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TRX Rip Trainer: Mad Minute Complex

TRX Rip Trainer: Mad Minute Complex

BJ Gaddour was at TRX HQ recently to show us some metabolic work using the TRX Suspension Trainer including ladders, circuits, complexes, density training and Tabatas (watch this space for more from him in these areas). An expert on fitness boot camp program design, BJ knows his stuff and kicked our butts. But we had a little treat in store for him as well: an introduction to the TRX Rip Trainer and a 15 minute demo with creator Pete Holman.

“Pete really impressed me with what I think is safe to say is the best new core training tool around,” said BJ. “I went to my hotel room that same day and immediately cranked out an unbelievable metabolic circuit using my new TRX Rip Trainer.”

Since then, BJ has been playing around with a lot of workouts using the Rip Trainer, and one of his favorites is shown here, the Mad Minute Complex:

Here is a breakdown of the exercises:

Complex #1:
1- TRX Rip Trainer Squat to High Row
2-TRX Rip Trainer Rotational Single Arm Chest Press
3-TRX Rip Trainer Chest Press

Complex #2:
1-TRX Rip Trainer Slapshot
2-TRX Rip Trainer Axe Chop
3-TRX Rip Trainer Overhead Triceps Extension

Complex #3:
1-TRX Rip Trainer Squat to Low Row
2-TRX Rip Trainer Squat Jump to Overhead Press
3-TRX Rip Trainer Alternating Forward Lunge with Chest Press

BJ Gaddour, CSCS, is the co-creator and fitness director for Workout Muse. He presents for Perform Better on fitness boot camp program design and business systems. Go to http://bootcampinnercircle.workoutmuse.com for more


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