Product Information

This eight-hour course teaches Rip Training fundamentals and beyond. Learn to progress and regress Rip Training movements for clients of all levels. Participants also learn how to use the Rip Trainer to deliver a dynamic total-body workout so they can integrate it into client training programs.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

Course Materials: All participants will receive a link to download digital copy of the Rip Training Course in their confirmation email. Participants will also have an option* to purchase a printed copy for $60 during registration. These course manuals are permanently excluded from site-wide sales. 

*Printed copy of the course ships within 3 business days & are considered final sale. No refunds will be provided, even if course is cancelled for any unforeseen reason.

Pre-Requisites: There are no prerequisites to take this TRX Professional Education Course. Continuing Education Credits (CECs) will only be applied to certified fitness professionals.

Course Agenda: Click here to learn more. 

Continuing Education Credits (CECS) AND Course Qualification:
Upon completion of a TRX Rip Training Course, you will be a TRX Qualified Trainer. You will receive an electronic version of your TRX Qualification, which can be printed for your records and redeemed for CECs. The provider number and number of credits can be found on your Qualification and redeemed on the provider’s website.

RTC Graduates will receive CECs from the following organizations: ACE 0.8, AFAA 7.0, Canfitpro 4.0, Fitness Australia 7.0, NASM 0.8, PTA Global 7.0, and SkillsActive REPS 8.0

NSCA certificants MAY report CEUs for attendance in accordance with NSCA recertification policies and procedures. Please reach out directly to NSCA to confirm.

PRODUCT DISCOUNTS: Course attendees can purchase TRX products for a special price after the course.

Reviews

  18 Reviews
This course and equipment will be a great addition to my toolbox as a trainer and TRX Group Fitness Instructor.
Read More
Excellent course teaching fundamentals and proper usage of the TRX RIP Trainer (RT). All courses are grounded in the foundational principles of proper alignment, form, technique, and proximal stability before distal mobility. The RT is an excellent complement to the TRX Suspension Trainer (ST). In general, the RT focuses on asymmetrical loading, rotational power, accuracy, and metabolic fatigue. The ST focuses on symmetrical loading, instability, balance, coordination, and ROM. Of course, this is in general, as aspects of both RT & ST can certainly be applied to each other. In summary, the key here is "rotational power", which all sports demand.
Read More
The Rip Trainer Course was amazing. I got a new perspective on training and a new tool to enhance my athletes performance. Thanks TRX.
Read More
The TRX RIP TRAINER COURSE was a great course. Learning and Understanding how valuable rotational training can be to the core. Our core is the foundation for just about every movement. Our instructor explained each movement and zones. Helping us make any adjustments necessary to ensure we used proper form. In turn gave us the tools to queue and instruct others as a coach. I am excited to use my teaching and this TRX RIP Trainer as a tool in my facility. Great Course and would highly recommend it for your educational journey
Read More
So since i been inlove with TRX Suspension I had to preorder the Rip Trainer and been using it ever since. Well flash forward to about 2 weeks ago and Danny Barlet from Metfitpro over here in Middle East came from Dubai had his Group TRX certification class loved it so as instructor knew what to expect, but during the class i found i had only been using 10 percent of what the Rip Trainer could do and ever since my classes have had an even more love hate relationship with me. I am military and teach TRX suspension and Rip trainer on base so my clients are Navy Seals to house wives. and they all love it. Keep making great courses so i keep learning more. thanks alot i was blown away on what i learned on the angles and uses so many just like the trx suspension.
Read More
1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Sign up for the TRX Newsletter

Jump to Top