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$50 off regular Amazon price. Qualifies for Prime free same day shipping. Cheapest price of the year per Keepa.

https://www.amazon.com/TRX-Traini...NT25MX0XVZ
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Repost, but still a good deal
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Repost, but still a good deal
$100 for a fitness band and a door anchor? Seems like bad value, unless I am missing something.
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Anyone got a comparable generic, i want to try but not about to drop $100 on some straps. Still a TU because the price is good based on what i could find for the same brand.
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$100 for a fitness band and a door anchor? Seems like bad value, unless I am missing something.
These are great, quality sets. You can get cheaper, or you can make your own. But, this is the "real" deal, and is a great investment of you stick with it. I built my own set, but very similar, and a great addition to a workout routine. We used these allot during deployments (military), but they are good for all fitness levels. I mix in weighted vests to get that extra effort (and if your mixing in extra weight, or you're on the heavy side, don't risk a cheap set!). Anyways, it's a real piece of fitness equipment, and quality you can trust, not guess at, and is recommend it to anybody, from fitness beginner to elite trainer to spec ops.
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It's 30% off list, but still too expensive for my blood.

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The "TR" in "TRX" stands for Total Ripoff
ByJames G Mullenon February 13, 2012
Please let me save you at least $100 on your next piece of exercise equipment by giving you this piece of advice: Do NOT buy this unless you enjoy wasting money.

There are several devices on the market that are infinitely superior to this or significantly less expensive -- usually both. So rather than buy into the marketing hype (I despise hype) let me provide you with two less expensive, but more effective alternatives (there are more, but these are ones I've tried).

These include:

1). GoFit Gravity Bar Body Weight Training System With Exercise Dvd & Portable Flipbook: With it you can do everything you can do with the TRX, and more because you have the ability to add different attachments to the straps - something you CANNOT do with the TRX. Additionally, the foot straps on the Gravity Bar are much more comfortable - and if you don't like them they can be replaced with something like Stroops foot straps or something more to your liking. You do have to mount the gravity bar, but you also end up with a straight bar (you can also use the handles) for pullups.

I made the mistake of purchasing the TRX some time ago, and after spending approximately $150, I promptly sold the TRX on Craigslist* and got the GoFit Gravity Bar and never regretted selling the TRX. The Gravity Bar was much easier to adjust, and as for the cost: $35-49 versus the TRX at $175. I'll take the extra $100+ dollars over marketing hype anyday.

2). Original Suspension Exercise Strap with attached handles: This is definitely the way to go. Not only does it have the mount anywhere capability of the TRX, not only does it have the ability to put any attachments that you want on the straps, but it also comes with 2 Marv Pro handles - one of the most unique and innovative strength devices on the planet. Serius Straps retail for $39 versus the TRX at $175 saving you over $100. It also gives you better options, more exercises, and of course, the unique Marv Pro handles, which alone are worth the $39 price.

Bottom line: From someone who has used the TRX, versus some of these other devices, I can say unequivocally that the TRX sells at an incredibly inflated price, and is only for people who wish to spend their money on marketing hype, rather than effectiveness.

* One other thing: If you thought of buying Fitness Anywhere's TRX, trying it out, and then reselling it on Ebay, you can forget it. The reason you won't see any for sale on Ebay is because the property rights lawyers at TRX force Ebay to cancel any auctions selling the TRX. So in short, you can't sell a product you've bought because TRX wants to charge customers at the highest price for an inferior product.
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It's 30% off list, but still too expensive for my blood.

Interesting comments on Amazon:

The "TR" in "TRX" stands for Total Ripoff
ByJames G Mullenon February 13, 2012
Please let me save you at least $100 on your next piece of exercise equipment by giving you this piece of advice: Do NOT buy this unless you enjoy wasting money.

There are several devices on the market that are infinitely superior to this or significantly less expensive -- usually both. So rather than buy into the marketing hype (I despise hype) let me provide you with two less expensive, but more effective alternatives (there are more, but these are ones I've tried).

These include:

1). GoFit Gravity Bar Body Weight Training System With Exercise Dvd & Portable Flipbook: With it you can do everything you can do with the TRX, and more because you have the ability to add different attachments to the straps - something you CANNOT do with the TRX. Additionally, the foot straps on the Gravity Bar are much more comfortable - and if you don't like them they can be replaced with something like Stroops foot straps or something more to your liking. You do have to mount the gravity bar, but you also end up with a straight bar (you can also use the handles) for pullups.

I made the mistake of purchasing the TRX some time ago, and after spending approximately $150, I promptly sold the TRX on Craigslist* and got the GoFit Gravity Bar and never regretted selling the TRX. The Gravity Bar was much easier to adjust, and as for the cost: $35-49 versus the TRX at $175. I'll take the extra $100+ dollars over marketing hype anyday.

