TRX exercise for back and shoulders (correct technique)

A little tricky to get the technique down correctly with the TRX ‘Y’s’ but once it’s nailed they incorporate a huge amount of secondary muscles along with the primary middle and rear deltoids. Back muscles and core stabilisers also take a blasting. Now give me a Y! And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d […]

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On 3rd April 2020
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A little tricky to get the technique down correctly with the TRX ‘Y’s’ but once it’s nailed they incorporate a huge amount of secondary muscles along with the primary middle and rear deltoids. Back muscles and core stabilisers also take a blasting. Now give me a Y!

And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance:

hi TRX travel Adam here this series is all about the basics of TRX we’re going to focus on proper form and good technique and just run through the fundamentals and simple exercises covering the main muscle groups let’s get to it alright in this video we’re going to focus on TRX why’s that TX wise I know it sounds a little bit strange and they are for your back muscles and specifically for Brett which you will also get a lot of work in the rear deltoids with these the action is basically all about making a Y shape and controlling it back down they’re very hard these because they use in a lot of little muscles a lot of your back muscles going to be used it’s a lot of instability so again you need a lot of control nice taking it slow it’s going to really burn our ABS out and they’re a fantastic move to help you bring your shoulders back and develop a sort of a aesthetic look well I guess what we call the triangle so they’re fantastic trip air TRX move so as always makes you the TRX is really secure what you’re going to do is your foot placements key on this because if you go too far you may be not even going to be able to do one I know if I put my feet really close I haven’t got the strength to be able to do one so don’t go too far in you maybe instead of being completely stood up straight you maybe just want to be in just a little bit like that and just leaning back a little bit makes you TRX is stable so get comfortable and you’re going to lean right back once you’ve placed your feet and the idea is to make the Y shape with your body so I’m going to push up and I’m pulling here in the in this moment I’m now pulling I’m sort of pulling back like this so make the Y shape and I’m pulling and pulling I can feel my trucks really sort of my traps and lats really contracting here to pull me up and at the top I’m squeezing my lats I really squeeze them together it’s if I’ve got a coke bottle between them and my shoulder blades and then slowly controlled four one two three hands together down and back up one two three squeeze and hold it there and then back down for one two three and together and back up one two three and squeeze and back down for one two three so as you can see take it nice and slow nice and controlled these really give you a really good build on the back your deltoids – which is a really important muscle for stability throughout all that my secondary muscle my cause really engaged there and the whole my back you know I can maybe only get to seven or eight of these when I’m doing them properly before my whole my back muscles my lats and my TRX support and me just tire out so the really good exercise to maybe do between six and ten if he can for three or four sets and fantastic back workout you’re really going to feel it as always any questions or comments please leave them in the comments box please subscribe to my channel I always post about TRX exercises and how you can work anywhere without the need of a gym with really good form and proper technique for TRX thanks for watching

Adam

Adam

TRX Traveller

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