TRX Suspension Trainer

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TRX Suspension Trainer
Price: $89.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Feb 02 to Monday, Feb 05) + transit
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Does this include the Harry Reed ‘snap-back’ kit?

I like the idea and think I’d use this, but then I look at the price. And the pictures. I see some nylon webbing, some molded plastic stuff. Maybe $5 or (let’s be generous) $10 worth of materials. Plus the DVD and access to online training. Are the latter two really worth $80? Only if directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Angela Jolie.

This is actually a great deal for genuine TRX with the videos and the anchors. Classes are definitely a necessary element in owning a set of these. The videos alone aren’t going to cut it.

What model is this?

Reviews are very good
You’ll also see the Woot price is very good as well.

I own and operate health clubs. This is a good deal. Not a great, oh my god, I’m gonna tell everyone I know deal, but a good deal.

For those that want to break these down to the price of the components … good luck with that. I have owned and operated health clubs for 30 years and I see the value here, but I get your point. And money, at its essence, is simply paper with ink on it. But arranged in the right way and that paper and ink can buy you anything.

PS - I am in for one.

I can’t tell you how often I have been hiking on a scenic mountain ridge line and I have thought to myself “I really need to pump out a few reps!” Now I can with any convenient tree without the fear of getting my hands dirty doing pushups, etc… Finally I can hike with peace of mind! THANK YOU WOOT!

I bought one of these the last time they were on sale. I first used one in my physical therapist’s office. It’s great for stretching and a host of exercises. It works. And this is a good price.

Agreed this does not seem like a Woot type of deal but more of a commercial infomercial deal. Order now and get for half price(over priced).

I love these things. I use them at the gym all the time. I’m very glad a trainer showed me some ways to use them.

Besides getting “weird” muscles engaged that aren’t normally engaged, they are PERFECT for at the end of your workout, after you can’t lift anything else, because you can keep adjusting how much body weight you are lifting, and get really good stretches and final sets in.

If I didn’t have access to these at the gym already, I’d buy a set. Highly recommend.

Hi there. Not sure what you’re asking. There’s no model number.

Also have to say that YES, this might be pricey for a couple of straps with handles, but they are really well made and strong. If you are trusting your face to not get slammed into the ground, it’s probably worth buying something that you know works. :slight_smile: Just my two cents on the price.

Would love to get this set, but not sure I call pull this one…

I own two of these, both from Woot. One in the basement gym and another at work / travel for when I can’t get to the gym. They are well made, and will support heavy use, and use by heavy people. I tried other brands similar products and they have all broken over time - and I’m skinny. This is the same construction as those found in health clubs.
It boils down to how often you will use it. For me, this is invaluable tool for home gym use and was worth every penny.

My friend lent me his tactical one. This is the home version. After reading up on the differences, the handles are not rubber, but hold up very well. The tactical or pro is more reinforced for heavy (gym classes) constant use, but even if you use it everyday you will not see any difference, from the pro or tactical.

I was thinking the exact same thing, but for my money it’s the Coen brothers and ScarJo.

FWIW – I’ve used TRX suspension straps for over 15 years. I’ve had two sets of my own, and used countless sets in gyms. The most recent set is this exact model, purchased directly from the website about 2 years ago for full price. I would have jumped on this Woot deal if I could have (and since I already have a set, I’m not buying another, but highly recommend). For those who are trying to dissect the costs of the “plastic and webbing”, you’re off the mark. TRX are the “original” suspension straps and are built to last with safety in mind, unlike competitors that are a fraction of the price and that can and have caused serious injury when they “give up”. You get what you pay for. I use mine at home, and travel with them on most business and personal trips. I would never hesitate to recommend this type of exercise or this brand to anyone for any reason, and this price is a really good deal.

There’s something odd about the skin beneath the dude’s belly button, in pic 6.