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The Principle of Individuality

The Principle of Individuality

TRX allows you to be “all in” physically and emotionally because you can use it anywhere, anytime for any fitness goal. You are on your own journey, embrace your positive results, take every opportunity you can to celebrate your body’s movement and keep your eyes on your next small victory. Read >

Sleep & Recovery

Sleep & Recovery

Some of us may have grown up believing the fallacy “No Pain, No Gain,” but the risks of overtraining include illness, injury, and lost training time. Of course, you should expect to be tired after a hard workout, but you should recover by the following morning. Read >

Different Types of Workouts to Consider

Different Types of Workouts to Consider

What is the best method for you to train for cardio, strength, endurance or flexibility? The answer depends on what you want to accomplish – the goals of your training. There are several options you can choose from and TRX Suspension Training is an effective, powerful and portable tool which can be part of all of the following techniques. Read >

The Importance of Consistency and Sticking with It

The Importance of Consistency and Sticking with It

Changing behavior to include exercise requires more effort than simply opening a bottle and swallowing a few pills. Physical activity is the only medicine that offers many benefits, with no negative side effects. Read >

TRX for Yoga: Ellie’s Story

TRX for Yoga: Ellie’s Story

Read about Ellie and her quest for the handstand press. Read >

How To Lose Belly Fat With TRX

How To Lose Belly Fat With TRX

If you are looking for a quick trick to shed some excess belly fat, TRX could be a good place to start. Unlike almost any other training system available, TRX Suspension Training challenges your entire body in all planes of motion creating a huge metabolic effect and helps you build lean, toned muscle. Read >

Surfing requires a tremendous amount of upper-body and core strength, as well as cardiovascular endurance and skill. Whether you’re an elite-level surfer or your just trying to get the most out of your limited time in the water, doing some cross training can really help to improve your performance. Read >

One of the greatest benefits of a yoga practice is balance: the balance between strength and flexibility, between movement and breath, between mental and physical. Balance is something that yoga instructor, PHD and Under Armour Trainer Shauna Harrison has worked hard to achieve in her career and in her life. Read >

As a runner, developing integrated lower and upper-body strength, especially through your core, will result in a more powerful and efficient stride. Though it may seem a little counter-intuitive, your upper body and core actually play a big part in generating power and maintaining stability while you run. Read >

In this first installation of our For the Love of the Run series, professional runner and sub-four-minute-miler David Torrence and TRX Head of Human Performance, Chris Frankel, show you how to improve your posture as well as develop your ankle and hip mobility. Read >

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