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has anyone ever tried this? seems like it's a good idea since it doesn't take up much space and is super portable.

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  Quote not-ewrx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 7:21am
Looks expensive and dumb.  Save your money and go to a real gym. 
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  Quote Wingnutx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 7:37am
Originally posted by not-ewrx

Looks expensive and dumb.  Save your money and go to a real gym. 


Although not-ewrx is a total ass, in this case he is right.  A gym membership will get you a lot more than some overpriced $189 straps.

All of those exercises can be duplicated without you being duped by some fancy marketing
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  Quote VermontRider Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 7:42am
Yeah, don't waste your money on that. Waste your money on a gym.
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  Quote latinaxgamer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 8:12am
Total waste, go to the gym or buy free weights off ebay and incorparate your own workout if you really need to stay at home.
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  Quote zakk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 8:41am
in all honestly, with a pair of 15 pound dumb bells you can kick your own ass.  this looks like a way to blow some money if you won Mega Millions last night.
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  Quote oddman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 9:06am
Getting to the gym is really hard for some.
 
I suggest trying out DVDs from your local free lender.  If you really like them buy them...
 
walmart sells weights etc really cheap. 
 
craigslist overflows with exercise gear some worn out junk , but big stuff like bowflex and weight stations etc, go really cheap.... some almost new.
 
 
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  Quote Mike4snow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 9:32am
Resistance training is the best! And true, most of the exercises can be duplicated without that strap-thing, but it is portable, and it would work as intended. To each their own.
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  Quote broys Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 9:38am
Originally posted by not-ewrx

Looks expensive and dumb.  Save your money and go to a real gym. 


Funny thing about this is my buddy is a trainer at 24 and he was talking to me about training everybody on TRX now haha.
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  Quote getupk3v Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 9:42am
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Originally posted by not-ewrx

Looks expensive and dumb.  Save your money and go to a real gym. 
Funny thing about this is my buddy is a trainer at 24 and he was talking to me about training everybody on TRX now haha.

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i travel alot for my job. it's hard to get dumbbells past TSA ;/
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  Quote SnapShot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 9:50am
I took two pieces of thick nylon rope and tied them to my ceiling in my basement and made a pair of those things in the link. I do dips and leg raises with them. Those things in the link are way to expensive. Just go to the store and grab some rope.
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  Quote ShredbettyZoe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 10:32am
When used correctly you can do things with this equipment that you cannot do with other equipment...

fwd to 2:20
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBrBjpOa5rc
he has other TRX videos on there as well.

I haven't personally used this equipment but my boyfriend who is a trainer was really interested in getting these but he hasn't.


that's not to say that this is for everyone.
like anything if you don't use the equipment properly... it's not effective.
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  Quote Wingnutx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 10:53am
I am not saying there isn't merit to using the straps but they are geared more for the advanced individual. The person who is too lazy to get the gym is not going to use these for very long.

Gyms and Trainers are always in search of something new, it's called a hook and it brings in new clientele. It is also a way to introduce something new to an existing workout.  There is always something that is new and improved.  The lastest new things are burst training and body pump classes. Its called marketing and there will be a new latest and greatest machine or class right around the corner.

For those who need these straps to get past security for traveling. Most hotels have a gym, get a workout in there. Or you can do basic push ups, pull ups, core body exercises in your room that will get you a damn good workout. If this is too much of a pain for you, then you probably weren't going to use the straps anyway.

We all, myself included, tend to over complicate working out.  Go back to the basics and you will get the best results. You don't need a fancy piece of equipment that will just end up in your closet.

If you really want to use this then get a membership to a gym and use the gym's TRX straps.

If getting to the gym is too difficult for you, then so are these straps...just my opinion
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  Quote ShredbettyZoe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 11:21am
I have yet to see TRX straps in a gym here locally...

Membership to a gym is not a good investment if you do not go
Not all training sessions are a good investment (believe me I know)
Buying equipment to build a home gym is not a good investment if you aren't going to use it.


bottom line it comes down to how motivated the individual is - so just saying 'don't buy that you wont use it' is kind of irrelevant advice when the questions was 'is this equipment any good?'


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  Quote pyrotechnics Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 11:24am
i know someone who takes a class using those...they do work for the most part, forces you to use balance and core muscles a lot.
but if you are planning to buy it for home use...i would not recommend. Just do P90X instead or borrow it from someone.
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  Quote Timmay_650 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 10:01pm
It looks like a pretty good idea but not worth the price right now in 3-6 months these will be a lot cheaper or there be something called the SXR on late night tv to buy for 4 easy payments of 19.95 but wait if you call in the next 15 mins, it will only be 3 payments. 
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  Quote tweak_one1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 10:31pm
this thing actually does work..It doesn't take up much space and you can hang it up pretty much anywhere.. My friend is a trainer and uses this to train his clients at the gym. There is sooo many different exercises that you can do with it. So far i've seen 3 other people at the gym with this. They go for cardio and then set up the trx after. Instead of switching from machine to machine u can just set this up and do ur own thing. I've been able to use it a few times and the first time i was sore like i haven't been in a looooong time. It's kinda expensive for just 2 straps but trust me it's well worth it if you're actually going to put it to use. Im actually going to buy one soon. 
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  Quote dy3versity Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/05/2011 at 11:19pm
I would just get a membership at 24hr fitness or something. It gets you out of the house, you meet other people and you still get a good work out.
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  Quote Wingnutx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/06/2011 at 3:51am
It may work but it is not going to be something you want to use for your entire workout on a daily basis, talk about boring. I would much rather walk around the gym going from machine to machine, checking out the sites, than being statically anchored to a wall

