Test your endurance and strength with TRXFIT 2.9 – This program has you performing back to back exercises with only 20 seconds of rest in between stations. Repeat the entire program 4 times. TRXFIT 2.9

Partner up for this next instalment of TRX Fit. Each of you will take turns performing the exercises. This means that after you perform your 30 seconds of work, you’ll have a 35 second break (including the 5 sec transition time between partners). During the TRX Circuits, perform the exercises listed 2 times before moving to the next exercise. During the remaining exercises, rotate through the different exercises until you have performed each one twice. Total time on this program is approximately 48 minutes.

TRX Fit 2.8

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This workout consists of 5 circuits containing 4 exercises each. Repeat each circuit twice in a row, with only a 30 sec rest at the end of each circuit. For a more intense workout, complete 4 rounds of each of the circuits. Enjoy!

TRX Express 4.1

Tabata is the name of the game for this workout. It involves 8 rounds of 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest at each station before moving on to the next station. Rest times are typically 1 minute between each circuit, however if you want to challenge yourself cut that in half to 30 seconds.


Get ready to move fast! This workout will have you hopping from one exercise to the next with only a 10 sec transition time. Perform each exercise for 20 sec before moving on to the next one. For a effective 25 minute workout, complete 2 full rounds of this circuit, but if you really want to challenge yourself, do 4 rounds for an intense 50 minute training session!

TRX Express 4.0









2014 in review

Posted: December 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

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