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TRX Suspension Trainer Basic Kit + Door Anchor

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  • Includes TRX suspension training P2 Model
  • TRX Door anchor, TRX storage bag
  • 2 Bonus workouts TRX endurance circuit and TRX metabolic blast
  • 65-Minute basic training DVD & full-color 35 page workout guide (guide located inside DVD case)
  • 30-Day, 100% satisfaction guarantee
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TRX Suspension Trainer Basic Kit + Door Anchor + TRX X-Mount + FitDeck - TRX Suspension Trainer
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Product Description

Product Description

You don't need a home gym to enjoy a total home fitness program. This system provides everything you need to build strength, increase your flexibility, spot-train, and fit in a comprehensive, healthy workout anytime you want, anywhere you want. So all of your fitness bases are covered in this TRX starter kit, we've included the following: TRX Suspension Training P2 Model which features all new modular anchoring interface; TRX Door Anchor; 65 minute Basic Training DVD and full-color 35 page Workout Guide; 2 In box printed workouts: TRX Endurance Circuit and TRX Metabolic Blast; TRX Storage Bag; 30 day 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Build strength, power and mobility from any door in your home, with the TRX Pro Pack Home Suspension Training Program. Weighing less than 2-pounds and fitting inside a lunch bag, this innovative home gym builds strength, increases flexibility, and develops core stability and power--anytime you want, anywhere you want. All you need is a door, a tree branch, or any number of easy anchor points.

The Pro Pack with Door Anchor includes the TRX Suspension Training P2 Model used by pro-athletes, the US military, and top trainers everywhere. Rated for up to 1000 pounds the system mounts to any sturdy door with the TRX Door Anchor. A 65-minute Basic Training DVD and full-color 35-page Workout Guide get you started and 2 bonus workouts--the TRX Endurance Circuit and the TRX Metabolic Blast--keep you on the path to greater strength and fitness.

What's in the Box?
TRX Suspension Training P2 Model, TRX Door Anchor, 65-minute Basic Training DVD, full-color 35 page Workout Guide (found inside the DVD case), TRX Endurance Circuit and TRX Metabolic Blast bonus workouts, TRX Mesh Carrying Bag


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 8 x 5.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002YRB35I
  • Item model number: TF00160
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #587 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Love that I can workout at home, gym or take my workout system with me when I travel.
Kitty Crettet
I definitely recommend to anyone who wants to strength train and improve their balance at home.
bookgrl76
TRX suspension bands are a great workout & the door Anchor is perfect for the traveler.
Moosejager

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

299 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Chris LaVesser on May 12, 2010
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As an avid gym-rat who gets a little twitchy when he misses a workout, I was looking for something I could use to get a good strength training workout while traveling on vacation or for work. The personal trainers at our gym introduced me to the TRX system and I ordered one to give it a try.

In the few short weeks I've owned it, I have been able to take the TRX Home Training Bundle on a camping trip, on a business trip, and to work with me for a 2-day IT system crash event.

While camping I was able to use trees and the rafters in a pavilion to support the TRX system, and found both made easy platforms for great workouts. At hotels and while trapped at work for two days, I was able to use the door mount to sneak in some workouts, and I found that platform to be stable as well.

So it seems to me you can almost always find a place to mount the TRX system, as long as you exercise a little common sense about doing so safely. And once it's mounted securely, the TRX system is quite versatile, and allowed me to perform many exercises to get a completely taxing strength workout. The system is simple to use and well-marked for making quick changes between exercises. For the configurations that are less intuitive, the included book provides good illustrations, tips, and tricks.

The only reason I withheld a 5th star on this review is because of the way the TRX system is constructed. The materials and workmanship seem solid to me. But the product is finished in such a way that very little of the system is modular. That is to say, if you were ever to wear out a pad on one of the handles, replacing it would require a lot of craftsmanship, not just a simple swap-out.
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155 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Royden on February 5, 2011
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I really like TRX. It is a good work out. Some points on this product bundle:

1. The strap is very well made and worth the expense. Some commenters have said "you can run down to Home Depot and pick up X, Y and Z and build your own strap for $X." Not really. The padded handles, quick adjustability and DVD instructions cannot be replicated using a home brew replacement. If your budget is strained and you're a good handyman, a home built piece of equipment is OK (maybe make a couple straps of fixed length to get around the adjustability issue). But if you can find the cash flow for TRX, I'd go in that direction.

2. Not a big fan of the DVD. It's OK, but not great. If you can get in-person instruction, I'd opt for that. I learned TRX at a YMCA group class. A good instructor monitors you and gives you continuous feedback on your technique and also some motivational commentary. I get the impression the difference between a good and bad TRX workout is whether you have good technique. Even though I have TRX at home now, I will still try to make the YMCA class once a week to keep my style in line.

3. I didn't think through the door anchor before I purchased. You need workout floor space where the door opens AWAY from you. I have a large house and not one door had suitable workout space where the door opened away from you. The places where the door opened away were cramped spaces or had furniture in the way. I'm going to have to buy the wall anchor now, which I really prefer not to mount. Oh well.
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549 of 605 people found the following review helpful By James G Mullen on February 13, 2012
Please let me save you at least $100 on your next piece of exercise equipment by giving you this piece of advice: Do NOT buy this unless you enjoy wasting money.

There are several devices on the market that are infinitely superior to this or significantly less expensive -- usually both. So rather than buy into the marketing hype (I despise hype) let me provide you with two less expensive, but more effective alternatives (there are more, but these are ones I've tried).

These include:

1). GoFit Gravity Bar Body Weight Training System With Exercise Dvd & Portable Flipbook: With it you can do everything you can do with the TRX, and more because you have the ability to add different attachments to the straps - something you CANNOT do with the TRX. Additionally, the foot straps on the Gravity Bar are much more comfortable - and if you don't like them they can be replaced with something like Stroops foot straps or something more to your liking. You do have to mount the gravity bar, but you also end up with a straight bar (you can also use the handles) for pullups.

I made the mistake of purchasing the TRX some time ago, and after spending approximately $150, I promptly sold the TRX on Craigslist* and got the GoFit Gravity Bar and never regretted selling the TRX. The Gravity Bar was much easier to adjust, and as for the cost: $35-49 versus the TRX at $175. I'll take the extra $100+ dollars over marketing hype anyday.

2). Original Suspension Exercise Strap with attached handles: This is definitely the way to go.
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