The TRX Mountain Climber exercise begins in a similar position as the Suspended Jackknife. The difference is you are performing a ‘Mountain Climber’ which is alternating knees to chest, as opposed to both at the same time. Great exercise for explosive training, which working shoulder and core stability.
The TRX Pistol Squat to Row Is similar to the Squat Row, with an added balance component, as it is performed on one leg. As with the Squat Row, the Pistol Squat to Row is a combination exercise that not only is good for targeting both the upper and lower body at the same time.
The TRX assisted incline press is a regression and stepping stone to the full TRX incline press. While it is a cut down version of the full exercise it is not easy. This exercise will work your core and shoulders leaving you with an effective burn if performed correctly.
The TRX Supine Hip Extension to Leg Curl is similar to the TRX Hip Thrust. The added component is a hip extension. So, instead of beginning with the legs bent and pushing through your heels, you are now beginning this movement with the legs extended outright, and smoothly bringing your legs.
The TRX Step Back Lunge is similar to the TRX Bulgarian Split Squathowevere you are holding the TRX straps in your hands, and the back leg, although not anchored in any straps, still does not touch the ground. Working the glutes and hamstrings of the unsupported leg going back.
The TRX Squat and Lunge are the same versions of the standard Squat and Lunge, only with the added benefit of holding onto the TRX straps for added balance and posture. Squats and lunges are indeed basic exercises that should be incorporated into exercise routines, as they are movements.