TRX Boot Camp: Ropes + Straps Round 2

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This workout is a heart-pounding hybrid of Suspension Training exercises and jump rope conditioning intervals to build total body strength and cardiovascular endurance. Increase flexibility and challenge your core, all in just 40 minutes.

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TRX Boot Camp: Ropes + Straps Round 2 uses staggered, progressively more challenging block progressions to serve up a round of strength and cardio, boot camp style. This DVD features a 50-minute, real-time workout with former Navy SEAL and TRX inventor Randy Hetrick and Jump Rope Master and Olympian Buddy Lee, a 15-minute jump rope clinic, warm up and cool down routines, step-by-step instructions for set up and use and an extensive full color workout guide. Plus, you will receive the Instant Video Download of the program immediately so you can download it to your computer and start your workout today. This is a double feature of intense TRX strength training and rope jumping cardio intervals, developed to push your metabolism into overdrive.

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First let me say how excited I was to hear that FA had released a part 2 to their incredible Boot Camp: Ropes and Straps workout! The first one was killer! As a full-time personal trainer and ultrmarathoner I found the workout to be challenging and fresh. I enjoyed the mix of resistance work and jump rope that gives you that great metabolic training. I had no complaints about the first DVD, not in the slightest, but I thought to myself, if they were to make another one maybe they should emphasis a few of the less emphasize muscle groups in a second DVD. Did they read my mind?!?! That is exactly what you get and more in Round 2! Let me break this product down for you: The Booklet- Even the workout booklet was improved! I am always impressed when a company strives to better themselves not just in the main areas but also in the details. FA delivers on the details! In this new workout booklet you not only get great pics showing you step-by-step how to do the exercise but there is not a nice little symbol on the page that answers that question I always get from client: “how long should the TRX be extended.” With this workout booklet you get the answer for each exercise right there for you. No guess work required. Like before, with many exercise you are shown how to perform the “regression” of that particular exercise in case the typical versions is too difficult at the time. Also show are the ways to make the exercise harder, the “progression,” for additional challenge. Tips are provided on each page to enhance the exercise experience and new to this booklet is the notation as to what muscles are being primarily worked with each particular TRX movement. The over-all look of the booklet is more pleasing to the eye with a much brighter theme and layout. I would say that this should be the new TRX workout booklet standard but knowing the folks at FA they are already at work on exceeding even this new bar. The Video- Shot on a beach front . . . Can you find any better location? I think not. The set up for this workout is identical to that of the first DVD (except the rope jumping is done on the opposite site). The quality is terrific. In the Menu you have an option to view the TRX Set-up and jump rope clinics as before as well as bonus footage, “TRXtras.” One of the improvements in shooting that was made was the positioning of the participants. This time you have one of the participants of the workout with their back to you. Awesome! Now you can get a view of the exercise from the back so you can see any details you might have missed from a frontal angle. Randy and Buddy do a first rate job “hosting” the workout. The Workout- As mentioned already, this workout is the PERFECT complement to the first Boot Camp: Ropes and Straps workout. Anything that might have been lacking is packed into this one. Although both DVD’s are full-body workouts there are muscle groups that are emphasized more than others in each workout. This would allow for someone to perform these workouts on back-to-back days while allowing muscle recovery of emphasized muscle groups on days the non-emphasized workout is done. And the format is not just a copy of the first DVD, the pyramid workout, but staggered block format with increased intensity. And your not repeating the same jumps either. This time you get to try out all those crazy jumps you saw Buddy Lee demonstrate in the jump rope clinic but did not do in the first DVD (and I have to admit, it was nice to see some of the jumpers struggling with them this time, lol). The difference in this workout compared with its predecessor can be summed up in two words, “twist’ and “explode.” In this workout you will find yourself moving around a whole lot more as you explode into a variety of lunges and cross-overs. And need I say that you will get a great core workout? I don’t think so. FA delivers on their slogan “All core, all the time.” It needs to be kept in mind that this is an intermediate to advanced level workout so like before, you have three participants who demonstrate different levels of the exercise and intensities during the workout. This is very helpful to individuals who are desiring to see the benchmarks of their current fitness level and something to strive for as they attempt to keep-up with the one who is slightly more advanced then they are. I can not recommend this DVD (and Round 1) to you enough. This is TRX training at its best and the best is all you will get from the folks at Fitness Anywhere and the TRX.

