How do I know where to position my feet with a TRX? There’s no right or wrong answer to this because it comes with practice, experience and is solely dependent on the level of intensity you want to create.
The more of an angle you create with your upper body to the floor, generally speaking, the harder the intensity and the harder the overall exercise will be.
On the opposite scale, the more upright you stand, and thus the less of an angle created from your body to the floor, the easier the intensity will be.
..I encourage you to play around with feet and body position when performing TRX movements and feel how the different angles challenge your body in different ways.
I call this practice creative exercise.
If you find an exercise too difficult – decrease the angle.
Too easy – increase the angle.
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