The TRX's patented system of suspension training is used by pro teams in NBA, NFL and MLB for one reason: it works. Utilizing bodyweight training allows athletes to train functionally. After all, if you can't move your body through space, how are you going to make a difference during games? Let STACK's loaded roster of trainers, strength coaches and athletes show you TRX exercises to take your workout to the next level.
Latest in TRX Exercises
Ditch the crunches, sit-ups and boring planks. Stop doing "ab exercises" that fry your hip flexors instead of your actual abdominal muscles. When it...
By: Justin Ochoa
For most gym goers, the backside of their body is one of the most overlooked areas of training. Not for an athlete though - Want to know an easy way to...
By: Ryan Obernesser
Tw0-time Olympian and two-time gold medalist swimmer Cullen Jones is gearing up for Rio in 2016, hoping to earn his first gold medal in his specia...
By: Maddy Lucier
Latest Videos in TRX Exercises
Watch lacrosse star Paul Rabil improve his core power and conditioning with the TRX Rip Triangle Drill.
Watch lacrosse star Paul Rabil strengthen his core with the TRX Rip Trainer Shuffle Slapcheck to Pokecheck.
Watch lacrosse star Paul Rabil strengthen his core with the TRX Rip Lunge Overhead Axe Chop.
In this episode of STACK Elite Performance, Mike Boyle shows you his three favorite suspension exercises.
NFL All-Pro quarterback Drew Brees works his core with a TRX suspension trainer. The future Hall of Famer performs a diffucult set of single-arm pendulum swings.