TRX PRO Suspension Training Kit

Looks great.

Looks great.

After several years of use & abuse, it was finally time to say goodbye to my suspension trainer on the weekend (although a friend of mine now has it, so I'll no doubt be seeing it again). Time to do a little shopping.

It'll probably get replaced with something like this - the TRX PRO Suspension Training Kit. Nice and solid.

Out of interest, what does everyone else here use?

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