I’ve received some questions about cool down and stretch routines to do after working out. A few weeks ago I posted my bootcamp and kettlebell cool down and stretch routine, and today I’m bringing you an all new one that involves a Suspension Trainer stretch and cool down.
Suspension Trainer Stretch
The TRX Suspension Trainer is an extremely versatile piece of exercise equipment. Not only can you work out your entire body with fantastic results, you can also use the Suspension Trainer to stretch out your entire body as well. This Suspension Trainer stretch routine is one that I have put together and enjoy using quite often.
As with the other YouTube videos that I make, I try to keep the talking to what’s necessary. I can’t stand it when I find an exercise demonstration video and the trainer talks on and on about who they are and what they know. I try to get right to the point. I use the same cues that I use when teaching a class, but otherwise I did not have a script when I filmed this video. Please excuse my use of the word “umm” several times at the beginning :). I might be JohnnyFit, but just like everyone, I sometimes struggle for the right words too.
Suspension Trainer Basics
If you’re new to suspension training, I realize that it can be a real challenge to familiarize yourself with new exercise equipment and new ways of working out. Below is a fantastic video that I found that explains many of the basic concepts behind training with the TRX Suspension Trainer.
If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact me. I am certified on the TRX and would be happy to help. Chances are, if you have questions about something, someone else probably has the same question. I’m sure that I could make another video or blog article about it.