TRX and Kettlebells Unite!
Posted on Jul 9, 2010 10:39:00 AM
 

You've been asking for it, and now [drumroll please] here it is! The TRX Kettlebell™: Iron Circuit Conditioning DVD & Guide is available on the TRX website. We've partnered with Dragon Door Publications, the world leading kettlebell experts, to bring you this 120 minute program merging two of today's top pieces of functional training equipment, the TRX® Suspension Trainer™ and RKC® kettlebells, for an intense 10 rounds of interval training. Check out the preview above.

 

The TRX® Kettlebell™: Iron Circuit Conditioning DVD merges two of the most ground-breaking training methods to hit the fitness industry in decades,” said John Du Cane, founder and CEO of Dragon Door Publications, Inc. “The fusion of the TRX and kettlebells will push and challenge your body in a new way, not only strengthening muscles and improving aerobic conditioning but also increasing explosive power, mobility and balance.”

 

Hosts former Soviet Special Forces trainer and Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC®) Chief Instructor Pavel Tsatsouline and TRX Director of Programming, Chris Frankel demonstrate a comprehensive setup and introduction of the TRX and kettlebells, a warm up followed by a 60 minute real-time workout that alternates between each method for intervals that strengthen muscular and aerobic endurance, featuring a series of hybrid TRX/kettlebell exercises to ultimately challenge power and stability, and then finishing with a cool down.

 

“Dragon Door shares our vision of creating high performance workouts without the use of heavy and bulky fitness machinery. Both training tools allow an incredible variety of exercises, which make workouts truly functional,” said Randy Hetrick, founder and CEO of TRX. “We knew this collaboration would create something exciting; the hour long workout is just a small taste of the hundreds of exercises made possible with pairing TRX and kettlebells.”

 

Want to partake in the fun but don’t have the gear? Visit the Dragon Door website to purchase a kettlebell, and let the good times begin, Comrades.

 

Have you already been using the TRX and kettlebells together in your training? Tell us about it below.


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