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This leg workout using TRX bands will strengthen and tone your legs

This leg workout from Barbi Viragh at London boutique gym Opus Fitness shows us how to work out our legs with TRX – scroll down for more TRX circuits for back, glutes and arms

If you’re looking for a new workout routine, give TRX a try. TRX is a form of suspension training that aims to improve strength, flexibility, balance and stability, using your body weight and gravity.

You can include TRX in your leg workout this week to get more effective results from your time at the gym. Barbi from OPUS gym shows us how TRX can challenge your usual workout and improve your legs.

Watch the YouTube video down below or read on to find out.

Circuit one 

  1. Sprint starts left leg – 60 seconds

2. Sprint starts right leg – 60 seconds

3. Squat jacks – 90 seconds

Rest 60 seconds and repeat once more

Circuit two

  1. Bulgarian split squats left leg – 60 seconds

2. Single leg burpees left leg – 20 reps

3. Lateral Squats left leg – 60 seconds

Rest 60 seconds and repeat once more

Circuit three

  1. Bulgarian split squats right leg – 60 seconds

2. Single leg burpees right leg – 20 reps

3. Lateral Squats left right – 60 seconds

Rest 60 seconds and repeat once more

More from Healthista’s TRX workout series:

Glute workout

Arm workout

Back workout

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Barbi Viragh is a personal trainer and class trainer, and is also the head of group classes at OPUS gym.

She is a firm believer in the positive effects of fitness on health and wellbeing, her sessions are delivered with a focus on building strength and a positive mental attitude.

You can book a class with her at opusfitness.co.uk

 

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