I watched a video on youtube and out of all the exercises I could really only see myself doing about 4-5 of them.  In reality I have done a majority of those exercises on various cable machines in the gym so I see no need to buy this.  Watch the video and then ask yourself do you really see yourself doing this with regularity at home or in the gym, are you really going to walk up your wall so you can be suspended or are you going to build an exercise wall so you can do all of the exercises.  The average person is not that coordinated and I see a lot of face plants in the future (=lawsuits)

Is it a good deal for an individual who is going to base his whole workout routine around, probably not, does it make for some good individual exercises, I think so.  Is it a good tool for a trainer at a gym, yes it adds a new element to the routine, $189 for a pair of tow straps, is it overpriced, definitely

Bottom line interesting gimmick with some merit but your money will be better spent somewhere else
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I have been exercising with Smart Link Tracker for a while. At first I was a bit skeptical since it’s produced by an unknown European company but it really makes my suspension training much more efficient. Just not sure about injury warnings. Any good or bad experiences?
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2013 at 9:35am
I have a cousin who uses that and it helps out with her doing yoga poses.
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  Quote rzero Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2013 at 10:07am
The gym at my apartment complex installed the framing for it all but none of the bands....looks like it could be useful but for now, it is an art piece.
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  Quote rurchan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2013 at 1:49pm
Originally posted by ShredbettyZoe

I have yet to see TRX straps in a gym here locally...

Membership to a gym is not a good investment if you do not go
Not all training sessions are a good investment (believe me I know)
Buying equipment to build a home gym is not a good investment if you aren't going to use it.


bottom line it comes down to how motivated the individual is - so just saying 'don't buy that you wont use it' is kind of irrelevant advice when the questions was 'is this equipment any good?'



Ur bottom line is exactly right. Gym membership isn't even cheaper over time anyways
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GO for it, I say if it gives you the drive to actually workout then i support you.. whether its the traditional gym or not. if it gets you active and going. DO IT.
so many people neglect any form of exercise all i can do is smh...
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  Quote rurchan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/27/2013 at 6:24am
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GO for it, I say if it gives you the drive to actually workout then i support you.. whether its the traditional gym or not. if it gets you active and going. DO IT.
so many people neglect any form of exercise all i can do is smh...

That's right, even if a machine only does 1 exercise, and it gives u the motivation to workout, then it's worth it. A gym membership is worthless if u don't go
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/27/2013 at 9:47am
Something is still better than nothing, you're still doing more than most of the population.
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  Quote Muse25 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/28/2013 at 4:32pm
TRX training is awesome! My sis and I train on these while on vacation. Even used it on a ski lift (during the summer). My gym has these and I use it more than free weights. Nothing like using your own body weight to build your strength and balance.
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How did you use it on a ski lift? Why did you take the straps with you on the ski loft in the first place
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I actually really like the TRX.  It does a lot for me.  It is a problem that I pay for a gym membership and just use that.  When it comes to home workouts, you need to know what you are doing and invest in something that will keep you motivated, and that works with your space.  

For me, I just can't work out as effectively at home.  Too many distractions, easier to take breaks, dog jumping on you, etc.  But if you have a basement and are thinking of getting a home gym, definitely consider this over some others.  And I think it would be worth it to get a training session or two to understand it better. 
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I prefer having my own home gym because I can just work out whenever I want throughout the day and don't have to waste time driving to the gym and back.
Sessions sucks hairy monkey balls, the end.
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I like to run and lift. Definitely not into exercise fads. Rules to losing weight: eat less, run more.
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I dread running, but I do it just to run my dogs but they don't last very long.  LOL  I like to do routine vids because it keeps things different without me giving much thought into what I should do next plus it keeps me going at a pace.
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Originally posted by julius77

I like to run and lift. Definitely not into exercise fads. Rules to losing weight: eat less, run more.

Not to b picky, but it's: Eat Right. U can eat the same amount of calories as another person but more food if u know how to eat correctly
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How did you use it on a ski lift? Why did you take the straps with you on the ski loft in the first place

You can hang the TRX system anywhere that is stable enough. Like trees, beams, ladder on a ski lift. So you really can workout almost anywhere.

Long story short we were doing the Tough Mudder Lake Tahoe during early Sept. So we stayed at Squaw Valley Resort (hence the ski lift) and we wanted to get a quick workout in so we hit up a TRX session on a ski lift ladder.
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Kettlebells (especially turkish get-ups) have done wonders for my strength imbalances. I got a good deal on a TRX system because I know an employee at Fitness Depot, I never use them. The "unique" exercises on them can be done with several different lifts, or even body-weight exercises. I'm not saying they are useless. But what I will say is they (according to this guy at fitness depot) have a 500% markup.
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Originally posted by definitelynotsteve

Kettlebells (especially turkish get-ups) have done wonders for my strength imbalances. I got a good deal on a TRX system because I know an employee at Fitness Depot, I never use them. The "unique" exercises on them can be done with several different lifts, or even body-weight exercises. I'm not saying they are useless. But what I will say is they (according to this guy at fitness depot) have a 500% markup.

I actually am all about turkish get-ups now that I injured my shoulder.

However, I might consider purchasing your TRX at the right discount if you are looking to get rid of it.
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  Quote packfan4ever Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/11/2013 at 12:04pm
I used trx bands at therapy after tearing my labrum. They worked great for that and recently i went to a trx class at the rec center. Great workout especially the trx ab portion just not worth the price they want for them most the exercises or variations of them can be done on other machines or with freeweights or bands
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