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Amazon has the TRX ALL-IN-ONE Suspension Training system on sale for 99.99 ($55.00 off) plus click the coupon for an extra 20% off making it $76, which is 20% lower than its lowest price ever per CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/TRX-ALL-Su...s9dHJ1ZQ==


The TRX Go system is also on sale for 69.99 ($30.00 off) and same coupon, making it $56, also 20% lower than lowest price ever per CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/TRX-Suspen...NrPXRydWU=

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I fail to see why these would be any different than any other strapping system; especially to justify the cost. It's literally just a strap with handlebars. Another option would be to consider buying a ring set (you can go expensive from Rogue or inexpensive, but just as good, from Titan - the wood ring option with buckle is better for adjustability) and achieve the same system as the TRX.

If you're into the soft, durable, flat handles - add these (I have them for my pulley system and they're better than commercial handles I've used in the past).

All to say it's still cheaper than TRX's on sale!

https://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-wood-rings
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10110.html
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10113.html
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
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Yes, some subtle differences, but it's worth it for me to spend a few extra bucks and get the exact one I use at the gym (i.e. not the Go).



Thanks for this excellent information. I will definitely be saving those links for a potential future buy.

To your first point about what makes TRX different - of course you're right that at the end of the day, a strap with a handle is a strap with a handle, but for lots of people who buy these products, the slightest bit of complexity in setting up and using them usually means they won't get used.

So, even though things like the single anchor point that can either be looped around something or attached to the top or bottom of a door would not be complicated to buy separately or DIY, I know that with TRX they simply work as a system right out of the box.

I also like that it's literally the same system as I use at the gym, so when I'm adjusting the straps or trying to replicate what I've done with trainers/PTs, it will be exactly the same.

That's what makes TRX different to me and what justifies the cost, but I appreciate your perspective as well (which is why I never pulled the trigger until this deal came along.)
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Looks like the straps are thinner to make it lighter for travel (potentially less durable - see some comments in Amazon reviews about tearing), and the ankle straps are not adjustable. Also the handles are a different type of foam to absorb sweat, which may cause odor over time.

https://www.suspensionrev.com/trx-comparison/
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This is an awesome deal - MUCH better than Black Friday when the regular TRX was $114 or something like that. I even have a tri-camel alert setup for both of these but it shows them as out of stock, so I never got an alert. Thank you SO MUCH, whoanow56!
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so which one should I get?? they seem to include the exact same parts
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so which one should I get??
Not sure if it is true but one review said the only difference was the workout book. Because of that, I went with the Go
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I fail to see why these would be any different than any other strapping system; especially to justify the cost. It's literally just a strap with handlebars. Another option would be to consider buying a ring set (you can go expensive from Rogue or inexpensive, but just as good, from Titan - the wood ring option with buckle is better for adjustability) and achieve the same system as the TRX.

If you're into the soft, durable, flat handles - add these (I have them for my pulley system and they're better than commercial handles I've used in the past).

All to say it's still cheaper than TRX's on sale!

https://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-wood-rings
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10110.html
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10113.html
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
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Reviewers say just get the Go system and watch videos online. The two sets should be the same other than the more expensive one including a small workout book (and DVD?).
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Thanks OP, been waiting for a deal on these for a while.

I also got the Go instead of the regular bundle since there are tons of workout guides available online. For example: https://greatist.com/fitness/effe...-exercises
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Reviewers say just get the Go system and watch videos online. The two sets should be the same other than the more expensive one including a small workout book (and DVD?).
Looks like the straps are thinner to make it lighter for travel (potentially less durable - see some comments in Amazon reviews about tearing), and the ankle straps are not adjustable. Also the handles are a different type of foam to absorb sweat, which may cause odor over time.

https://www.suspensionrev.com/trx-comparison/
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After testing multiple suspension trainers I have found that the TRX is the only one worth purchasing. It holds the patents for the suspension trainer. It also has the only exercise library and company that supports your efforts while using it. Although the straps you mentioned are okay. The TRX is the best and only suspension trainer. I have a TRX FORCE military unit. I have used it on every vacation and trip I take. Being able to get in an easy workout anywhere is awesome.[

QUOTE=thebombdotcom;133184420]I fail to see why these would be any different than any other strapping system; especially to justify the cost. It's literally just a strap with handlebars. Another option would be to consider buying a ring set (you can go expensive from Rogue or inexpensive, but just as good, from Titan - the wood ring option with buckle is better for adjustability) and achieve the same system as the TRX.

