The L.O.V.E. workout helps couples meet their fitness match this Valentine’s Day

The L.O.V.E. workout helps couples meet their fitness match this Valentine’s Day

Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and whether you want to look great for that special someone or for a cheeky night out with the girls, the TRX Valentines workout will get you body beautiful with the one you love or help you work your magic on someone new.

Being comfortable in a relationship can lead to piling on the pounds, but scientists at University College London recently looked at 3,722 couples and found that those who get healthy together are more likely to be successful.

The TRX Suspension Trainer which uses your own bodyweight as the resistance to train, has been recognised as one of the world’s most popular fitness trends for 2015 and is a great alternative way to get hot and sweaty with your partner. You’ll also discover whether you’re a couple who like to work in tandem, or whether you prefer a fight for dominance ‘50-shades-of-grey’ style.

The TRX Valentines LOVE Workout video features a series of exercises that will ensure couples keep exercising passionately together. Thirty minutes, 3 times a week with this workout and you’ll help prepare that summer body, keep unwanted winter pounds at bay and ensure love is in the air this Valentines.

L. TRX Lunge

L is for…. Lunge. A must exercise for improving lower body strength, balance and all important endurance. A great test to see who has the better staying power…

  • Set your TRX straps at full length and face away from the anchor point
  • With your left foot in the foot cradle and your right foot out in front, drop down and bend the knee 90 degrees into a deep lunge
  • Return to your standing position, or to work it harder add in a jump
  • Repeat 14 times

O. TRX Overhead Squat

O is for….. Overhead Squat. Perfect for activating your entire core, strengthening and toning your thighs whilst getting a backside to rival Nicki Minaj.

  • Set your TRX Straps at mid-length and face the anchor point
  • Raise both arms above your head with your fists clenched towards the anchor point and the straps tight
  • Squat down ensuring you keep your chest up, back straight and your abdominals and gluteal tensed
  • Repeat 14 times

V. TRX V Sit-up

V is for…. V Sit-Up. Not only will this work your core but also your hamstrings as you push downwards through your heels. If you want killer abs of steel make this exercise your new best friend.

  • Set your TRX straps to mid-calf length and lay down on the floor to get your heels in place, facing the anchor point
  • Lay flat on the floor and raise your hands straight out in front of you, with your heels pressed down into the foot cradles
  • Activate the abdominals and crunch forwards to create a “V” shape
  • Repeat 14 times

E. TRX Elevated Hip Press

E is for…. Elevated Hip Press. Ideal for strengthening and toning the backs of your legs, toning the booty and lower back, whilst keeping your entire core feeling the heat in one movement.

  • Set your TRX straps at the shortest length and lay on your back with your heels in the foot cradles facing towards the anchor point
  • Lay on your back with your knees stacked over your hips at a 90 degree angle
  • Drive your hips as high as you can, squeezing your abdominals, gluteal and working your hamstrings and back down
  • To work yourself further lift your hands off the ground out in front of you
  • Repeat 14 times

For more information on TRX please visit www.trxtraining.com/uk, where you can find out more about product, education and programming across all TRX products.

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