It’s time to switch up your workout! Today we have an all new challenging TRX workout that will strengthen your back, arms, and cardiovascular endurance.
As you execute this workout, have the TRX straps mid-length and bring your feet closer to the wall to increase resistance. For an easier experience, position your feet farther from the wall. Now let’s get started!
TRX Arm and Back Workout
- 4 x 12 TRX Low Rows
- 4 x 10 TRX Single Arm Power Row
- 3 x 15 TRX High Back Extension
- 4 x 12 TRX Swimmer’s Pull
*Swimmer’s Pull is an incredible TRX movement but can easily be compromised in form. Remember to keep your arms perfectly straight and push your hands down as if you were swimming. You should feel the burn in your lats underneath the rear of your shoulders.
We’re going to finish the workout with a cardio and arms circuit. In this circuit, you’ll be moving for the entire minute. Remember, if the resistance is too hard for you during the minute, lessen the resistance to complete the set with as many reps as possible.
3 Rounds: Do these moves in the circuit – no breaks!
- 1 minute TRX Bicep Curl
- 1 minute TRX Tricep Press (palms OUT)
- 1 minute Medicine Ball Slams
- 1 minute Jog in Place or on Treadmill