is TRX training valuable?
I have been putting together an outdoor workout area.
It's stuff that I have to be able to move into a smallish closet when my sister returns, so no racks or benches.
I've changed to an unconventional workout, where I do heavy legs at the gym, and a bunch of random, lighter stuff for upper body. I am trying to shift my mass from top to bottom, while remaining strong on top. Would a TRX system be useful for this? Do any of you do TRX training? In particular I am interested in dip type motions and reverse row motions.
It seems overpriced for what it is, but I am guessing I can find something cheap on ebay or craig's list.