This workout focuses on the lower body, working on not only strength, but balance and coordination as well.

Station Setup: General warm up of 5 minutes, choose activities based on what you need to work on in your mobility and for your weaknesses.

There are 5 Stations (or Blocks) of work. You will perform each as a circuit, completing 2 rounds of all of the exercises before moving on to the next station. There is a 30 second rest in between stations. After you have completed all 5 stations, you will repeat the entire program again.

Equipment Needed: TRX, Kettlebell, Dumbbell, Wobble Board (or BOSU)

TRX Training Camp 3.5

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For Memorial Day, I thought we’d put together a version of CrossFit’s Murph. Murph is in memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005.

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The workout is structured as follows

1 mile Run*
100 TRX Rows (Advanced: TRX Inverted Rows)
200 TRX Chest Press (Advanced: TRX Push Ups)
300 TRX Squats (Advanced: TRX Squat Jumps)
1 mile Run*

Partition the TRX Rows, TRX Chest Presses, and TRX Squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run. *For a straight strength program, remove the 1 mile Runs.

 

Move through 2 blocks of TRX exercises with a cardio/core 2 minute challenge at the end of each section in this 50 minute full-body workout.

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It’s the Victoria Day Long Weekend, but don’t let that stop you from getting a great workout in.

Station Setup: You’re going to move through 8 stations in this workout. Each exercise is 50 seconds long with a 20 second break. You will alternate between the two exercises in each block with the exception of blocks 5, 6, 8. In Block 5 you will complete 1 set of each of the exercises, and in Blocks 6 and 8 you will stay with the same exercise for the entire time. In Block 8, everyone that is in the group class will start out in a squat hold position, then one person will perform 3 squats and drop down into the hold position, and then the next person performs the squats. You will rotate through the entire group until the round is complete.

Equipment Needed: TRX Duo Trainer, TRX Rip Trainer, TRX Suspension Trainer, Kettlebells, Ladder. Screen Shot 2018-05-19 at 9.32.41 AM.png

It’s time for a name change. Boot camps make you think of an instructor yelling “motivation” at you to work harder, which doesn’t fit into my philosophy. Going forward we’re changing the name to TRX Training Camps, but you’ll still enjoy the challenging workouts and exercises that you’ve come to expect from us.

Station Setup: General warm up of 5 minutes, choose activities based on what you need to work on in your mobility and for your weaknesses.

There are 5 Stations (or Blocks) of work. You will perform each as a circuit, completing 3 rounds of all of the exercises before moving on to the next station. There is a 60 second rest in between stations.

Equipment Needed: TRX Duo Trainer, TRX Rip Trainer, TRX Suspension Trainer, Dumbbells, Sandbag, Kettlebells, Bench. TRX Training Camp 3.3.jpg

Station Setup: You will alternate between TRX Suspension Trainer exercises and bodyweight / cardio movements in each of the blocks.

Block 1 focuses on warming up the body, and prepping you for the workload of the program. Blocks 2 and 3 will be performed as circuits. You will complete all of the exercises in each block, rest for 30 seconds, then repeat that same Block one more time.

After you have completed Block 3, you will repeat Block 1 again, except this time in reverse order.

Equipment Needed: TRX Suspension Trainer

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Station Setup: Each Block contains a total of 10 exercises, alternating between TRX movements and body weight / cardio exercises. After completing all of the exercises in the block there is a 30 second rest before you repeat that same block two more times. Once you have completed all three rounds, you will move on to Block 2, where you will also complete 3 rounds.

Equipment Needed: TRX Suspension Trainer

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