TRX Works For Everybody
Make your body your machine
Humans have spent the past few decades sitting on weight machines and training isolated muscle groups. The body is an interconnected chain of muscles that need to be challenged in every plane of motion. Unplug from the machines and train your body in 3D. The versatility of TRX Suspension Training® bodyweight exercise and Rip™ Training variable resistance exercise means that you can pick from hundreds of functional exercises that build strength, endurance, core stability and mobility.
By: Becky Fulton
I remember it like it was yesterday. I had just got the notice that my divorce was final and I knew I was ready for change. I don’t remember if I saw a picture of myself, heard a comment from someone, or what exactly “clicked," but Gary (my new personal trainer) must have noticed something.
Let's be honest...there will ALWAYS be a reason why you can skip the gym, bail on that jog, or reach for that fistful of fatty food rather than the healthier option we know is better for us. These are the very reasons that most of us fight not on a weekly basis... nor daily... Nor hourly! I'm talking a MINUTELY basis. That's how often a majority of people are thinking about all the excuses not to take care of themselves and be active.
By: Tracey Byrd
366 days ago, I began a mission to reverse the damage I'd been inflicting on my body for 29 years. From as far back as my childhood —a sedentary lifestyle, and poor eating habits had defined my life. I was always waiting to be "rescued," never realizing that the only person who could truly save me, was myself.
Today marks my 367th consecutive day of working out. Here's my story....
Did you watch the President’s State of the Union Address? The speech offered a blueprint for moving our country forward – on issues such as jobs, foreign policy, immigration, and education. But, the greatest threat to our nation was NEVER mentioned…until now.
Most people understand the basics of gym etiquette, like bringing a pair of clean gym shoes, wiping off the equipment when done, and not taking away from the quality of another's workout by using multiple pieces of gym equipment at peak times. Sometimes those rules are broken, and usually people are quick to recognize when an obvious gym etiquette has been broken. However, there is an unspoken set of workout etiquette, rarely mentioned, and these violations are good examples of what not to do in the gym.
You’ve seen it, right? The new “Coming Together” ad by the soft drink giant that’s designed to highlight their efforts to help curb the obesity epidemic. If there’s one thing Coca-Cola knows how to do well, it’s market their brand, and this 2-minute commercial proves that without a shadow of a doubt.
What happens when a nation loses its health? Should we even care about the choices our fellow citizens make? After all, obesity is just a personal responsibility issue, right? Wrong.
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