TRX FORCE 4+

TRX

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 770 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

This is the ultra-enhanced digital version of the comprehensive, 12-week TRX Tactical Conditioning Program used in all branches of the US Military and by athletes of all levels to get the most out of their training. Featuring an extensive, indexed exercise video library, a randomized workout selector, benchmark tests, optimized countdown timers and agility and conditioning drills, the TRX FORCE Super App will push you beyond your limits to get you fit for whatever mission you face in your line of duty—or life. The Super App now features an additional four-week pull-up program and integrated timers that adjust to the volume of your music, so you’ll never lose track of your workout.

The TRX FORCE Super App contains the most comprehensive and effective tactical strength and conditioning program ever created. To develop the TRX FORCE Super App, we leveraged learnings from our direct work with thousands of service members in every branch of service and the most recent, cutting-edge science and research published on the application of functional training for tactical athletes.

The TRX Tactical Training Program at the Super App’s core provides a robust training solution for anyone at any fitness level ready to take on a serious challenge and experience serious results.

Please consult with a physician before starting this or any exercise program. Your participation is at your own risk. Your use of this mobile application shall be considered your acceptance of Fitness Anywhere LLC’s Terms of Use, which can be seen here: http://www.trxtraining.com/terms-of-use

What’s New

Version 1.6.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Choose between the original workout flow where you manually progress from exercise to exercise, or Auto-Advance where the workouts come to life (for both the 12 Week Program and the Pull-up Program).

Auto-Advance Mode:
• Each workout has timed sets for each exercise with rest and transition time built in. For rep-based movements you manually advance once the reps are completed.

In your settings, you can adjust:
• the amount of time per exercise
• the amount of time between each exercise
• the amount of extra time for transitions between standing to floor, or vice versa, movements

Fixes issues with video playback.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
770 Ratings

770 Ratings

Mamba ,

Worked better before update

I loved this app and planned on writing a glowing review... until the update. The recent update removed the expectation for each exercise (e.g. 45 seconds or 10 reps each leg) - it is now all based on time, which only becomes apparent if you “begin workout” and severely limits self-pacing. Also, the videos won’t load at all. I work out at a gym without WiFi or phone coverage, so I’m sure that has something to do with it, but the new design really hurts the whole interaction. I have even tried loading the videos at home with WiFi and the program appears to try to load it but won’t. Bottom line - you broke an awesome app that’s pretty expensive. Please fix!

Iplayalotof risk ,

It’s just OK

The app does not seem to fit the price point that this system goes for. The app is lazy. Improvements needed: 1.) The length settings needs to be associated to the exercise on the work out page. The fact that you have to stop, pickup your phone, click the exercise to get to the adjustment and position is ridiculous. Give us a letter or an abbreviation or even a color system to go off of for adjustments. They need to be quick and efficient and right now it’s clunky. 2.) This is targeted towards military personnel? So me being in the Army there have been plenty of times when I was not allowed to have my phone, yet they no longer offer a hard copy of the work outs? I would at least like to see a printable PDF by week offered in references on the app. 3.) I would like to see the auto progression have an animation for each of the movements. Again this goes back to my previous statement. You should just be able to set your phone up, press do workout and everything you need to see should be on one screen, no clicking or scrolling just a one pager where the info is presented. In closing this whole app needs an overhaul. Does it get the job done? Yes. Could it be more efficient in the way information is presented? Yes? Is the app lazy compared to other workout apps? Yes. Does it need a redesign for the price ? Absolutely!

Bronco 1976 ,

Nothing to complain

This app is very clear and helpful for beginners....everything will be explained step by step to prevent faulty moves... Don't expect that the app will train for you. However it gives you an idea, what you're able to do with your body, without using a gym. I always looking for plans for training which are relatively usable for a daylong workout or a lunch break...and here it is... Easy to setup the try and just push a button on your phone...thank you trx guys for that app... B.t.w. Very friendly customer support!!!

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