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#1 Pops


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Posted 26 June 2018 - 02:02 PM

Have any of you guys had any personal or anecdotal experience with the TRX systems?

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Posted 26 June 2018 - 03:31 PM

I got caught up i n one once. Tripped me the fuck over it did..

Not my self but i have heard good things about this type of training

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Posted 26 June 2018 - 04:31 PM

There's a gym in the same complex as my martial arts school that specializes in just trx. The owner is really high up and always posting about going to different places to do seminars. Place is always busy if that tells you anything. And there are always people using the set at the gym I go to in the morning. 


I did a bit of looking into getting a set before I found eo3. Couldn't justify the price tag but there are a few cheaper or diy versions out there. I picked up a set of $30 rings off Amazon instead. Thought they might be more versatile than a trx. Anything you could do with a trx you could do with rings, but there might be a few things you can do with rings that you can't do with trx. Of course I haven't used them much since I got caught up with barbell training.

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