2 Min TRX Trainer Tip Series- Tip 5 Learn How & Why to Change How You Stand


In the 4th trainer tip in this series, we covered how to change your body angle (aka vector) to increase or decrease the intensity of a TRX exercise, but there’s another really important means to make a TRX exercise work for you, and that is literally with how your feet are positioned. Who would have thunk, huh!?

In order of least to most intense, you have:
1. Offset Stance (One Foot Forward, One Foot Back)
2. Wide Stance (Feet a Little Wider Than Your Shoulders)
3. Basic Stance (Feet Shoulder Width Apart)
4. Narrow Stance (Feet All the Way Together)
5. Single Leg (Flamingo Style)

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