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TRX Suspension Training Basic Kit

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Price: $199.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • The TRX door anchor is sold separately
  • Latest TRX technology
  • Real-time, 65-minute workout DVD
  • 2 bonus, strength-building workouts
  • Full-color exercise and set-up guide
  • Mesh carrying bag
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Product Description

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Designed by a Navy SEAL as a go-anywhere workout, the TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack is a complete total-body training bundle that helps athletes, military personnel, and fitness pros around the world take their performance to the next level. The Pro Pack starts with the TRX P2 Suspension Trainer, an upgraded model that's built around a set of incredibly sturdy nylon straps. The system--which also includes a modular anchoring interface that attaches to any elevated fixture, such as a pull-up bar, door, or tree branch--creates resistance from two sources always at your disposal: your body weight and gravity. By putting you in control, the system lets you safely perform hundreds of exercises that build power, strength, flexibility, balance, and mobility while preventing injuries, all at the intensity you choose.



The TRX Suspension Trainer uses your body weight to create resistance.
The P2 Suspension Trainer offers a host of valuable benefits: it's easy to set up and highly portable, with a compact, lightweight design that works at home or on the go. If the gym isn't your thing or you want to work out in the privacy of your home, backyard, or hotel, this practical solution will make sure you can stay fit. Just as importantly, the P2 Suspension Trainer supports all fitness levels and goals. By letting you harness your own body weight to create resistance, you can easily adjust the degree of difficulty (from 5 to 100 percent of your body weight) whether you're a beginner or an experienced athlete.

Each of the straps features an integrated foot cradle for ground-based training, along with a club-grade grip for pull-ups and other upper-body exercises. The Pro Pack also comes with a Basic Training DVD workout, which is a 65-minute workout routine that takes you through the most common and effective TRX Suspension Trainer exercises, with activities for every major muscle group. Two bonus in-box workouts TRX Endurance Circuit and TRX Metabolic Blast workouts, meanwhile, are designed to take your fitness to a higher level, with challenging routines that get your heart rate pumping. The package concludes with a 35-page workout guide with instructions on how to get the most from your workouts.

Bundled in completely recyclable packaging made from 100-percent post-consumer content, the TRX Suspension Trainer stores in a lightweight, durable mesh bag with a drawstring closure. The TRX door anchor is sold separately.

About Fitness Anywhere
Creator of the Suspension Training workout, Fitness Anywhere delivers world-class training products for serious athletes, fitness professionals, first responders, and the U.S. military. Fitness Anywhere owes its roots and ongoing drive to the U.S. Navy SEAL teams, which began developing innovative workouts out of necessity. Company founder Randy Hetrick and his SEAL teammates searched for ways to stay in peak physical condition while stashed away in missions in a variety of locations, from wharf-side warehouses to urban safehouses to ships and submarines. Hetrick used this experience to develop the prototype of the TRX Suspension Trainer. The original TRX was a training harness--a few lengths of parachute webbing hand-stitched together by boat repair tools. Almost immediately, Hetrick and his teammates put the TRX to use and created the first dozen exercises. In the weeks and months that followed, the breadth of original bodyweight exercises grew and the harness evolved, gradually becoming the complete field training system being offered today. Fitness Anywhere is headquartered in San Francisco.

Product Description

The TRX System Professional, developed by former US Navy SEALs, is a cutting-edge strength and core conditioning training tool that injects a unique stability challenge into hundreds of exercises.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 8.2 x 5.9 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B002YIA6SM
  • Item model number: 6287
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,650 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

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A great system for gaining strength using your body weight to improve yourself.
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We use these at the gym I work at and I love the workouts I can get with these.
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170 of 177 people found the following review helpful By Cesar Cipriano on July 29, 2011
This review was geared for another product, but the comparisons I've discovered will help you make an educated decision.

Notice I gave this product Four Stars. I stand by it, even though the following review may seem to be geared toward another product.

