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TRX 30 Minute Cardio HIIT Workout with FDMX. TRX training Program II Day 28
Welcome to another TRX Cardio HIIT workout with the TRX Suspension trainer. Here we are with day 28 of the TRX training program II with FDMX and Coach Sim! See below for a list of the TRX exercises that we will be doing in this Day 28 of the TRX training program II. We have our heart rate monitors on to track our heart rates and calories burned. You can get the same heart rate monitor and TRX by visiting the website at www.fatdownmuscleup.com. We will be doing the following TRX Exercises in this TRX HIIT workout video: 1. (3) TRX Tuck Jumps/ (3) TRX Lunges Kicks (Right) 2. (3) TRX Press/ (2) Lunges (Right) 3. (3) TRX Tuck Jumps/ (3) TRX Lunges Kicks (Left) 4. (3) TRX Press/ (2) Lunges (Left) 5. TRX Low Rows/ TRX Squat Jump to Rows 50/50 6. TRX Muscle Ups/ TRX Skaters 50/50 7. TRX Pendulum Push Ups 8. TRX Muscle Ups/ TRX Squat Hump to Rows 50/50 9. TRX Press/ Lunge Kicks (Right) 10. TRX Press/ Lunge Kicks (Left) Both circuits 1 and 2 will the same TRX exercises. Be sure to check out the TRX training program part 1: https://ift.tt/2DMUavs And other TRX workouts the TRX Training program part II Below: TRX Upper Body Workout (Day 1). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/TMklpTKb4Lk TRX Leg Workout (Day 2). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/E2jwqzcd4tU TRX Cardio HIIT Workout (Day 3). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/YEkKyIzv9TQ TRX Total Body Workout (Day 4). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/yzag1it-6y4 TRX Core/ HIIT Workout (Day 5). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/Ehed9HRWVGY TRX Upper Body Workout (Day 6). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/7tNIgO87348 TRX Leg Workout (Day 7). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/mQ6LKgWmWh8 TRX Cardio HIIT Workout (Day 8). TRX Training Program II https://youtu.be/MHbbJT5hAtU TRX Total Body Boot Camp workout (Day 9) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/QdBtByzudbg TRX Abs/HIIT workout (Day 10) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/etUblPJ37tw TRX Upper Body workout (Day 11) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/B-CV6T5oNaM TRX Leg workout (Day 12) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/b6y8DceFf7w TRX Cardio/HIIT workout (Day 13) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/DRceYgutBH0 TRX Total Body boot camp workout (Day 14) with FDMX. TRX training Program II https://youtu.be/MWNFB3i2oWM TRX Leg Chest Workout II https://youtu.be/ehgyVoeIrDw TRX Back and Leg Workout II https://youtu.be/Rke1VHjZRVQ TRX Arm and Shoulder workout https://youtu.be/lvlnqyMTXeg TRX HIIT Day 20 Training Program https://youtu.be/darA0rBKI4s


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