That does make the TRX more appealing now as a runner, might print off this page and give them a go.
most exercises on the trx will be good for a runner, you can engage your core on a lot of the exercises,
I have been doing TRX for a couple of months as recommended by my physio - is great for core work, have had no injuries and has improved my 10k times.
I have been thinking of buying a TRX as it is very easy to store and carry almost everywhere. It is just the price that puts me off... I am quite frankly not sure if the kit is worth about £200...
Useful, but doesn't mention how many sets/reps of each should be performed?!
I reckon you could make a set from two old car seat belts, a carabiner and something for the handles/footrests, and strap it to a tree!
Trx exercise are good for running,but beware they are hard going but enjoyable
Same excerises as the balance ball,hits getting a theme. New pricey kit to do thing we can all do without the pricey kit!
ah! you have to but kit of course!
The Rip 60 is pretty much the same - exept much much cheaper - had for months now and use it all the time.
LOL!!! Great idea
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trainer-In-Bag-Military-Gunmetal/dp/B009WFHPVG/ref=pd_sim_sg_5 another suspension set, £32.49 delivered. Much better starting point that TRX @ close to £200
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