Tag Archives: TRX Suspension Training

TRX 40/40 Challenge – Day 2

1 Oct

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Today was my rest day but decided to do some light stretching to relieve some of the tightness from yesterday’s 5K. I also did my second TRX 40/40 test this week. Today I did better than yesterday and I’ll take that.

TRX Atomic Push-ups: 20
TRX Low Rows: 26

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TRX Tactical Force 12- Week Condition Program: DONE

12 Jul

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Another workout program in the books! First my second round of Insanity and now my second round of TRX Tactical Force Conditioning Program this year. I finished up the last week by working out 5 days in a row which is a first for me. I havn’t been feeling a bit tired from not having a day of rest but I can tell with the right diet, my body got use to it.

I started the TRX program on April 23rd, 2013 and finished today, July 12, 2013. I’m 5″6′ tall and I started at 183.8 pounds and finished at 180.8 pounds. I went from 21.2% body fat to 20.4% body fat. I also lost an inch around my naval.

There’s still work to be done. I want to get to 170 pounds by the end of August. I’m taking the weekend off and starting up on Monday. I’ll take the weekend to decide what workout I want to do next. Cheers!

TRX Force: Week 12 – Day 3

11 Jul

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Just one more workout to go to complete the 12 week program. Tomorrow is a test day, but I’ve been replacing the test days with kettlebell workouts. I’ve done 4 workouts in a row without rest and it’s amazing how having a positive attitude can give you the energy to workout on days you’ll rather be elsewhere.

Today, I did a new TRX movement that I haven’t done before. It’s a TRX hinge (single arm) to a push up with a clock press. As you start to hinge, you can feel your core fire and tighten up. Then as you move into a push up position, your free hand touches the ground and your other hand in the strap does a 3 O’Clock press as you perform the push up. Come back up and do a reverse hinge and complete for 10 reps each arm. Here’s a video without a clock press at the end.

TRX Force: Week 12 – Day 2

10 Jul

 

If you’re still on the fence about adding TRX to your workout routine, here’s another video from another respectable trainer, Coach Dos, demonstrates his favorite TRX exercises. As you can see you can come up with a variety of movements to target specific compound muscle groups with just a simple piece of equipment like no other.

TRX Force: Week 12 – Day 1

9 Jul

Another day, another battle! Getting pumped as I seeing the end of the tunnel with the TRX program. Check out the video of 10 different TRX movements you can do year round to help you build your body like a machine. This one of my favorite TRX videos on the web.

TRX Force: Week 11 – Day 3

6 Jul

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Hands down the toughest workout in the TRX Tactical Force Conditioning Book! Didn’t help that this was my third workout day in a row. As you can see, no part of your body get neglected. When it’s all said and done, you’ve just completed 6 total rounds of solid movements that develop your mobility, stability, and strength while adding speed and power challenges and improving your ability to do both.

TRX Force: Week 10 – Day 2

26 Jun

ImageToday I woke up to find myself four pounds lighter than the start of the week and it’s only hump day! What’s the secret. Well it’s very simple! Eat less, move more. Since you’re eating less, make those meals count. Get your protein, good low-carbs and plenty of water mixed in with your exercise. Plus add some low impact activity like walking your dog in the evening and you’re on your way to looking like you belong on TV with your own show.