If you have been working with your TRX for a while now and feel like taking it up a notch then try out these few exercises. They work your whole body and the thing I love most about using the TRX is that it completely engages your core in most movements. Please don’t attempt these, if you are new to using a TRX, as you do need to have some level of strength and proficiency using a TRX to perform these exercises properly.
Keeping one leg elevated squat down using just one leg. Do not allow your knee to come forward in front of your toe. Shift your weight backwards and try to bring your glutes below knee level. You can use your arms to row yourself up if you have difficulty coming out of that position. 10 repetitions on each leg, 3 sets.
Rotational Squat Jumps with One Arm Row
Start by looping the ends of the straps together to create a single strap. Use one arm with your fist facing up. Lower your body to the floor while rotating your hips and knees to the side and then launch yourself back up from the ground.
As you are jumping up your arm should be doing a single arm row. This will hit the biceps and the back. Make sure your jumps are light on your feet so you don’t put added pressure on the joints. 10 repetitions each side, 3 sets.
Single Leg Burpee
Feed one of your feet into the strap so that one of your legs is then in the harness while the other stays on the ground. Start in a standing position and then take your hands down to the ground.
Once your hands hit the ground jump your standing leg back so that you are in a plank position,
then jump your leg forward to meet your hands again and then jump yourself up. 10 repetitions on each leg, 3 sets.
Push Up with Knee Tuck
Start in a kneeling position and feed both your feet into the stirrups. Start by lifting your body into a plank position with your arms wide by the side of your chest.
Begin with a push up.
Then bring both your knees in towards your chest. Do 10 repetitions of each movements, 3 sets.
Feed both your feet into the stirrups and then lift up into a plank position on your hands.
Once in a plank, lift your glutes into the air as high as you can take them and return to plank. Be careful that you don’t let your hips drop below plank level. 10 repetitions, 3 sets.