TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack

TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack

  • Go-anywhere suspension training workout device with pair of sturdy nylon straps
  • Creates resistance from your body weight and gravity; supports all fitness levels
  • Modular anchoring interface attaches to any elevated fixture, such as door or tree branch
  • Easy to set up and extremely portable; adjustable degree of difficulty (from 5 to 100 percent)
  • Comes with 3 DVD workouts; stores in mesh bag

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.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

List Price: $ 189.95

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3 Responses to “TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack”

  • howard:
    47 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Does not include 3 DVD’s! Don’t be fooled by “bonus in box” workouts, September 21, 2010
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    howard
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    This review is from: TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack (Sports)

    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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  • dcanjam "dcanjam":
    61 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not the best! Just the best marketed, December 12, 2010
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    dcanjam “dcanjam” (Richmond, VA) –
    This review is from: TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack (Sports)

    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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  • Cesar Cipriano:
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    an objective review for ALL popular suspension trainers to educate consumers., July 29, 2011
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    Cesar Cipriano
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    This review is from: TRX Suspension Training Pro Pack (Sports)

    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. So if you share it with others, have an anti-bacterial gel nearby.
    Next: Durability! I’ve had the TRX the longest, So it’s been worked over!!! the main components of the straps are still well in tact. But!!! the foam on the handles have worn down, and are splitting. I’ve called FitnessAnywhere to find a solution, and they mailed me (for free), TAPE!!! Yes, TAPE!!! does it work? Yes. for how long? I don’t know. Definitely not a long term solution though. There only other offer was another older model force kit for a discounted price (ten dollars less than the newest model). The Rings are solid and I know they will maintain its over-all integrity for many years to come. For the Jungle Gym, I’m familiar with many gym products and seeing the design and quality of the materials, there is premium quality, long lasting materials. You can tell it’s the best made even if you compare all the products side by side if they were all new.
    NEXT: Comfort. TRX, even with the foam handles, are last place. why??? the adjustable METAL buckle is designed to sit at a right angle to the handles. which means LOTS of snagging when doing pushing exercises. When I had the TRX the first two years, I would constantly have scratch marks on my arms, shoulders, and neck because of the metal buckle snagging me during use. Actually, an under armour long sleeve shirt (or similar) will go a long way. With the rings, the metal buckle can be adjusted to be away from your range of movement. The Jungle Gym, The adjustable buckle contraptions are modeled like the TRX except that it is made of a very durable hard plastic, contoured and rounded so there are no uncomfortable edges, and they lay flush (not at a right angle) to the handles. So… NO SNAGGING!!!
    NEXT: Variations! you can do ALOT with any of the suspension trainers. But the TRX has the most limitations solely on the fact that both straps come to one point. So there is VERY LIMITED abduction exercises. and if you do try abduction… be ready for snagging. Not an issue with the other products. You’ll be surprised how much MORE VARiATION there is simply by having each handle individually anchored, and able to control how wide each anchor point is. The Xfit rings don’t have designed foot cradles, but if you are at an intermediate fitness level, you can stand your feet on the rings, and do all the foot cradle exercises comfortably. The jungle gym’s foot cradles are by far the easiest to get in and out of, and the most comfortable.
    LASTLY: Portability! Finally, the TRX wins in this category. One, it comes with a mesh drawstring bag. If you want one so badly, spend five dollars and get one for the other products. Also, the TRX packs the smallest. Actually, I have the first model Force kit, and it packs about a third of the size of all the current TRX models and is slightly lighter. I actually HATE that the newer TRX models are bulkier than they used to be. All the models have the bulkier (less expensive), nylon webbing. Don’t be fooled if someone will try to lie to you and say it’s better quality. it’s not. I actually have the older, BETTER product. They’re saving money!!! Even though they other…

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