TRX® Rip Training Workout: Leaner | Faster | Stronger

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This downloadable 45-minute, real-time Rip Training workout led by Pete Holman, Inventor of the Rip Trainer, will help you improve power, speed and strength through four high-intensity rounds to deliver results and get you fit fast.


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Pete Holman, inventor of the Rip Trainer and a US National TaeKwon-Do Champion, will coach you through this first-of-its-kind, 45-minute workout designed to make you leaner, faster and stronger. Blending 13 Rip strength exercises with fast-paced metabolic conditioning, this workout breaks out into four rounds, each with a specific focus: Foundations, leaner, faster and stronger.

The download also contains basic use instructions, dynamic warm-up and cool-down routines and a challenge round to push your limits and gas your tank. Special features include an interview and performance tips from Holman, who brings 20 years of industry experience to this workout. Plus, you will receive this Instant Video Download with a Digital Workout Guide immediately, so you can download it to your computer and start your training today. Add this workout to your training regimen now for quick results that you can get anytime, anywhere.

Once you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access your digital content. All digital media, downloadable media and the mobile application are considered final sales.

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The TRX RIP course and workouts are amongst the most efficient and well balanced programs available. This is a game changer for anyone wanting to elevate their TRX practice, knowledge base as well as add an incredible multi dimensional apparatus to their arsenal. Highly recommended!

very nice workout

It's worth the low price even if the video suffers from the typical annoying attempts at motivating the viewer. If you're doing this in a hotel room you're going to need to make some modifications to the routine so you don't knock holes in drywall.

simple idea but efficient as much as the most complicated fitness equipment