As noted earlier, Dillard Training sessions can be described as personal training in a group environment. It features special tools and skills rarely combined in group fitness. One of the featured cornerstones of this program is the TRX Suspension System.
“No part of the body is an island unto itself. Try to pick up a pen off the floor using just your hand. It’s impossible. Even simple movements simultaneously engage the legs, core, shoulders, arms, and neck. The body is an interconnected chain of muscles. Every movement we perform is a whole-body movement. That’s why TRX Training uses tools and movements that challenge the entire body in every plane of motion.”(1)
“TRX Training was born of necessity in the Navy SEALs. After TRX founder and inventor Randy Hetrick graduated from college at USC, he spent the next 14 years serving as a Navy SEAL commando. His operational career culminated as a Squadron Commander of the SEAL’s elite special missions unit where circumstances inspired him to experiment with what would become TRX. Learn more about our heritage below.”(1)
$5 from every TRX FORCE KIT sold on their website goes to providing equipment, training and education to injured service members and athletes who embody the warrior spirit.(1)
Want to learn more about the TRX Suspension System, simply contact us with your questions and we will be glad to let you know how we use this equipment and what you can expect. And if you have time, visit TRX Training where you can shop and discover even more.Sources: