You asked for it! A TRX workout that’s a little “less hard” but still challenging. This one’s a 24 minute circuit – 2 rounds, 12 moves, 45/15. Including some cool new abdominal moves you’ve maybe never seen before. The second round takes it up a notch but you can stay wherever you’re comfortable. Doesn’t hurt to get out of your comfort zone though so on that note, feel free to add plyo into the leg moves!
Workout: ALL TRX/ALL CORE/ALL THE TIME!
Double Knee Crunches
Reverse Lunge Combo
Bicycle Abs(TRX Style)
One Leg Squats Alternating
Open Close Crunch Combo
Free, top-quality home workouts, nutrition advice and lifestyle tips by experienced Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor and Nutrition Coach, Marsha Hughes. shortcircuits offers the widest variety of free exercise options available on YouTube. – TRX Suspension Training, Medicine Ball, Kettlebells, Dumbbells, UGI, Stability Ball, STEP, HIIT, Yoga, Pilates, Bootcamp, Bodyweight Training and more.
“This channel is all about being real, not perfect. Becoming the healthiest, fittest version of yourself is so much more important and achievable than some artificial perception of perfection. My workouts are designed to be challenging but doable. And you will be successful as long as you are committed and consistent!” – M
Marsha Hughes is a Mom of four and has been a Certified Personal Trainer & Group X Instructor for over twenty years. She is also a Certified Nutrition Coach.
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