TRX TrainingTraditional weight training often only works one or two muscles at a time. TRX forces you to use normal coordinated muscle effort, used to complete most everyday activities. TRX exercises allow for multiple planes of motion, working multiple muscles and joints simultaneously.

TRX was first developed by Randy Hetrick, a Navy Seal, while he was out in the field on missions. Needing a way to stay in stay in shape, he stitched together webbing from rip-off parachutes to create the first version of the TRX harness and later worked on developing it into a complete functional fitness system.

TRX training apparatus facilitates a wide range of body weight training movements for the entire body, literally training in 3-D, for the ultimate in functional fitness. TRX improves strength, core stability, flexibility, balance, biomechanics, and range of motion. The unique combination of body-weight-based training equipment and exercises focuses on the body as a completely integrated structural system.

TRX helps you to build strength, flexibility, core stability, and endurance – reports Future Fitness. Perhaps most importantly, TRX supports all fitness levels and goals. By letting you harness your own body weight to create resistance, you can easily adjust the degree of difficulty (from 5 to 100 percent of your total body weight) whether you’re a beginner or an experienced athlete.

There are literally hundreds of different exercises that can be done on the TRX system, so you have virtually unlimited options and won’t get bored. At Future Fitness, members are trying TRX and it’s getting rave reviews.

Give TRX a try and discover a whole new meaning to “hanging out at the health club.” At all Future Fitness locations – Cherry Hill, Turnersville, Mullica Hill and Berlin, you can work with a personal trainer to experience the thrills and benefits of today’s newest fitness program.