Well + Good's Laurel Leicht got her first TRX Suspension Trainer about five years ago. She strapped it up to her bedroom door and loved how it instantly turned her tiny Brooklyn apartment into a mini gym. Simple moves like planks and jack knifes got more fun and way more challenging at once.
Take a look at an interview between CBI Writer, Craig Waters and TRX President, Paul Zadoff on what attracted him to TRX and what TRX stands for.Full article
With the launch of the TRX Home2, you can finally bring the Navy SEAL-approvedworkout system home with you. The TRX Home2 is the ultimate at-home (or outdoor) workout tool. All you need is an anchor that will hold your weight; then you can break a sweat any time, any place. I took the TRX home to see how it fared in a New York City apartment.
Military.com features TRX as one item that can replace just about any piece of weight machine or free weight, and that it is key for every tactical athlete because too many people skip their workouts then they are too busy to go to a gym or on travel.Full article
The TRX Suspension Trainer is featured in the October issue of Muscle & Fitness (October). TRX is specifically called out as the most recognizable suspension trainer on the market and is used throughout the 9-page workout feature. The piece includes a 30-minute and 15-minute workout utilizing TRX-inspired moves such as the lunge jump, leg curl, recline row, mountain climber and many more.
TRX was featured on FOX News Channel’s popular national morning show to discuss TRX, the roots of the company, Randy Hetrick's history in the SEALs, and to walk the hosts through a few different moves. Check out the segment here.