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TRX Announces TRX for Employee Wellbeing

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TRX, a leader in functional training products and content, has launched TRX for Employee Wellbeing. This program expands the TRX footprint into the corporate wellness market allowing companies of all sizes to provide their employees with subsidized membership to the TRX Training Club, which includes access to hundreds of virtual fitness classes and a TRX Suspension Trainer for each employee at a low monthly fee.

Whether employees are working from home, in the office, or traveling for business, the TRX Suspension Trainer acts like a portable gym weighing less than two pounds, fitting into carry-on luggage, and easily anchored over almost any door, allowing for hundreds of moves and workouts including strength, cardio, yoga, Pilates, and recovery. Its unique design is naturally suited to meet the evolving needs of today’s workforce by fitting into any space, being highly packable, and extremely versatile. 

The TRX Training Club, a state-of-the-art virtual training platform, provides employees with a full gym experience. Thanks to its broad offering of unlimited on-demand workouts and TRX LIVE streaming classes, every employee can move at any time and in a way that fits their schedule and lifestyle.

“What we are seeing is a profound increase in mental and occupational—sitting—health challenges within today’s workforces, especially with the increase in remote working,” says Brent Leffel, chairman and CEO of TRX. “Companies are running fast to find a solution that can actually help solve the problem. Many of these companies started approaching us as the leader in functional movement, because we are uniquely positioned, given the versatility of the Suspension Trainer, which can be anchored and used anywhere, and knowing that our new digital-training experience makes moving better accessible to everyone.”  

To best serve the needs of a widely diversified workforce with varying fitness backgrounds, TRX also offers an extensive library of bodyweight-only workouts that don’t require a Suspension Trainer or other equipment to give employees a range of options. 

TRX first launched its employee wellbeing program with a trusted group of partner companies. These founding companies have helped to develop the employee experience, cultivating community and engagement, in addition to supporting HR teams with tools to manage and measure their program.  

TRX Training Club classes and workouts are specifically programmed to counteract the inevitable physical strain of our lifestyles, from sitting and poor posture to travel and on-the-go lifestyles that can wear on joints and muscle groups.  At the same time, the company believes investing in wellbeing should be fun—the interactive nature of TRX Training Club allows for a motivating and entertaining experience that is a way to foster community and engagement among teams. 

About The Author
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Julie is the co-founder of Well Defined and a longtime influencer and advocate in the wellness world. Along with her work at Well Defined, she is an executive recruiter and marketing specialist for Hutchinson Consulting. She is also a consultant and content strategist for numerous wellness brands. She is the former editor-in-chief and publisher of American Spa and was named a 2019 Folio Top Woman in Media in the Industry Trailblazers category and a 2018 winner of ISPA’s Innovate Award. She is also a seasoned journalist, specializing in spa, travel, health, fitness, wellness, sustainability, and beauty. She has been published in Departures, ForbesTraveler.com, E! Online, Gayot.com, Insider’s Guide to Spas, Luxury Travel Advisor, Marin Magazine, Ocean Home, Smart Meetings, Spa Asia, and Travel Agent.