What's even more appealing is the fact that TRX exercises can be done anywhere and anytime. However, it is advisable to initially start with a trainer and once you've got the hang of it, you can be on your own. Listen to your body, it speaks to you and signals you at every stage of the way. Check your endurance level and decide the intensity of the workout accordingly. It is best to increase the intensity of the workout gradually since you may take some time to adjust with a new equipment and understand its workings and functions.
According to Shrey Khanna, Fitness Consultant at S.Q.U.A.T.S, “Body-weight is the resistance to work with so it provides more engagement of the core and the whole body. There is greater excess post exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) as more muscle groups are used at once and better stability is developed overtime. It also improves joint stability and muscle balance. The equipment is easy to procure and is affordable.”According to Fitness Trainer Zeenat Mistry from Mumbai who is also a 6th degree black belt trainer under Sensei Parvez Mistry,"This training helps in all aspects of fitness namely cardio vascular, strength, power, balance and co-ordination. It enhances your day to day posture and increases your strength and shapes your body to the level you desire with strong bones and lean muscles for a healthy lifestyle.” She suggests the following TRX exercises you can try for a full body workout.1. Low Row for Upper BodyDifficulty: Beginner
How to Perform: It targets the back, abs, shoulders and biceps. Grab the handles and bend backwards till your body weight is on your heels. Keeping your core tight, pull the torso up to meet your arms and repeat.(Also read: 5 Effective Warm Up Exercises You Should Perform Before Your Workout)
How to Perform: It targets the abs, quads, glutes and the hamstrings. Start by holding both handles in front of your waist with your elbows bent by the sides. Lower yourself down into a squat position , extending your arms in front of you. Make sure they are at an eye level. Push yourself back up to start and repeat few times.
How to Perform: It targets the abs, hips, shoulders and the obliques. Get into the regular suspended plank position. Keeping the core tight and separate your legs as wide as you can—this is when you’re putting your hips to work. Pause for a few seconds and return to start.
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