Trust us: the T doesn't stand for torture. TRX is a revolutionary workout using straps and your own body weight to add resistance to dynamic stretches. It helps strengthen muscles, restore joint mobility and encourage good posture. "It's especially
It's great to see an article on the TRX. Unfortunately this article doesn't do it justice - it is far more than a piece of equipment for recovery after injury! I use it regularly to train with and I am stronger and fitter than I have ever been. I
I read this article on a TRX training machine - wondering if anyone has heard of it, tried it, or has any thoughts on whether it might be an asset for cross training?
* I run marathons* I prefer Trail to Road running* I'm a ChiRunner and trained with Michelle Muldoon and Danny Dreyer* My Cross-Training is WaterRower indoor rowing, TRX Suspension Training, stair climbing and cycling.
to the TRX. It can improve your running and well and truly shake up your workout regime. As complete newbies to the training device we went along to meet US guru Dan Mcdonogh and Brit TRX expert Elizabeth Banks in their Baker Street studio to learn the ropes
I have a Garmin 305 that I use for running, but I would like to get a HRM that can measure my heart rate and calories burnt during other sessions like circuits, my TRX training and when I'm digging down the allotment! I've just been given a voucher
Following on from the success of our running specific TRX session with UK master trainer Elizabeth Banks, we asked if we could go back and do a similar thing but with triathletes in mind and thankfully she said yes. With the triathlon season very
gohttp://www.poundland.co.uk/product-range/a-z/trx-sportzgear-waist-support/ Stay Indoors!! I do strength training with weights at this time of year.If you must go outside buy some thermal base layers
the hour (and further) needs more brain power than leg power The best thing for better endurance is more running. Disagree that it's about willpower - it's mainly about being fit - you shouldn't often be training to the extent your legs are screaming
Hello everyoneOne of my goals for the new year is to reduce my body fat to below 20% and I wondered if anyone out there has any good tips?I train about 5/6 times a week in some form usually made up of the following; Run - 1/3 times (including a race
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