We live in a society that loves to celebrate. Seriously, at any given time you can perform a quick Google search and find a “holiday” being observed that day. Well it just so happens May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month as declared by none other than the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.
If images of a boot camp instructor or The Biggest Loser flash through your mind when you hear the words personal trainer, it’s time to think again. A personal trainer can be one of your greatest allies when it comes to achieving your fitness goals. From helping to define your goals to putting the steps in place to achieve them, working with a trainer makes the most of your workouts.
Last week’s post introduced the TRX training system and some of the fitness benefits it offers. This week (because one week isn’t enough!) we’ll be discussing in more detail some of the exercises that can be performed on the TRX system. First though, get out your study guides; it’s time for a review.
At first glance, making sense of the two yellow and black straps that comprise the TRX training system may seem impossible. Have no fear though – it isn’t impossible. In fact, it is actually pretty easy. Recently, I had the opportunity to work with Amy, a Charter Fitness Personal Trainer and experience how it all works.