your abdomen, support your spine and protect your internal organs, collectively comprise your “core” muscles.
What is “Core Fitness:”
Having a strong core means more than having a visible six-pack. Your core muscles generate the stability needed to effectively perform any athletic movement like throwing, swinging, striking and twisting.
Why you should use TRX for core training:
If you want to move, feel and look better, chances are you should start with your core. Any movement performed on a TRX Suspension Trainer requires that you brace and stabilize with your abs, obliques and lower-back so you can leverage your own bodyweight as resistance. The TRX exercises on this page use functional movements (the way you move in everyday life) to help you increase your core fitness. Remember, the moment the exercise becomes too difficult to maintain core stability, regress it or move on.
TRX Core Sequence
The TRX Body Crunch to TRX Body Saw, shown here with Fraser Quelch and Randy Hetrick, is an incredible combination of core exercises sure to give your whole abdominal region a serious burn. ...
TRX Tips for Effective Core Training
In an effort to clear up a bit of the ambiguity surrounding core training, TRX Director of Programing and Education, Fraser Quelch, gives us this deep dive into what surrounds your midsection. Lear...
TRX TV: Core Strength Training Tips
TRX Functional Core Training Workout
The TRX Suspension Trainer provides many variations for training the trunk stabilizers. Here, Dr. Jennifer Reiner works with professional MMA fighter Kerry Vera, who is returning from a lumbar disc...
TRX CORE Baby Blast
We have a TRX first here today. This workout literally comes straight from the delivery room where TRX CORE Member Jesse Rowe and his wife Sarah just welcomed their first child—baby Nolan. Ro...