TRX Assisted Incline Press

Man performing the TRX assisted push up

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.

Primary muscles worked

  • Shoulders

Secondary muscles worked

  • Core
  • Biceps
  • Triceps
Body Part

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Step 1: Anchor the TRX effectively, adjust the straps to long-length and place the handles in single handle mode.

Step 2: Place one foot into the handle, turn to look at the anchor point and place your two hands on the ground.

Step 3: Hop away from the anchor point walking your hands as you go.

Step 4: Form a triangle with your two hands and the remaining foot.

Step 5: Lower your head towards the ground while keeping your shoulders down and back.

Step 6: Press through your shoulders until you are back in the initial position.

Step 7: Repeat.

How to progress the exercise

Progressing this exercise can be done by either walking the hands and foot farther from the anchor point or progressing the exercise to the full incline press.

Additional Information

Tip: Use the foot that is not in the TRX to stabilize the rest of your body and keep you from falling over.

Man performing the TRX assisted push up



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