The TRX RIP and Suspension Trainer are a little bit like zombies. They look harmless enough just laying there. Then you start to mess around with them, and things get heated! Someone might walk away limping, and it isn't necessarily the zombie.
By the end of a really good TRX workout, what looked like "just a little strap" or "just some bar attached to a little cord" becomes something much more fierce. Your muscles that will feel like they're being put through hellish fire - but in a really good, #getafterit and "that was awesome" kind of way! The RIP trainer especially kicks my #Badass every time, as evidenced by a heart rate close to what I experience in cycling class on uphill sprint intervals. And by adding plyometric cardio bursts in between the Suspension Trainer moves, you keep the heart rate elevated for maximum metabolic burn.
So as we usher in a new fall weekend, and the kids start picking out their scary Halloween costumes, scare up some endorphins and lactic acid with this full-body, Freaky Friday TRX routine! I guarantee it will make you feel anything BUT dead, and it's better for you than eating the Halloween candy, right?
If you are new to TRX and aren't sure about all of these exercises, the team at TRX has an awesome library of how-to videos here.