So, I've owned the TRX force kit for about five years, XFit Rings for about three years, and the Jungle Gym XT for about a month now, and I have to say the Jungle Gym XT is the Best Over-all product, in almost all categories. Here's the preferential order I would put the three products: First place: Jungle Gym XT, Second Place: XFit Rings, and Third Place: TRX. And I'm rating them REGARDLESS OF PRICE!!!!
I'm not trying to pick on any specific product. I'm giving my best over-all objective opinion based on my expertise (I am a personal trainer at an exclusive high level gym). To be fair to all manufacturers, I still use ALL three of the products. My intention with this review is to educate consumers so you can make an objective decision.
I'll just limit my review to the cons because I don't want to continue the redundancy of talking about what these products can do.
First: Hygiene! the TRX falls short especially if you are sharing the product with others. The Jungle Gym handles and foot cradles are made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer, which is a sturdy plastic with a rubber-like feel), and the XFit rings are olympic styled rings (lowest level is a very sturdy, almost invincible, hard plastic). Which both are easy to clean. The TRX, on the other hand, has a foam-like material over the handles, and the foot cradles over the nylon webbing. Which you can't clean unless you want to speed up the deterioration process. So, little microbes can fester on the handles and foot cradles.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By howard on September 21, 2010
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Just received my TRX. The one thing that tripped me up is the description of "bonus in box" workouts. I thought I was getting two more DVD's which helped me to justify the $60 increase in price over the original model. Alas, bonus in box means you cut two workouts off the cardboard box to read. They are not DVD's.
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124 of 137 people found the following review helpful By dcanjam on December 12, 2010
A good workout and innovative idea. However, This is definitely not the best form of suspension training available. It is somewhat restrictive when you compare it to the Lifeline Jungle Gym XT or Elite Freestyle Trainer, USA, Vegas Straps. With a split design, you have freedom that TRX cannot give you. You can do all the exercises plus a lot more. You can vary your width of the grips, which you cannot do with a TRX. This allows you to do dips, hanging knee raises, pull-ups, etc., that cannot be done on a TRX. All which provide you with a more challenging workout than the traditional forms and more freedom as well. These are a heck of a lot cheaper options, not to mention that you can make your own.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By No Longer Amused on July 20, 2013
The manufacturers would have you believe their hype about Navy SEALs "inventing" the use of cargo straps or parachute webbing when in actual fact US Army Rangers have been using similar things since World War II. Before you go plunking down close to $200 for these glorified straps, just Google "Suspension Trainers" and you'll find lots of other very similar devices for half or less of what this manufacturer is charging. Plus, there are tons of "make your own" strap instructions all over the world wide web. There really is no need for the DVD at all. If you go to YouTube you'll find more exercise videos using suspension straps than you could possibly run through in a year.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Peyton on December 28, 2010
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The TRX training kit came in good condition although the DOOR ANCHOR that was listed as included with the set, did not come with the package. I bought this unit based on the fact that it said it included the DOOR ANCHOR - of which was in BOLD under the contents of the purchase.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jenelle Ford on November 4, 2010
I really like the concept of the TRX Suspension trainer. Use it anywhere, anytime - no other equipment needed. The quality is great, stitching is solid and the nylon straps are nice and thick. So far so good...

I haven't been able to do all the exercises included with the Pro Pack but it's been a great help in training through a knee injury. I was no longer able to perform squats or lunges but using the TRX for support I've been able to include these back into my workout. This is also a great way to train your abs since they're getting it from every side. It takes a lot of work for me to feel soreness in my abs but with the TRX it's a given.

I would like to see more exercises come included or able to be downloaded from the site. They do have the Youtube videos that are helpful in getting your form correct.

I recommend the TRX Suspension trainer as an add on to your current routine, to help shake things up a bit.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By anyuser on February 22, 2013
Absolutely do not buy any TRX product for any reason if you plan on selling the item later when you want to upgrade or find suspension trainers arent for you or your lifestyle. I had an older model that I tried to sell so I could upgrade and had it flagged as counterfeit by the company without EVER having contacted me first, noticed my 100% positive feedback, or my location (U.S.A)

Their support for you ends at the checkout line, personally their practices are dissapointing. For the money, you can build your own suspension trainer using $5.00 worth of tension straps from your local hardware store, and $5.00 worth of PVC for a better larger grip. Or use the LIfeLine Trainers and save your money.

I have done both and still use both. The LifeLine trainer has lasted a couple years now of solid use, and my outdoor gym home built model has surpassed the TRX in terms of versatility and price point.

Buyer beware if you try to sell later.
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