The TRX tabletop row is a derivative of the TRX Inverted Row and the TRX Low Row, with the arm position of the TRX Wide Grip Row. The defining position of this exercise is the ‘tabletop’ position. which automatically makes the exercise more difficult than the aforementioned ones.
The TRX Chest flye resembles a cable flye, or even a pec deck type flye. It is less of a compound exercise as the TRX push Up, which means the triceps and shoulders are not assisting with this movement. Because of this, the angle at which you will position yourself in order to effectively perform.
The TRX Pallof Press may appear to be a bilateral exercise, however, it needs to be performed on either side to be balanced. Although it appears to be a dynamic exercise, there is an isometric portion to this movement, offering a unique way to stabilize the shoulder girdle.
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.
The TRX Sprinter start is a good way to incorporate a usually stationary plank into a dynamic movement. This exercise will target your lower body muscles, with the key being a strong hip extension/ hip thrust. .Because it is a good dynamic exercise, it can also be utilized for cardio benefit.