This 30 minute TRX workout routine incorporates mobility and stretching exercises along with those focusing on core, upper and lower body strength.
Hey guys! It’s TRX Thursday here on the blog! I love sharing my new routines with you and getting feedback when you try them. So, feel free to leave a comment if you use this class plan to let me know how it went. Now, let’s get to it!
30 Minute TRX Workout: Magda
For this 30 minute TRX workout routine I stepped away from the traditional TRX class format and combined upper and lower body exercises in Round 1, focused on core exercises in Round 2 and Round 3 incorporates mobility and stretching.
The warmup is not included in the workout plan download below (but it should definitely be present), and cool down is part of Round 3 as the exercises are focused on stretching and performed at a slower pace.
Each working interval is 45 seconds long with 20 seconds allowed for transition and 1 minute break between the rounds.
Each round ends with a cardio burst of participant’s choice (jump rope, box jumps, etc..)
Let’s look at the featured exercise in this 30 minute TRX workout. TRX Pull Press:
Love this exercise for the power it involves! And of course, Carlos shows a few modifications in the video that you can use when teaching your classes.
Here’s the playlist I made for this workout:
If you’re using the Interval Timer App, your screen for this class routine will look like this:
Here’s a printable 4″x6″ index card with the class plan you can print and take to class with you. It’s preformatted, just change the paper size before printing: 30 Minute TRX Workout_Magda_Card
That’s it for today, my friends!
Have a great rest of your week.
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