If you're into the soft, durable, flat handles - add these (I have them for my pulley system and they're better than commercial handles I've used in the past).

All to say it's still cheaper than TRX's on sale!

https://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-wood-rings
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10110.html
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10113.html
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1[/QUOTE]
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Looks like the straps are thinner to make it lighter for travel (potentially less durable - see some comments in Amazon reviews about tearing), and the ankle straps are not adjustable. Also the handles are a different type of foam to absorb sweat, which may cause odor over time.

https://www.suspensionrev.com/trx-comparison/
Yes, some subtle differences, but it's worth it for me to spend a few extra bucks and get the exact one I use at the gym (i.e. not the Go).

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I fail to see why these would be any different than any other strapping system; especially to justify the cost. It's literally just a strap with handlebars. Another option would be to consider buying a ring set (you can go expensive from Rogue or inexpensive, but just as good, from Titan - the wood ring option with buckle is better for adjustability) and achieve the same system as the TRX.

If you're into the soft, durable, flat handles - add these (I have them for my pulley system and they're better than commercial handles I've used in the past).

All to say it's still cheaper than TRX's on sale!

https://www.roguefitness.com/rogue-wood-rings
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10110.html
https://www.titan.fitness/enduran...10113.html
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
Thanks for this excellent information. I will definitely be saving those links for a potential future buy.

To your first point about what makes TRX different - of course you're right that at the end of the day, a strap with a handle is a strap with a handle, but for lots of people who buy these products, the slightest bit of complexity in setting up and using them usually means they won't get used.

So, even though things like the single anchor point that can either be looped around something or attached to the top or bottom of a door would not be complicated to buy separately or DIY, I know that with TRX they simply work as a system right out of the box.

I also like that it's literally the same system as I use at the gym, so when I'm adjusting the straps or trying to replicate what I've done with trainers/PTs, it will be exactly the same.

That's what makes TRX different to me and what justifies the cost, but I appreciate your perspective as well (which is why I never pulled the trigger until this deal came along.)
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Yes, some subtle differences, but it's worth it for me to spend a few extra bucks and get the exact one I use at the gym (i.e. not the Go).



Thanks for this excellent information. I will definitely be saving those links for a potential future buy.

To your first point about what makes TRX different - of course you're right that at the end of the day, a strap with a handle is a strap with a handle, but for lots of people who buy these products, the slightest bit of complexity in setting up and using them usually means they won't get used.

So, even though things like the single anchor point that can either be looped around something or attached to the top or bottom of a door would not be complicated to buy separately or DIY, I know that with TRX they simply work as a system right out of the box.

I also like that it's literally the same system as I use at the gym, so when I'm adjusting the straps or trying to replicate what I've done with trainers/PTs, it will be exactly the same.

That's what makes TRX different to me and what justifies the cost, but I appreciate your perspective as well (which is why I never pulled the trigger until this deal came along.)
Or it's just a shill post and being artificially inflated.

I think it's extremely intelligent, especially for those who frequent this site, to buy a ring set and try that out before going all out on a work out technique most have never tried.
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Tried this stuff at Lifetime Athletic a couple of times, but it's awkward af. How long does it take to get used to doing the exercises?
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How do these anchor to a wall?
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Or it's just a shill post and being artificially inflated.

I think it's extremely intelligent, especially for those who frequent this site, to buy a ring set and try that out before going all out on a work out technique most have never tried.
I have rings and bands. Love them both. Those are both for strength training. At least they are for how I use them. The trx biggest pro is the ease of setup and the added mobility. I haven't used had the chance to play with one but I bet it will help with stretching. It doesn't appear to me as a "do it all". But neither does rings or bands or dumb bells. I definitely don't need it which is why I had no issue waiting for a sale like this.
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