Yes, my friends! It’s time to take that TRX Suspension Trainer out again and kick your own you know… that part of your body 🙂 (or that of your class participants) with another workout.
Today I’m sharing one of my favorite TRX® class formats – TRX Tabata Style Class Plan named “Michael” 🙂 I know, I’m not very creative with naming my workouts.
So here is what this TRX Tabata Style Class incorporates:
45-Minute TRX Tabata Style Class – Michael
Warm up – a little bit longer warm up (since the workout is 45 minutes, not 30 minutes) – 30 seconds on/10 seconds off for the total of 5:50.
The main part of the class consists of 10 “Tabatas” each of which consists of 5 rounds – 20 seconds on/10 seconds off of the same exercise, and a minute of rest after each set. When you first start off it seems easy and like you’re not even working. If that’s the case, encourage your students to make progressions with each/every other one of the 5 rounds. Example: alternate one round of plank on elbows with one round of plank on straight arms; take one little step towards the anchor with each round of the Bicep Curl, etc.. But trust me – even if they choose not to progress with each round, this plan is challenging enough.
Cool Down – 4:40 of cool down and stretching exercises.
Here’s a printable class plan for this TRX Tabata style workout for you to print and take along with you, my fellow TRX instructors: TRX Tabata Michael – 45 minutes.
Like this format but feel like switching up the exercises a little? Click here to get the 45-Minute Tabata Style class template and build your own TRX workout plan in this format.
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TRX workouts posted on this blog should not be performed without supervision of a TRX instructor who successfully completed a TRX Suspension Training Course.
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