The RIP trainer is incredibly powerful and when used correctly can be a really useful piece of equipment to get a full body workout, strong abs and build strength.
Starting from the beginning – What is a RIP trainer?
Scientifically speaking, it’s a band-based bodyweight training system invented by U.S. Navy Seal Randy Hetrick. Like the Suspension kit, the Rip Trainer is uniquely portable, utilizing a lightweight resistance cord system and secure anchor points in your home, office and gym.
What makes it brilliant?
Set-up takes a matter of seconds, and you’re ready for a fully customisable, full-body workout, including natural rotational movements and variable, unbalanced loading options.
ESSENTIAL TOOL FOR STRENGTHENING YOUR CORE
Develop a powerful and rock-solid mid-section with this incredibly versatile tool.
DELIVERS FAST & EFFECTIVE TRAINING RESULTS
Get a full-body workout with just one, easy to set up piece of equipment.
BURN CALORIES & INCREASE CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE
Get fast, fun, effective workouts and develop rotational strength that mirrors the way you move in sports and in life.
What’s in the box?
- The Rip Trainer Handle
- Medium Resistance Cord offering a challenging 20 LBS of resistance.
- Safety Strap to prevent a loss of the baton during training.
- Door Anchor with nylon webbing loop. Connects to Rip Trainer Cord for use in any room with a solid, sturdy door.
- Instructional Guide for set-up and suggested workouts
- Carrying Bag to keep the whole kit together.
Can anyone use it?
It’s the ultimate tool for any athlete who wants to generate rotational power (and spine health) for bat, club or racquet sports while rounding out their strength training. As for the non-athlete—build long, lean muscles and ramp up your cardiovascular endurance in unparalleled ways—all with a simple design that weighs just a few pounds and goes anywhere you go.
What our customers are saying:
''Three great things about the Rip trainer. 1) It really provides a great workout, especially for core and lateral twisting and balance. I use mine with an Indo balance board as a paddle board simulator and it works great. 2) Very compact. Store it in a corner or under a sofa. All you need is something solid to attach it to like a hook in a wall stud. 3) Very well made. It's not just an expensive bungee cord that would wear through quickly and snap with the repeated major pressure and release an exercise session involves, but a well-designed integrated and rugged unit that will last for a very long time.'' - Adam
Where can I get one?
Blue Fitness is a distributor of TRX and currently has the RIP in stock. To get your hands on one, follow this link here.