2). Original Suspension Exercise Strap with attached handles: This is definitely the way to go. Not only does it have the mount anywhere capability of the TRX, not only does it have the ability to put any attachments that you want on the straps, but it also comes with 2 Marv Pro handles - one of the most unique and innovative strength devices on the planet. Serius Straps retail for $39 versus the TRX at $175 saving you over $100. It also gives you better options, more exercises, and of course, the unique Marv Pro handles, which alone are worth the $39 price.

Bottom line: From someone who has used the TRX, versus some of these other devices, I can say unequivocally that the TRX sells at an incredibly inflated price, and is only for people who wish to spend their money on marketing hype, rather than effectiveness.

* One other thing: If you thought of buying Fitness Anywhere's TRX, trying it out, and then reselling it on Ebay, you can forget it. The reason you won't see any for sale on Ebay is because the property rights lawyers at TRX force Ebay to cancel any auctions selling the TRX. So in short, you can't sell a product you've bought because TRX wants to charge customers at the highest price for an inferior product.
You need to sell a box and give the TRX as a free gift. They can't stop that.
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(...)property rights lawyers at TRX force Ebay to cancel any auctions selling the TRX(...)
I don't care about TRX, but this phrase caught my attention - can someone elaborate, please?

I mean, it sounds weird for me that someone can ban me from selling anything privately in a secondary market - and if that's the case, why there has been no class action lawsuit or something like this yet?
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Yea, if you want to get hit in the eye and go blind..
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Yea, if you want to get hit in the eye and go blind..
These are adjustable, static straps....I'm guessing you're thinking of a rubber band type of contraption?
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I don't care about TRX, but this phrase caught my attention - can someone elaborate, please?

I mean, it sounds weird for me that someone can ban me from selling anything privately in a secondary market - and if that's the case, why there has been no class action lawsuit or something like this yet?
As usual, don't believe everything you read on the internet. Smilie There is plenty of TRX on ebay. The lawsuits were against sellers of TRX counterfeit devices, which is a broad definition, since TRX claims rights to all related suspension devices.
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Something similar was on SharkTank I think.

Interesting concept
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Really good price. Other TRX stuff is on sale.

amazon.com/l/2602763011/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ll2&tag=2159-20&linkId=6fe4ea8d470281fb1654451da30d27ee
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It's 30% off list, but still too expensive for my blood.

Interesting comments on Amazon:

The "TR" in "TRX" stands for Total Ripoff
ByJames G Mullenon February 13, 2012
Please let me save you at least $100 on your next piece of exercise equipment by giving you this piece of advice: Do NOT buy this unless you enjoy wasting money.

There are several devices on the market that are infinitely superior to this or significantly less expensive -- usually both. So rather than buy into the marketing hype (I despise hype) let me provide you with two less expensive, but more effective alternatives (there are more, but these are ones I've tried).

These include:

1). GoFit Gravity Bar Body Weight Training System With Exercise Dvd & Portable Flipbook: With it you can do everything you can do with the TRX, and more because you have the ability to add different attachments to the straps - something you CANNOT do with the TRX. Additionally, the foot straps on the Gravity Bar are much more comfortable - and if you don't like them they can be replaced with something like Stroops foot straps or something more to your liking. You do have to mount the gravity bar, but you also end up with a straight bar (you can also use the handles) for pullups.

I made the mistake of purchasing the TRX some time ago, and after spending approximately $150, I promptly sold the TRX on Craigslist* and got the GoFit Gravity Bar and never regretted selling the TRX. The Gravity Bar was much easier to adjust, and as for the cost: $35-49 versus the TRX at $175. I'll take the extra $100+ dollars over marketing hype anyday.

2). Original Suspension Exercise Strap with attached handles: This is definitely the way to go. Not only does it have the mount anywhere capability of the TRX, not only does it have the ability to put any attachments that you want on the straps, but it also comes with 2 Marv Pro handles - one of the most unique and innovative strength devices on the planet. Serius Straps retail for $39 versus the TRX at $175 saving you over $100. It also gives you better options, more exercises, and of course, the unique Marv Pro handles, which alone are worth the $39 price.

Bottom line: From someone who has used the TRX, versus some of these other devices, I can say unequivocally that the TRX sells at an incredibly inflated price, and is only for people who wish to spend their money on marketing hype, rather than effectiveness.

* One other thing: If you thought of buying Fitness Anywhere's TRX, trying it out, and then reselling it on Ebay, you can forget it. The reason you won't see any for sale on Ebay is because the property rights lawyers at TRX force Ebay to cancel any auctions selling the TRX. So in short, you can't sell a product you've bought because TRX wants to charge customers at the highest price for an inferior product.
Thanks for the heads up. Just bought a ton off GoFit products for under $100. There's a clipable coupon right now for all their stuff too!
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