Let’s face it—most of our travel isn’t adventure travel. We have to work, after all, and this requires many of us to travel to towns/hotels without gym equipment.
That’s what the TRX Suspension training system is designed for. As a strength and endurance coach, I use it with my clients each week. I also bring it on trips when I know I won’t be able to get to a gym.
In this piece, I’ll compare and contrast two TRX Suspension Trainers: the TRX Pro and the TRX Go. But before I do, I should be honest about my bias—I LOVE these products.
That’s for a few reasons:
- Both take up minimal space, making them easy to pack or store.
- Either can be used with just a closed door as an anchor point.
- The straps are versatile: they can be adjusted to work out pretty much any muscle group in almost any space.
Now let’s get to these two products. I will start with the TRX Pro, which the company lists as “commercial grade”. They say that means it’s more durable and better-suited for high-volume use.