The TRX Font Squat Jump is a great Dynamic exercise that can build power in the lower limbs. It’s a variation of Jump Squats, but because of the front inclined angle of this movement, will pace more explosive emphasis on the calves for the jump takeoff, such as the Superman.
The TRX Jump Squat will help to develop the elastic force component of your legs, for more explosive jumps. Ideal for those interested in developing their jumping ability. It is also a good variation of the regular squat, as it will prime your lower body muscles to contract faster and with a greater force.
The TRX split Squat with Y Deltoid Fly is a good preparatory exercise for Weight lifting exercises where you need the barbell held up and behind you whilst you are squatting or lunging. Not only is good anterior shoulder girdle (esp. the pectorals) and Thoracic spine flexibility required.
The TRX Single-Leg Squat is otherwise known as the Pistol Squat when one without the TRX straps. Holding onto the TRX starps while executing this movement allows you to maintain an upright position throughout the movement, but also works the scapula retractors (ie: the rhomboids).
A good working capacity with the plank is required to perform this exercise. Although this may seem like an incline pushup, there is also a rotational force running through the body, due to only one foot bound within the TRX strap. Therefore, this exercise is not only a great upper body exercise.
The TRX Atomic Push Up (similar to Pike Push Up) is a two part exercise, making it more challenging than a regular push Up. The components of this exercise are a full pushup, followed by a tuck (ie: driving knees to chest). This combination augments core strength requirements, as well as shoulder strength , as the body angle changes through this movement.