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The TRX-training is a new training, which ensures that your total body will be trained. With the use of your own body weight there are numerous of exercises possible that will train your whole body. The benefit of this training is that not only the muscles that are trained will improve but that you also train the core of your body. You’ll train strength, agility, stamina, speed and coordination within one training. Therefore this training can be seen as very functional. In this training not only the muscles on the surface will be trained, but also the muscles that lay deeper. These muscles are essential for a good stability.
It’s used by trainers, athletes and the U.S. Military:
Thousands of people at all fitness levels now train on the TRX: From everyday people who just want to feel and look their best to some of the world’s most elite athletes. The TRX is used routinely by all four branches of the military, and can be found in the locker rooms of:
- Major League Baseball teams
- National League Baseball teams
- UFC fighters
- Olympic-level cyclists, swimmers & runners
- Delivers a fast, effective total-body workout
- Helps build a rock-solid core
- Increases muscular endurance
- Benefits people of all fitness levels (pro athletes to seniors)
- Can be set-up anywhere (gym, home, hotel or outside)
By utilizing your own bodyweight, the TRX Suspension Trainer provides greater performance and functionality than large exercise machines costing thousands of dollars.
The ACLO offers TRX Suspension training as a course. You can enroll for courses eight times a year (visit our website for the enroll deadlines). It’s also possible to train by yourself with a TRX set. For this you do need an ACLO Sports Card with a fitness subscription.
Offer at the ACLO course period 2A:
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