T 360 is a ground breaking form of TRX suspension training taken to the next level. Developed by Zone owner and NJ fitness expert, Eddie Albert, T 360 takes their popular Zone 360 boot camp and infuses TRX suspension training.
What is T 360?
T 360 incorporates three areas of fitness training: TRX suspension training, metabolic conditioning (cardio) and strength training using compound movements (think wall balls, burpees, pushups, etc). The end result is that you get a comprehensive workout that targets fat burning, strength training, lean muscle development and cardio conditioning.
This exciting format takes you beyond the TRX straps, fusing traditional TRX training with elements of our popular Zone 360 Boot Camp. Intensity rises and falls during this workout, requiring your body to work harder, burn more calories and sweat out toxins.
What is TRX Suspension Training
TRX Suspension training leverages one’s own bodyweight and the force of gravity to develop strength, balance, flexibility and joint stability simultaneously on the TRX suspension straps.
Suspension Training bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. Scroll down for some TRX videos!
TRX Training at Ultimate Fit Zone in NJ
You can work every muscle group with the TRX suspension straps, but most importantly, you will always be building and gaining abdominal and core strength. Killer abs are great, but more importantly, having a strong core will prevent injuries, improve posture and increase overall strength.
Basically the core is fundamental to all body movement. Whether you realize it or not you hardly make a move without engaging your core. You do it when you walk up and down stairs; you do it when you bend down to pick something up. Your core engages and provides you with balance and stability.
This is because all of our movements are powered by the torso – the abs and back work together to support the spine during everyday activities and exercise. Suspension Training builds core strength with every exercise by creating an element of instability that calls on your core to provide balance and coordination.