Even though this class is mostly the lower body TRX workout, it has some challenging core exercises as well. Your students who are new to TRX as well as advanced level students can enjoy the variety of progressions in the lower body TRX workout.
Time to work that lower body while the upper body is sore from last week’s 30 Minute Upper Body Blast TRX Workout.
So after Liz’s comment on the previous TRX Thursday post agreeing to be a part of the group for experiments I decided to run one more experiment by my Wednesday morning TRX class and put together a lower body TRX workout with some elements targeting core as well. Because, you know, CORE is KING 🙂
Anyway, I think it went great yesterday and my Wednesday tough crowd seemed to like it. Liz here will sure correct me if I’m wrong 🙂
Lower Body TRX Workout – 30 Minutes – Wendy
Focus on warming up lower body with those lunges and squats.
Main Part of the Workout:
As this workout is built in the “Body Blast” format, you will see that it consists of 4 rounds. Each round has 3 lower body exercises and 1 core exercise followed by a 1 minute rest.
Some of my favorites in this class:
This is an excellent core exercise! Be sure to explain the correct sequence of progressions to your students though. Level one may not seem like a lot of work, but you just give it those 45 seconds 🙂 It’ll get to you. It’s one of those exercises where you have to take your time and build your strength to progress.
This is the one exercise I want to be able to do when I grow up 🙂 Seriously, how awesome is this?
Yes, there is a way to get there – by working on the correct sequence of progressions. The one briefly described in my notes to class is Level 1.
Cool down: the usual 5 minute cool down and stretching exercises.
Here you go, guys – download FREE .pdf for this upper body blast TRX routine here: TRX Lower Body Blast – 30 min – Wendy.
Like this format but feel like switching up the exercises in it a little? Click here to get the Body Blast class format template and build your own TRX workout plan.
So there you have it – ready to teach your class or do this TRX workout yourself.
Hope you enjoy it!
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