2 Min TRX® Trainer Tip Series – Tip 2 Which Direction do I Face for TRX® Exercises?


When TRX® was first educating the masses they, had a number system for different body positions used with TRX® Training. It was hard for trainers to remember, much less the lay person.

But good news, now there is a more logical universal lingo to describe your body position when doing TRX® exercises. The positions are all in relative terms. In the first 3 cases, it’s relative to your anchor point (a.k.a. your mounting point).

-Facing (facing your anchor point), like if you were doing a row.

-Facing Away (facing away from your anchor point), like if you were doing a Chest Press.

-Side Facing (turning your body parallel to your anchor point), like if you were doing a standing oblique crunch.

-Face Down (feet in the straps with your body in the prone position), like if you were about to do a TRX® Atomic Push-Up

-Face Up (heels in the foot cradles with your body in the supine position), like if you’re doing a TRX® Hip Raise

We hope that helps make your SSoD TRX® Workouts even easier to follow!

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