First let me say how excited I was to hear that FA had released a part 2 to their incredible Boot Camp: Ropes and Straps workout! The first one was killer! As a full-time personal trainer and ultrmarathoner I found the workout to be challenging and fresh. I enjoyed the mix of resistance work and jump rope that gives you that great metabolic training. I had no complaints about the first DVD, not in the slightest, but I thought to myself, if they were to make another one maybe they should emphasis a few of the less emphasize muscle groups in a second DVD. Did they read my mind?!?! That is exactly what you get and more in Round 2! Let me break this product down for you: The Booklet- Even the workout booklet was improved! I am always impressed when a company strives to better themselves not just in the main areas but also in the details. FA delivers on the details! In this new workout booklet you not only get great pics showing you step-by-step how to do the exercise but there is not a nice little symbol on the page that answers that question I always get from client: “how long should the TRX be extended.” With this workout booklet you get the answer for each exercise right there for you. No guess work required. Like before, with many exercise you are shown how to perform the “regression” of that particular exercise in case the typical versions is too difficult at the time. Also show are the ways to make the exercise harder, the “progression,” for additional challenge. Tips are provided on each page to enhance the exercise experience and new to this booklet is the notation as to what muscles are being primarily worked with each particular TRX movement. The over-all look of the booklet is more pleasing to the eye with a much brighter theme and layout. I would say that this should be the new TRX workout booklet standard but knowing the folks at FA they are already at work on exceeding even this new bar. The Video- Shot on a beach front . . . Can you find any better location? I think not. The set up for this workout is identical to that of the first DVD (except the rope jumping is done on the opposite site). The quality is terrific. In the Menu you have an option to view the TRX Set-up and jump rope clinics as before as well as bonus footage, “TRXtras.” One of the improvements in shooting that was made was the positioning of the participants. This time you have one of the participants of the workout with their back to you. Awesome! Now you can get a view of the exercise from the back so you can see any details you might have missed from a frontal angle. Randy and Buddy do a first rate job “hosting” the workout. The Workout- As mentioned already, this workout is the PERFECT complement to the first Boot Camp: Ropes and Straps workout. Anything that might have been lacking is packed into this one. Although both DVD’s are full-body workouts there are muscle groups that are emphasized more than others in each workout. This would allow for someone to perform these workouts on back-to-back days while allowing muscle recovery of emphasized muscle groups on days the non-emphasized workout is done. And the format is not just a copy of the first DVD, the pyramid workout, but staggered block format with increased intensity. And your not repeating the same jumps either. This time you get to try out all those crazy jumps you saw Buddy Lee demonstrate in the jump rope clinic but did not do in the first DVD (and I have to admit, it was nice to see some of the jumpers struggling with them this time, lol). The difference in this workout compared with its predecessor can be summed up in two words, “twist’ and “explode.” In this workout you will find yourself moving around a whole lot more as you explode into a variety of lunges and cross-overs. And need I say that you will get a great core workout? I don’t think so. FA delivers on their slogan “All core, all the time.” It needs to be kept in mind that this is an intermediate to advanced level workout so like before, you have three participants who demonstrate different levels of the exercise and intensities during the workout. This is very helpful to individuals who are desiring to see the benchmarks of their current fitness level and something to strive for as they attempt to keep-up with the one who is slightly more advanced then they are. I can not commend this DVD (and “Round 1”) to you enough. This is TRX training at its best and the best is all you will get from the folks at Fitness Anywhere and the TRX.

Randy did it AGAIN! An amazing workout for the second time, complete with strength stacking and cardio intervals on the TRX. I loved how the exercises focused on postural musculature as well as athletic moves in all different planes of motion. Go TRX!

The biggest beef I've got against this workout video are the interviews in the "workout" section and the lack of a structured warm-up. Other videos I've used in the past warm you up, work you out, and cool you down. Any additional fluff is in a different section of the DVD. I hope you've found this helpful.