Suspension Training | Suspension Weight Training
The idea for TRX came to Hetrick while he was on deployment, looking for ways to maintain his and his fellow SEALs’ fitness levels in challenging environments where traditional gym equipment was unavailable.
TRX® Suspension Training was discovered by Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick in 1997, using parachute webbing and a jiu-jitsu belt. The idea for TRX came to Hetrick while he was on deployment, looking for ways to maintain his and his fellow SEALs’ fitness levels in challenging environments where traditional gym equipment was unavailable.
Randy’s vision for TRX was to make it simple, effective, and portable, And he did so. TRX now generates over $70 million in annual revenue and is recognized worldwide.
TRX is considerably safe as it relies on the user’s body weight, not heavy weight lifting. They also offer a 1-year warranty for manufacturing defects and customer support for all inquiries.
Famous Celebrities worldwide are now using TRX, like ‘Snoop Dogg,’ ‘Mark Wahlberg,’ ‘Ryan Reynolds’ and ‘Channing Tatum.’
Suspension Training essentially uses ‘Resistance Straps’ and the user’s body weight to perform seven basic compound movements: push, pull, squats, rotate, hinge, lunge, and planks. They work towards building strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, core and joint stability.
TRX® Over the years, expanded its product line to include different variations and accessories with different pricing, Delivering the same high-quality premium experiences.
*They offer international shipping to selected countries. But you may find it in your local stores.