The TRX is an extremely effective tool for improving posture, it has multiple horizontal pulling variations, multiple upper back isolating exercises and finally multiple exercises which target the core musculature all of which play an important part in improving the posture. In this article we will walk through each exercise and how it can be used effectively to improve the core musculature.
The TRX is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment available on the market and gives you access to a wide variety of exercises, including some of the most effective warms ups for the upper body. If you're warming up at home for your training session, the TRX will be a perfect piece of equipment to improve your actual session and your warm-up for your session.
The TRX is an excellent tool for working the muscles in the back, but coming up with new exercise variations for your own training can be a challenge. It can also be hard if you’re a personal trainer who has the habit of using the same exercises day in day out. That’s why we created this list of 8 TRX back exercises that you can use in your workouts whether at home or in the gym.
The TRX is one of the best tools available for at home upper body development, with multiple horizontal pulling variations. That being said, when designing your own training programme, creating a diverse and fun routine can be difficult as most of these variations will not come to mind. That’s why we created this list of the 8 most effective TRX pull exercises for all abilities, we also added in a sample circuit you can give a try.
In this article I am going to outline TRX shoulder exercises, to define shoulder, I mean exercises which put emphasis on the deltoid muscles or the muscles of the rotator cuff. This means I will not be talking about either horizontal pulling or horizontal pressing movements, as these are not shoulder specific exercises. These exercise will be great for muscle isolation of the small muscles in the shoulders, warming up and rehabilitating injured shoulders.
The TRX is one of the best tools available for beginners looking to get into resistance training at home. If your just getting into resistance training and have a TRX or are looking to buy one your in the right place, we will go through exercises you can use, why they are beneficial and how you can best structure your training to find success in your endeavours.
Barbell pulling exercises are one of the best ways to improve the strength and increase the muscle mass of your upper back, which can help you improve your aesthetics, posture and athletic performance. We have selected the 5 barbell pull exercises you should consider adding to your training regime.
The hip hinge is one of the most difficult exercises to master in the weight room, making it often the movement that is performed worst in the gym. If you’ve ever walked into a gym and seen some extremely poor deadlifts and wondered why they look so bad it’s usually because the person never took the time to learn the hip hinge. Let’s take a look at 6 effective barbell hing exercises you can add to your training.
My philosophy towards mobility comes from both resources, like Quinn Henoch’s book and working with clients in the weight room to progressively improve their mobility over time. Improving mobility for everyday life is a pretty simple process of consistently moving through positions while in conjunction building strength in them. Luckily most of these adaptations can place by doing resistance training with correct movement. Here I will provide three barbell exercises you can use to improve mobility and a framework for approaching this endeavour.
These barbell lower body variations include some of the most well known and most-used exercises in the gym, because they are tried and tested. These are some of the most effective exercises you can add into your training regime if your goal is strength or hypertrophy adaptations. Make sure you have a look through out training recommendations so you can match your training style to your desired adaptations.