It should come to you as no surprise that I love the TRX. I've talked about it several times, most recently when I nearly passed out while using it in 90 degree weather with 489% humidity.
I am also part of the TRX affiliate program. Admittedly, I receive a commission if you click on my TRX affiliate link and buy any of their products through that link. However, I'm not one to slap ads all over my blog just because I'm trying to make some moolah. That's not why I blog, but it is nice when I make a sale and I can offset some of the expense of managing my websites.
I advertise TRX's products because I love them. Plain and simple. I use the TRX a minimum of once per week in my real life, and I believe in TRX's products. My Gazelle loves the TRX so much that he took a class to learn how to effectively teach people how to use the TRX, and he is now gearing up to do his first TRX Bootcamp next month.
We're definitely a 'TRX family', and part of the draw for us is the TRX Suspension Trainer is something that both of us can use. We now have 4 suspension trainers (so that he can train multiple people at once), and we are both able to work out together, adjusting the intensity based upon our own level of strength and conditioning.
I'm excited because tonight is our weekly TRX workout, and our friend James will again be joining us for the second week. He loves it too!
I've received a lot of positive feedback on my TRX posts, and I realized that many of the people who leave comments mention that they would love to try a TRX Suspension Trainer, but haven't had an opportunity. My guess is that due to the cost of a TRX Trainer (prices start around $190), people are afraid to make the initial investment just in case they don't enjoy using it.
(cue my eternal need to be a middle child and help everyone)
I want to be a middle child and help you.
I'm going out on a limb here, and I might end up losing $200 in the process, but that's sort of how I roll.
I want you to be able to try a TRX Suspension Trainer without the initial $200 investment, just in case you hate it. Now, keep in mind that I'm working on the honor system here, and I know that there are snaky people in the world, but I'm just going to throw caution to the wind.
You can try out a TRX Suspension trainer for 30 days, and you will only pay as much as it costs you to ship it back to me after your 30 days is up. If you buy a TRX Suspension Trainer through my link after you return the one you borrowed, I'll even refund that cost back to you via Paypal. Just send me a copy of your TRX store receipt, a copy of the receipt for returning my TRX, and your Paypal address, and I'll show you the money.
- You must be a real person living in the United States or Canada.
- You must have your own blog that you regularly write on.
- You must commit to use the TRX regularly as part of your current workout routine.
- You must commit to blog about your experience A MINIMUM of once per week for 4 weeks (sending me the weekly link to the post), AND be willing to have your experience posted (or linked to) on Jogger's Life.
- You must commit to link back to www.joggerslife.com in your blog posts.
- You must return all of the equipment after 30 days.
- If you decide that you want to buy a TRX Suspension trainer after your 30 day trial, purchase through my affiliate link: http://cot.ag/atdAVU
- You must NOT already own or have access to a TRX Suspension Trainer.
Are you up to the challenge?
Contact me with the following info:
The form will require that you provide your Name and Address, then please copy and paste the following into the Contact Form with your information added:
Current Fitness Routine:
Tell Me a Little Bit About You (excerpts of this may be used on the JL website):
Obviously, this program and the requirements that I've laid out are going to be on the honor system. I'm not going to crucify you if you don't follow all of the rules (save the one about returning the equipment), but I will be linking to your weekly posts, so everyone will know if you're not doing your thing. No pressure.
Obviously, if you want to buy your own TRX, I'll make a small commission on it. Like I said, that commission will help to offset my costs, but it is not the main objective. I just want you to be able to step outside of your fitness "box", and go out on a limb of your own.
It's fun out here on the limb. Join me.