It’s finally here! The last day of my fitness challenge. And upon publication of this blog and conclusion of the challenge it’s Dec. 31. The new year is upon us. So in honor of 2017, I’ve created a 2,017 rep workout. Knock this bad boy out to ring in the new year! 1000 feet (0.19 miles) of cardio – run, row, swim…your choice 100 Squats 100 Alternating lunges 100 Pushups 100 Calf raises 100 TRX curls (or any type of […]
Today I’m going with a full body TRX strength workout. You will do three sets of 15 reps of each: Jumping Squats Calf Raises Chest Press Clock Press Mid Row I Fly Triceps Extension Biceps Curl Low Plank with Hip Abduction TRX Crunches
Let’s waste no time…here is my workout for December 2: TRX Workout: TRX Cross Over Lunges TRX Sumo Squats TRX Chest Press TRX Pull Ups TRX “W”Fly TRX Biceps Curl TRX Overhead Triceps Extensions TRX Burpees 10 of each, 3 rounds Boxing: 4 rounds. 3 minutes each. 1 minute rest between Round 1 – Heavy Bag Punches Round 2 – Heavy Bag Punches Round 3 – Shadow Boxing Round 4 – Heavy Bag Punches
Looking for a fresh TRX workout to add into the mix? Give the following circuit a try. Perform each exercise for 45 seconds. Rest for 15 seconds and transition to the next exercise. Aim for three rounds, taking about 2 minutes between each to rest and replenish with water. Be sure to warm up and cool down. And as with any TRX workout, you control the difficulty!
Here’s a nice high intensity interval workout for you. I call it Lucky 7s. Go ahead and try your luck. How many rounds can you knock out in the time limit? And don’t forget to warm up, cool down and keep those fluids on hand.
For all of you TRX fans out there, here’s a workout I led my class through at Cleveland State University tonight. For this workout, you will move for 45 seconds, take 15 seconds to rest and transition to the next, and repeat until you are done with the sequence. Take 2 minutes to catch your breath and repeat until 35 minutes are up! As always, be sure to warm up and add in 5-7 minutes of stretching after your workout. […]
TRX, a form of suspension resistance training, was created by Randy Hetrick, a Navy Seal in the 90s. It uses bodyweight exercises to perform a variety of multi-planar, compound movements combining strength, balance, flexibility, stability and cardio all in one. The individual on the TRX controls the intensity of their own workout using angles, foot positioning and speed to adjust the exercises. I began using TRX in August and I’m hooked. In fact, I’ve embraced it so much I have […]